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Mr. David A. Robinson

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University of New Haven
300 Boston Post Road
West Haven , Connecticut 46202
United States

Company Description: A leader in experiential education, the University of New Haven provides its students with a unique combination of solid liberal arts and real-world, hands-on...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • J.D.
    Washington University
  • B.A. , economics
    George Washington University
  • graduate program
    University of New Haven
  • law degree
    Washington University
  • bachelor's degree , economics
    George Washington University
  • Longmeadow High School
  • Washington University School of Law
76 Total References
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Labor Law | North Haven, CT, 11 Nov 2014 [cached]
Logo, Attorney David A. Robinson - Labor Law (203) 214-4078 PO Box 780, North Haven, CT 06473
Improve your knowledge about employment discrimination laws with legal books from Attorney David A. Robinson.
Legal Services & Speaking
Mr. Robinson does legal research and writing for Connecticut lawyers in labor and employment matters. He is also available to give seminars to employers on labor and employment law. Contact him,, to discuss how he can help you.
Learn about Attorney David A. Robinson
Attorney David A. Robinson has written three books: 1) Workplace Discrimination Prevention Manual (Archway Publishing division of Simon & Schuster, 2013), 2) Some Tips to Prevent Employment Discrimination Lawsuits: A Faith-Based Legal Guide for Managers (WestBow Press division of Thomas Nelson, Inc., 2013) (almost identical to the first book but, in addition, explains the religious--"faith-based"--basis of our employment laws); and 3) Practicing Law Without Clients: Making a Living as a Freelance Lawyer. The third book was published by the American Bar Association in 1996. It explains how lawyers who enjoy legal research and writing more than they enjoy dealing with clients can earn money doing legal research and writing for other lawyers.
Learn More about Attorney David A. Robinson
Contact Mr. Robinson in North Haven, Connecticut,, to discuss how he can help you.
Staff & Board | National Police Accountability Project, 22 Dec 2014 [cached]
David A. Robinson
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David A. Robinson
David A. Robinson represents employers in labor and employment matters.He practiced law in Springfield, Massachusetts, from 1977 until early 2008, then moved to southern Connecticut and joined Brody and Associates.He is a member of the Connecticut Bar and Massachusetts Bar.
David was born in Springfield in 1953.He earned his B.A. in Economics in 1974 from George Washington University and his J.D. in 1977 from Washington University in St. Louis, where he was a senior editor of the law review.
In his 31 years of law practice, David has represented hundreds of employers in litigation in state and federal courts and administrative agencies, and has helped hundreds of employers prevent litigation.He is the author of two books on employment law, A Legal and Ethical Handbook for Ending Discrimination in the Workplace and Understanding and Preventing Employee Lawsuits in Massachusetts: A Guide for Employers.
In addition to his work at Brody and Associates, David is an adjunct professor of economics and business law at the University of New Haven (in UNH's MBA program).He previously taught business law at Western New England College and taught labor relations at Westfield (Mass.) State College.
(David was appellate counsel only, not trial counsel, in the Stonehill College, Dalrymple, and Draghetti cases.)
David A. Robinson, A Legal and Ethical Handbook for Ending Discrimination in the Workplace (New York: Paulist Press 2003; ISBN No. 0-8091-4138-8)
Understanding and Preventing Employee Lawsuits in Massachusetts: A Guide for Employers (1999; 2d ed.2001; ISBN No. 0967468809)
Robert G. Brody and David A. Robinson, "Employers Can Give Negative Job References," Connecticut Law Tribune, September 2008 Supplement (2008 Connecticut Supreme Court supplement), at 5
David A. Robinson, "Caps Are Needed on Emotional Distress Damages," Business West (monthly newspaper in western Massachusetts), June 1999, at 50
David A. Robinson, "Ending the ‘Pretext Only/Pretext Plus' Debate" (discussion of "pretext" in employment discrimination law), Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Aug. 17, 1998, at 11
David A. Robinson, "Discovery of the Plaintiff's Mental Health History in an Employment Discrimination Case," 16 Western New England Law Review 55 (1994)
David A. Robinson, "The ‘56' Olympics: Clearing the Summary Judgment Hurdle After Hicks, Ramsdell, and LeBlanc," Massachusetts Bar Association Labor and Employment Section News, Dec. 1993
David A. Robinson, "Let's Cure Referencephobia" (an article about giving job references), Business West, Feb. 1993
David A. Robinson, "Both Sides Now: Executive Women and Employment Discrimination," Women Unlimited (monthly magazine in western Massachusetts), Nov. 1992
David A. Robinson, "Age Discrimination: A Short Guide and a Practical Tip," Chamber Channels (Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce newsletter), June 1992
David A. Robinson, "Dissenters Need Not Apply: Private Employees and Free Speech," Massachusetts Bar Association Labor and Employment Section News, April 1992
David A. Robinson, "Redefining the Advocate's Role: A Contract Theory of Legal Ethics," 3 Western New England Law Review 409 (1981)
When not working, David relaxes with his wife, who is a human resources professional and workers' compensation administrator for a local hospital.
To contact David, please email him at, or call him at 203-965-0560.
David Robinson - Springfield, MA- A Practical, Inspirational Book for Employers, 1 Feb 2014 [cached]
You can e-mail David at or
In David's opinion (David is not a theologian; he is a lay person simply offering his opinion), the Bible does not favor employees over employers, nor does the Bible favor employers over employees. In David's opinion, the Bible is evenly balanced between employers and employees. The Bible, in David's opinion (again, this is just his opinion; he explains his opinion in this book), is an excellent guide to greater success for employers and employees, and is an excellent guide to preventing discrimination and litigation.
Both books are written by David A. Robinson, a lawyer who has advised employers about labor law and employment law for 36 years (1977 to 2008 in Massachusetts, 2008 to present in Connecticut) and is now practitioner-in-residence at the University of New Haven, where he teaches in the MBA program. He earned a B.A. in Economics from George Washington University in 1974 and a J.D. from Washington University in St. Louis in 1977. He is an active member of the Connecticut bar and a retired member of the Massachusetts bar.
David Robinson - Springfield, MA- (David A. Robinson, Attorney at Law - West Haven, CT) Home Page, 1 Feb 2014 [cached]
You can e-mail David at or
Attorney David A. Robinson presents two great books for employers.
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