Jerome N. Weinstein
Jerry Weinstein is one of Boston’s most experienced lawyers engaged in the practice of labor and employment law. He has represented a wide range of employers, including hospitals and other health care facilities, colleges and universities, investment and financial services firms, broadcast stations, and manufacturing, transportation, warehousing and publishing concerns. Jerry counsels clients on how to respond to union organizing campaigns, represents clients in unfair labor practice proceedings, leads their labor negotiations, handles labor arbitrations, and advises on the interpretation and application of collective bargaining agreements. He also represents clients in all manner of wage and hour, discrimination and wrongful employment claims, and provides discrete advice on individual employment problems. He has negotiated numerous employment and separation agreements on behalf of both employers and executives.
Jerry has appeared before all state and federal labor and employment agencies, including the Massachusetts Commission against Discrimination, the State Labor Relations Commission, the United States Department of Labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the National Labor Relations Board, as well as in the Massachusetts and federal district and appellate courts. When Jerry was with the government he was assigned to argue cases in federal appellate courts throughout the country.
In addition to his private practice, Jerry was on the faculty of the Boston University School of Law for over twenty years; there he taught a seminar in employment law. Jerry lives in Newton Centre with his wife Joan; their two sons reside in New York City.