David Broderdorf is a partner in Morgan Lewis’s labor and employment practice group. His practice focuses on private and public-sector labor/management relations, including under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and the Railway Labor Act (RLA). His matters involve union organizing campaigns; collective bargaining negotiations; work stoppages; arbitrations; National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), National Mediation Board (NMB), and Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) administrative proceedings; and related litigation. David provides strategic counseling for clients in many sectors including automotive, airlines, energy, federal government, hospitality, manufacturing, retail, and transportation.

David successfully handles some of the largest, most complex labor/management relations disputes and issues confronting employers, including their response to evolving economic, legal, and political change, as well as employee relations unrest generated by this change. He brings a passion for learning about his clients’ businesses and offering exceptional client service through creative and practical solutions.

David is a regular presenter at the ABA Railway and Airline Labor Law Committee conference, the ALI-CLE Airline/Railroad Labor & Employment Law conference, and Cornell Center for Innovative Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations events. He is a member of the firm’s automotive & mobility and retail & eCommerce industry initiatives.

David is a contributing editor of The Developing Labor Law treatise, a senior editor of the Railway Labor Act treatise, and a guest lecturer for the labor law course at Georgetown University Law Center.

David also is an avid supporter of pro bono initiatives related to small business, entrepreneurism, and economic development.