Bob Weisman is senior counsel in the Labor and Employment Group. He frequently lectures in the areas of labor, employment and workers’ compensation, and has written articles on how arbitration works, subcontracting in the public sector as well as the concept of alter ego under the National Labor Relations Act. He has testified before Congress regarding labor and employment legislation.

Prior to graduation from law school, Bob clerked for two labor arbitrators. Upon graduation, he was a Field Attorney with the National Labor Relations Board.
Firm Publications
Published In
  • “LEL Hot Topic | AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion et ux.,” Contributing Author, American Bar Association, ADR in Labor and Employment Law, May 2011
  • “How Arbitration Works,” 6th Ed., 2008 Supplement, Contributing Editor, American Bar Association, Section of Labor & Employment Law and BNA Books, 2008
  • "Sour Grapes Turn Into Great Wine," Reflections on Life and the Law: Wit and Wisdom from Columbus Bar Association Attorneys, 2006
  • "NHL Lockout Poses Dilemma for Those on Inside, Outside," Business First, December 3, 2004
  • "Dealing With a Union When Layoffs Become an Economic Reality," In Command, The Ohio Fire Chiefs’ Association, March/ April 2004
  • "Labor Unions Attempting Comeback in New Economy," Business First, October 10, 2003
  • "Employers, Staff Must Take Heed of Military Leave Laws," Business First, June 7, 2002
  • "Subcontracting In The Public Sector," The Labor Law Journal
  • "Whose Ego Is It, Anyway?," University of Toledo Law Review Journal
  • "Aftershocks of Terrorism Not Stopping For Employers," Business First, November 2, 2001
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