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Heritage Registry of Who’s Who Recognizes Ronald Michael Green, Esq.

New York, NY  WW/ Press/August 25, 2016 –Ronald Michael Green, Partner, with Epstein Becker & Green, was selected for inclusion in the forthcoming 2012-2013 edition of The Heritage Registry of Who’s Who.

The accomplishments and achievements attained by Mr. Ronald Michael Green, in the field of Labor and Employment Litigation, with Epstein Becker & Green, warrants his inclusion into The Heritage Registry of Who’s Who.  Mr. Green represents multinational andRonald M. Green #4656 domestic corporations, defends corporate executives and sports and entertainment luminaries and advises on a wide variety of labor and employment matters.  The practice includes labor and employment, class action, all state and federal discrimination claims, employment litigation, international employment law, non-competes, unfair competition and trade secrets, wage and hour, individual and collective actions.  Mr. Green has represented prominent companies and individuals in a range of industries and businesses, including David Boies, the renowned litigator; Bill O’Reilly, the author and FOX television personality; the New York Knicks basketball organization; and The McGraw-Hill Companies.  He is an accomplished trial attorney of international reputation.  He led the firm’s Labor and Employment practice as it successfully continued to expand the use of global affiliations with law firms that are able to provide employment-related representation for multinational companies worldwide, including firms in Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico, as well as in China, Japan and Korea, and throughout the European Union and the United Kingdom.  Prior to becoming a Partner with Epstein Becker & Green, Mr. Green has acquired substantial labor regulatory experience while working for the U.S. Department of Labor.  As trial counsel and as civil rights counsel for the Department’s Office of Contract Compliance, and then head of the Civil Rights Division, and Associate Solicitor for that U.S. Government Agency, he helped author many of the agency’s regulations.  Mr. Green teaches courses in labor law and equal employment law and policy as a member of the adjunct faculty of the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations.  He is a member of the American Arbitration Association, National Panel of Labor Arbitrators, the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the American Jewish Congress, the Franklin Lodge of the Order of Free Masonry, and the Alumni Associations of New York University, Brooklyn Law School and The George Washington University Law School.

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