The labor-intensive construction industry is confronted with labor-related concerns on an almost daily basis. Goldberg & Connolly's Construction Law Group regularly addresses labor-law and other labor-related matters throughout the New York metropolitan region. In areas ranging from employer/employee disputes, prevailing wage counseling at the federal, New York State, and New York City levels, and more recently, union vs. "merit shop" issues, Goldberg & Connolly provides Labor Law counseling to a wide range of clients including private owners and developers, construction managers, public construction contractors, and subcontractors.

For more than five decades, Goldberg & Connolly has guided our clients through issues such as the use of dual gates during "common-situs" picketing at construction sites, the use of appropriate wage classifications, and representation at New York State Department of Labor and NYC Comptroller’s Office Public Wage Bureau hearings.

In addition, Goldberg & Connolly attorneys are active in construction industry organizations and offer ongoing labor law-related seminars for continuing education in this field. Our attorneys’ knowledge and experience enable them to work effectively with our clients to resolve labor problems when they arise. Our Managing Partner, Henry L. Goldberg, a graduate of Cornell University's School of Industry and Labor Relations (ILR), taught labor law at Cornell University’s NYC (ILR) extension and served as an Adjunct Professor at New York Institute of Technology's Center For Industrial & Labor Relations (CLIR).

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