Ernie Orsatti joins the firm
January 27, 2014
January 27, 2014 – Pittsburgh, PA – Ernest B. Orsatti has joined the law firm Rothman Gordon. Mr. Orsatti concentrates his practice in labor and employment law in western Pennsylvania and throughout the country. He has extensive experience representing local and international unions in state and federal litigation, and representation before administrative agencies.
Mr. Orsatti has represented unions in more than 2,000 labor arbitration proceedings and provides counsel to unions on a daily basis. He also negotiates collective bargaining agreements, including national multi-employer/multi-union agreements.
A graduate of Central Catholic High School, Mr. Orsatti earned his degree in Political Science from Marquette University and his J.D. from Duquesne University Law School.
He served on active duty in the United States Army and as a part-time military lawyer in the United States Army Reserves Judge Advocate General’s Corp, ascending to the rank of lieutenant colonel.
Mr. Orsatti is an active member of the employment law section of the American Bar Association, where he serves as the chapter editor for the treatise “The Developing Labor Law.” He is also a contributing editor to the treatise “How Arbitration Works” by Elkouri & Elkouri. Mr. Orsatti is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Allegheny County Bar Association, where he serves as a member of the Professional Ethics Committee.
About Rothman Gordon
Rothman Gordon is a Pittsburgh-based law firm that has been advocating its clients’ interests since 1954. Rothman Gordon has created a suite of services for individuals, organizations, and closely-held and family businesses. Our areas of practice include alternative dispute resolution; business and corporate law; commercial real estate; business and commercial litigation; white collar criminal investigation; estate planning and administration; taxation and employee benefits; financing and commercial loans; employment and labor law; employment litigation; oil & gas for landowners; workers’ compensation; and social security disability.