NYC Office of Collective Bargaining
Resume of Neutral

First Name: Initial: Last Name: Suffix: Arbitrator Since:
Harold L. Richman 1986
Arbitration/Mediation Experience
Arbitrator in labor and employment cases since 1986. Served as Fund Impartial Umpire for large Pension &
Welfare Fund for eight years. Contract arbitrator in apparel and health care industries. Contract arbitrator for New
York State, serving on CSEA and PEF panels. Panel Arbitrator for New York Stock Exchange.
Panels/Permanent Arbitrator
American Arbitration Association; New York City Office of Collective Bargaining; New York State Public
Employment Relations Board; Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service; New York State Employment
Relations Board; NYSE; PEF/NY State; CSEA/NY State; PSCH/UNITE HERE.
Absenteeism, arbitrability, job performance, layoffs/bumping/recall, management rights, holiday pay,
incentive pay, job classification, working conditions, violence or threats, work hours, vacation pay,
severence pay, merit pay, union security, subcontracting, sexual harassment, seniority, retirement,
promotion, pension and welfare plans, discipline, discharge, bargaining unit work
Work History
1965-1986 - Regional Attorney, National Labor Relations Board, Region 29 Brooklyn; 1952-1965 - Supervisory
and Non-supervisory Attorney, NLRB, Region 29 Brooklyn; 1951-1952 - Legal Assistant to Board Member,
NLRB, Washington, D.C.; 1950-1951 - Attorney, Office of the General Counsel, US Bureau of Indian Affairs;
1943-1950 - worked in public accounting
LLM, New York University Law School, 1951
LLB, Fordham University School of Law, 1949
BBA, City College, 1943
CPA 1949
Professional Affiliations