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Keith Greenberg

Arbitrator and Mediator

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Arbitrator and Mediator

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Keith D. Greenberg is an arbitrator and mediator of private, public, and federal sector labor and employment disputes.  He is a member of the National Academy of Arbitrators.  He serves on a number of labor arbitration panels and rosters, including those maintained by the American Arbitration Association, the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, and the National Mediation Board.  Mr. Greenberg also serves on permanent labor arbitration panels, including in the federal and public sectors, and has adjudicated disputes involving EEO and unfair labor practice complaints. 

Mr. Greenberg is an experienced mediator, serving as a member of the AAA’s panel of labor mediators as well as the rosters of employment mediators for the United States Office of Congressional Workplace Rights; the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s RESOLVE internal ADR program; the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission Early ADR Mediation Panel; the Cornell University Roster of Dispute Resolution Neutrals; and as a mediator for labor and employment cases in various Maryland Circuit Courts.   

Mr. Greenberg has experience with videoconference arbitration and mediation proceedings and has served as a trainer for video arbitration and mediation programs sponsored by the National Academy of Arbitrators (NAA), the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA), and the American Bar Association’s Section of Labor and Employment Law.  He serves as the Technology Coordinator for the National Academy of Arbitrators and as a member of the NAA’s Videoconferencing Task Force. 

Mr. Greenberg serves as Neutral Co-Chair of the Webinar Committee of the ABA’s Section of Labor and Employment Law and was a member of the Section’s 2014 Leadership Development Program.  He is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation and is a Co-Chair of the Employment Committee of the ABA’s Section of Dispute Resolution.  He serves as a Director of the NAA Research and Education Foundation.  Mr. Greenberg is a member of the Philadelphia and Maryland Chapters of LERA, and currently serves as First Vice President of Maryland LERA.  He served as Co-Chair of the Steering Committee of the D.C. Bar’s Labor and Employment Law Community from 2016 to 2018 and was elected to the Community’s steering committee in 2015 and again in 2016.  In 2017, he served as President of the D.C. Chapter of the Society of Federal Labor and Employee Relations Professionals (SFLERP) following two years of service on the Chapter’s Board.  Mr. Greenberg is an active member of the National Association of Railroad Referees, and the Cornell ILR Alumni Association.  He is a member of the Cuban American Bar Association and is fluent in Spanish. 

Mr. Greenberg has spoken and presented on numerous topics, including the use of technology in labor arbitration, arbitrator ethics, attorney fees in federal sector labor arbitration, the intersection of arbitrator disclosure and social media, current developments in labor and employment arbitration, advanced topics related to the FMLA and the FLSA, workplace gaming, issues in private sector labor relations, and advocate preparation for labor arbitration hearings.  He contributes to a number of publications produced by the ABA’s Section of Labor and Employment Law, and writes frequently on labor and employment and alternative dispute resolution topics.  Mr. Greenberg co-taught a seminar on workplace ADR in the fall of 2013 at the George Washington University Law School, and has served as a guest lecturer in courses on labor relations.   

 Mr. Greenberg spent several years in practice as an attorney in New York City in the labor and employment practice group of Duane Morris LLP prior to establishing his practice as a full-time neutral in the Washington, D.C. area.  He is a graduate of the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations and of the University of Michigan Law School.

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