24 / Mario R. Bordogna

On June 11, 2012, in , by John Sumser

Rank » 24th Mario Bordogna represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment law in both state and federal courts, concentrating the practice in West Virginia and Pennsylvania in the areas of employment litigation (class discrimination, wrongful discharge, sexual harassment); HR and employment counseling (hiring, firing, leave issues, employment handbooks and policy development); workers’ compensation (litigation and counseling); labor–management relations (collective bargaining, grievances, union avoidance, arbitration), and general litigation. He also manages and coordinates content as well as contributes to the firm’s labor and employment blog, Employment

Current Job(s):
  • Member at Steptoe & Johnson PLLC
  • Attorney at Strokoff & Cowden, P.C.
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