Labor and Employment Attorney Charles H. Kaplan Joins Hodgson Russ

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Hodgson Russ Press Release

Hodgson Russ is pleased to announce that Charles H. Kaplan has joined the firm as a Partner in its Labor and Employment Practice, resident in the New York City office.

For more than 40 years, Charlie has counseled employers, in the New York City metropolitan area and throughout the United States, concerning the law of the workplace. He has represented management in federal and state trial and appellate courts, before the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Labor Relations Board, and other federal and state agencies, as well as in arbitrations and mediations. Charlie has also advised companies on labor and employment law issues in mergers, acquisitions, and bankruptcies.

“Charlie brings decades of expertise, deep rooted knowledge, and a broad range of exceptional competencies to Hodgson Russ,” says Joseph Braccio, Labor and Employment Practice Leader at the firm. “His addition to the firm fortifies our labor and employment practice and our ability to continue to provide superior legal services to our clients.”

Hodgson Russ attorneys facilitate the U.S. legal aspects of transactions around the world. The Firm practices in several significant areas of law and uses multidisciplinary work teams to serve the specific, often complex, needs of clients, which include public and privately held businesses, governmental entities, nonprofit institutions, and individuals. Hodgson Russ has offices in Albany, Buffalo, New York City, Palm Beach, Saratoga Springs and Toronto. To learn more, visit

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