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Robert J. Guidotti

Associate
New York Metro
White Plains

P 914-872-6878
F 914-946-1216
Robert.Guidotti@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Robert J. Guidotti is an Associate in the White Plains, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He counsels employers of varying sizes and industries in a wide range of labor and employment matters, including union grievances, representational campaigns, NLRB trials and other traditional labor matters.

Mr. Guidotti also assists and counsels organizations on items such as wage and hour audits, discrimination claims, employee handbook policies and other preventive strategies.

While attending law school, he served as a senior staff member with the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review.

Professional Associations and Activities

  • Westchester County Human Rights Commission 2013 Draft Rules and Regulations Committee

Published Works

  • “Putting the Brakes on Ride-Through in the Ninth Circuit,” 2 ST. JOHN’S BANKR. RESEARCH LIBR. NO. 13 (2010), posted to: ABI Bankruptcy Case Blog, (May 10, 2010)

See AllBlog Posts by Robert J. Guidotti

Employers Take Note: Americans’ Approval of Unions Continues to Grow
September 9, 2019

According to a recent Gallup poll, almost two-thirds of Americans approve of labor unions. After reaching an all-time low of 48% in 2009, approval of labor unions has increased steadily to 64%. This increase crosses political party lines. According to the Gallup poll, 82% of Democrats approve of unions. Read More

Union’s Goal: 100,000 New Members by 2024
August 20, 2019

UNITE HERE hopes to increase its membership by one-third, to 400,000 members, by 2024, according to Bloomberg Law. UNITE HERE represents employees in the hotel, gaming, food service, airport, textile, manufacturing, distribution, laundry, transport, and other industries. Read More

NLRB’s Budget Slashed: What Could It Mean To Your Business?
May 26, 2017

President Donald Trump has released a budget proposal reducing the National Labor Relations Board’s funding in fiscal year 2018 by nearly six percent. It also calls for significant staff reductions at a time when the agency’s caseload is projected to increase. Read More