Arnold H. PedowitzPedowitz & Meister LLP
Arnold H. Pedowitz
is a member of the Council governing the ABA's Section of Labor and Employment Law. He has also been named a Super Lawyer for the years 2006 - 2010 as selected by the publisher of Law & Politics. He is a founding member of Pedowitz & Meister, LLP in Manhattan and represents individuals and enlightened management in employment and other matters. Arnie is a Fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers and a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. Mr. Pedowitz is an adjunct professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, where he teaches pretrial practice. Arnie is a former Plaintiff Co-Chair of the ABA's Employment Rights and Responsibilities Committee. He is a former Board member of the National Employment Lawyers Association and also of its New York affiliate. Publications include: Associate Editor, Covenants Not To Compete, A State by State Survey and its annual updates; Associate Editor, Trade Secrets, A State by State Survey and its annual updates; Associate Editor, Employee Duty of Loyalty, A State by State Survey and its annual updates; Associate Editor, Tortious Interference in the Employment Context, A State by State Survey and its annual updates; and Senior Editor, Employment Termination Rights and Remedies , 2003 Supplement. Mr. Pedowitz is Co-Chair and lecturer for the Law Education Institute, Labor and Employment Law program run by the Colorado Bar Association in Vail, Colorado. Recent Presentations: In September 2009 he presented on the effects of the economic downturn for employment law to the New York County Lawyers Association, in November he presented on considerations when selecting arbitrators before the New York State Bar Association, in December he participated as a panelist in a national teleconference on severance agreements, in January 2010 he presented on noncompete agreements for the Law Education Institute, in February he presented on recent developments in arbitration law for the ABA's Alternate Dispute Resolution Committee, and in March he presented on significant issues in employment law for the ABA's Employment Rights and Responsibilities Committee. Degrees: LLM (Labor Law) 1977 - New York University School of Law JD 1971 - Boston University School of Law, BA 1967 - University of Wisconsin.