NYC Office of Collective Bargaining
Resume of Neutral

First Name: Initial: Last Name: Suffix: Arbitrator Since:
Jacquelin F. Drucker. Esq. 1990
Arbitration/Mediation Experience
Full-time arbitrator with nationally based practice in public and private sectors. Extensive experience in all aspects
of labor, employment, complex commercial, and class-action arbitrations.
Panels/Permanent Arbitrator
American Arbitration Association (Labor, Employment, Commercial, Large Complex Disputes, and Class
Action Panels); FMCS; NYPERB; NYSERB; Suffolk County & Suffolk County PBA; Suffolk County &
AME; Nassau County & CSEA; UMWA & Bituminous Coal Operators (various districts); Orange County
& COBA; State of NY & PEF (Select Patient Abuse Panel); USPS & APWU; Beth Israel Medical Center &
1199; State of NY & CSEA (Select Patient Abuse Panel); Coca Cola Bottling & IBT 957; and dozens more.
Issues: Full range of issues that arise in labor and employment arbitration, including, as examples of just a
few: arbitrability (procedural and substantive), wages, all forms of discipline, overtime, unit work, out of
title, discrimination, wildcat strikes, leave, FMLA, subcontracting, transfer, premium pay, and ERISA
Industries: Numerous and varied, including all aspects of public sector (law enforcement, health care, fire,
corrections, education, higher ed.,transportation) and nearly every private-sector industry except pro sports
Work History
29 years of experience in labor relations and employment law. Served as general counsel, executive director, and
vice chair of Ohio public sector labor board, practiced law on management side, and worked for several years as a
union lobbyist. Adjunct faculty member, Cornell ILR School (2004 to present); Director, Programs for Neutrals,
Cornell ILR/Institute on Conflict Res. (1995-2004); trainer of arbitrators for AAA, Pepperdine Law, and others
J.D. with honors, The Ohio State University College of Law
B.A. with distinction and honors, The Ohio State University
Professional Affiliations