DAN ROSE ELECTED TO THE PRESTIGIOUS COLLEGE OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAWYERS
June 16, 2011
Washington, D.C. June 16, 2011. The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers is proud to announce the election of Daniel J. Rose of Drummond Woodsum as a newly-elected Fellow. Election as a Fellow is the highest recognition by one's colleagues of sustained outstanding performance in the profession, exemplifying integrity, dedication and excellence.
When Dan is installed as a Fellow in Seattle this November, he'll join Harry Pringle, Drummond Woodsum's Managing Director, who was inducted into the College a number of years ago, and eleven hundred others in forty-three states, the District of Columbia and Canada.
You may know Dan as a mean guitar player or clever song-writer, but he's also co-chair of the firm's Labor and Employment Group. Dan is listed in Best Lawyers in America in the category of Labor and Employment Law, Chambers & Partners USA Guide, an independent guide to the top lawyers in the United States, in the category of Employment Law, and in the Corporate Counsel Edition of Super Lawyers in the category of Employment and Labor Law. His practice focuses on the representation of private and public entities in employment and labor matters including compliance with discrimination laws, wrongful discharge, wage/hour issues, workers' compensation discrimination, litigation and negotiations. He is active in representing employers before various federal and state agencies, including the Maine Human Rights Commission, the Unemployment Compensation Commission, and the Maine Labor Relations Board, as well as in arbitration and employment law trials in both federal and state courts.
In addition to representing private sector employers and Indian tribes nationally, Dan represents school districts and other public entities throughout the State of Maine on a full range of legal matters. He is editor of "Litigating the Employment Tort Case," published by the American Bar Association.
Dan has presented on employment topics nationally and throughout the State of Maine as well as provided seminars for individual clients. He is a co-author of Maine School Law (Fourth Edition) and Significant Cases in Maine School Law (Second Edition), and has served as an instructor for school law courses offered by the University of New England and the University of Southern Maine.