Jacquelin F.  Drucker

New York, NY

Self-employed arbitrator 1990-present.  Professional in the employment and labor fields for 30 years, the past 18 of which have been spent in full-time service as arbitrator. Majority of current arbitration practice devoted to employment, labor, and commercial matters, including statutory claims (Title VII, Age Discrimination in Employment Act/OWBPA, FLSA, Americans with Disabilities Act, related state statutes, and various whistleblower laws) and breach of contract actions (including non-compete,severance, anti-poaching, options, commissions, intellectual property, and confidentiality issues). Extensive experience training employment, labor, and commercial arbitrators and mediators and teaching attorneys and professionals in employment and labor law.

 

ADR education and experience includes: Faculty, AAA Webinar, Will Traditional Litigation Strategies Work in Employment Arbitration - Ask the Experts, 2009; Faculty, AAA Employment Arbitrator II Training, 2004-07; AAA Neutrals Conference, 2005.

 

Ohio State University (BA, with distinction and honors-1977; JD, with honors-1981).

 

 

 

Courses

  • ADS 06 - Challenges at the Preliminary Hearing
  • ADS 10 - Avoiding Ten Common Missteps Arbitrators Make