Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Lang served as a Deputy Town Attorney for the Town of North Hempstead for four years, where she handled various labor and employment related matters. She advised management on disciplinary matters relating to Union and non-Union employees, drafted disciplinary charges and negotiated settlement agreements. She also served on management's bargaining committee which negotiated two collective bargaining agreements with a Union representing over 300 employees. Ms. Lang investigated and resolved Union grievances, handled matters before the Public Employment Relations Board, participated in arbitrations, and investigated discrimination, harassment and workplace violence complaints.
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