RONALD MICHAEL GREEN
RONALD MICHAEL GREEN is a member of Epstein Becker & Green, P.C., a law firm with offices in New York, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Stamford, Boston, Newark, and Atlanta, and affiliations with firms in Mexico, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, England, France, Germany, Japan and Canada.He is an accomplished trial attorney of national reputation and is actively engaged in the private practice of labor law on behalf of multinational and domestic corporations.Mr. Green is also on the Labor Panel of Arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association and the American Bar Association’s Committee on Equal Employment Law and Its Impact on Collective Bargaining.
Selected as one of the Outstanding Young Men of America, Mr. Green is a native of New York City and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from New York University School of Commerce.He graduated from Brooklyn Law School with a Juris Doctor degree in 1968, having served on the Law Review and participated in the Honors Program.He also earned an LL.M degree in Labor Law from the George Washington University School of Law and pursued his Ph.D Studies in economics at the University of Cincinnati.
Mr. Green served in the United States Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps as a war crimes prosecutor, serving as a member of the My Lai prosecution team.Upon his release from active duty, he joined the United StatesDepartment of Labor in Washington, D.C. While serving as the Department of Labor’s Associate Solicitor of Labor for Labor Relations and Civil Rights, Mr. Green was counsel for the Department’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs and was among the authors of that agency’s Regulations, including what is now popularly known as Revised Order No. 4. While serving with the Department of Labor, Mr. Green was also involved in the settlement of the landmark AT&T case and the Steel Industry Consent Decree.
Mr. Green is on the adjunct faculty of the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, where he teaches courses in labor law and equal employment law and policy.He has been a consultant to the United States Secretary of Labor and the American Arbitration Association.Mr. Green has lectured extensively throughout the United States on behalf of public and private institutions, trade associations and corporations.
Mr. Green has authored various publications, including Negligent Hiring, Fraud, Defamation and Other Emerging Areas of Employment Liability, published by the Bureau of National Affairs; An Executive’s Guide to Equal Employment Opportunity Compliance, published by Hill & Knowlton; The Equal Employment Compliance Manual — A Systematic Approach to Effective Management Practice, published by Callaghan & Company; Laws and Regulations Impacting on the Banking Industry, published by the American Bankers Association; Age Discrimination in the Workforce and Its Implications, published by the Industrial Relations Centre, McGill University; and Personal Liability of Corporate Officials Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964:A Doctrine Still in the Formative Stages, published by the Suffolk Academy of Law. Mr. Green has also co-authored the Employer’s Guide to Workplace Torts, published by the Bureau of National Affairs.