Pitta LLP

Pitta LLP is a law firm located in New York, New York, with a practice dedicated to employment, employee benefits and labor law. Representing unions for more than 40 years, we serve workers in a wide variety of matters involving employment and labor disputes in New York and New Jersey.

Our skilled group of attorneys pride themselves on providing the best possible guidance and advice to employees and union workers on employment-related matters. We are committed to crafting practical and cost-efficient solutions to employment-related issues and helping to prevent issues before they arise. We are also experienced courtroom litigators.

We have experience with a broad range of matters, including collective bargaining, election and governance of union members, government audits, government investigations, grievances, unfair labor practices, union investigations and more. We represent employees in proceedings before the New York City Office of Labor Relations, the New York City Office of Collective Bargaining and the New York State Department of Labor Employment Relations Board.

Our attorneys have also appeared before venues, including the New York City Commission on Human Rights, the New York State Public Employment Relations Board, the New York State Division of Human Rights, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration.     

We have offices located in New York City, Albany and Staten Island, which allows us to serve a broad range of clients throughout the region. In addition, we have a strong relationship with a consulting and government relations firm that provides guidance regarding business development, community involvement, conflict management, election matters and lobbying.

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