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White and Williams' Presence Grows in New England with the Return of Labor and Employment Lawyer

March 18, 2013

Michael Kraemer, a veteran Labor and Employment lawyer has returned to White and Williams. He will reside in the firm’s Boston, Massachusetts office, which opened in 2009.

“Michael’s experience handling labor and employment matters adds depth and diversity to the existing services offered by our lawyers in Boston,” said Guy Cellucci, Managing Partner of the firm. “Expanding our New England presence with home grown talent is a smart business decision.”

Nancy Conrad, Chair of the Labor and Employment Group adds, “We are excited to have Michael return to our group. His presence in Boston will enable us to better assist clients in New England with their labor and employment matters.”

Kraemer’s practice is focused on labor and employment, representing business, governmental, and not-for-profit employers in all phases of labor and employment law matters. His practice includes representing employers in collective bargaining, union avoidance, matters before the NLRB, labor arbitrations, all aspects of EEO, ADEA, LMRA, ADA, FLSA, ERISA, wrongful discharge litigation and compliance, employment contracts, and non-compete litigation.

Kraemer is a frequent speaker at industry-related events discussing a variety of issues including NLRB, FLSA, sexual harassment and labor agreements. Prior to returning to White and Williams, Kraemer was a partner at Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP. Kraemer was a partner in White and Williams’ Philadelphia office from 1985 to 2002, where he established and chaired the firm's Labor and Employment Group. 

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