About Peter F. Healey

law-books2Mr. Healey’s skill as a labor, employment and commercial arbitrator is enhanced by decades of prior experience as a workplace and commercial practitioner. Having been a partner in several well known national law firms representing both individuals and companies in many labor and employment arbitrations and in commercial litigation, he is personally familiar with the issues likely to be confronted in alternative dispute resolution forums. He has the skill to address and resolve them fairly and efficiently. Below are his professional credentials including his memberships on various labor and employment arbitrator and mediator panels.

PROFESSIONAL BIOGRAPHY (CV)

WORK HISTORY

  • Arbitrator and Mediator, 2009 – present
  • Partner/Of Counsel, Butzel Long Tighe Patton PLLC 2004 – 2009
  • Partner, Fulbright & Jaworski LLP 1993-2003
  • Partner, Schnader LLP 1990-1993
  • Partner, Reed Smith LLP 1976-1990 (Head of D.C. Labor & Employment Group)
  • Law Clerk, Administrative Law Judges, National Labor Relations Board

BAR ADMISSIONS

Admitted to the Bar: District of Columbia; Maryland; Rhode Island (inactive); U.S. District Court: District of Columbia, District of Maryland; various U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals; U.S. Supreme Court.

PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION

Martindale-Hubbell “AV” rated; Fellow, the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers; Member, AAA Commercial, Employment and Labor Arbitrator Panels; member, Employment Panel, International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution.

ASSOCIATIONS

Alternative Dispute Resolution and Litigation Sections of the District of Columbia Bar, Maryland Bar Association and American Bar Association.

EDUCATION

Brown University (BA); Georgetown University Law Center (JD).

PUBLICATIONS AND SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

Faculty member for programs on employment and labor for the District of Columbia Bar, Federal Publications, Lorman Educational Seminars; speaker at seminars for organizations and clients on a variety of workplace issues; author,  “Banker’s Guide to the Community Reinvestment Act,” 90 Banking Law Journal 705, Volume 96, Number 8.

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

Member of the Board of the Youth Leadership Foundation, non-profit charitable organization. The Barristers of Washington D.C. (Past President).

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