Richard L. Dorn


Dick has spent more than 40 years protecting the rights of workers. He has experience representing unions in various industries, including health care, automobile workers, brewery workers, furniture workers, and utility workers. Dick has extensive experience litigating matters concerning internal union affairs, LRMDA matters (union elections, trusteeships and union members’ rights), duty of fair representation issues, discrimination matters and contract negotiation. He has handled hundreds of cases in arbitration and before government agencies, including the NLRB and EEOC.

Quote Mark
“I have always tried to fight for Unions and employees.”

Practice Areas

  • Labor Relations
  • Arbitration
  • Litigation
  • Discrimination Matters


  • City College of New York, B.A. Degree
  • Columbia Law School, JD Degree
  • NYU School of Law, LLM in Labor Law


State Admissions

  • New York State Bar

Court Admissions

  • United States Supreme Court
  • Court of Appeals for The Second Circuit
  • Court of Appeals for The Fourth Circuit
  • Court of Appeals for The Sixth Circuit
  • Court of Appeals for The Ninth Circuit
  • United States District Courts for The Southern, Eastern and Northern Districts of New York

Outside Interests

  • Avid reader
  • Avid Theater and Music Enthusiast
  • Lover of Travel and Sports