Attorney, Weinberg Roger & Rosenfeld
David Rosenfeld has been practicing Union law since 1973. He has argued many important cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, the California Supreme Court, various federal and state courts of appeal and the NLRB. His book entitled “Offensive Bargaining” and the strategies he has developed have been used by Unions throughout the country as effective weapons against anti-union employers.
One of the things David likes most about being a Union lawyer is helping Union officials be more offensive, aggressive and effective in dealing with difficult employers. David has taught at Berkeley Law since 2005. He has developed and taught a seminar at Boalt entitled “Representing Low Wage Workers.” He has taught the basic Labor Law Course and developed a seminar entitled “The Law of Organizing Workers” and “Current Topics in Employment and Labor Law. He also taught at Hastings College of the Law.
He has recently co-authored a book entitled “California Workers Rights” and practitioner comments in the recently issued treatise “Labor Law Analysis and Advocacy” by Robert A. Gorman and Matthew W. Finkin published by Juris Publishing (2013).