Robert Landau has been a full-time labor and employment arbitrator since 1991. He arbitrates cases in the private, public and federal sectors throughout the western United States and is a member of arbitration panels in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. He is a member of the National Academy of Arbitrators and currently serves as a regional chair for the Pacific Northwest region. Previously he served as Deputy Commissioner of Labor for the state of Alaska from 1983-1987. Mr. Landau is a graduate of Amherst College and the University of Virginia Law School.
Mitchell B. Goldberg
Mitchell B. Goldberg received his BA in Economics from the University of Cincinnati; JD from the University of Cincinnati College of…
Roger Kaplan has been a full-time arbitrator since 1981. A graduate of the University of Maryland in 1965, Mr. Kaplan received…
Barry E. Simon
Barry E. Simon began his arbitration career in 1989 after serving as Labor Counsel for the Chicago and North Western Transportation…