Ricki E. Roer
Commercial & Business Litigation
Ricki Roer is the chair of Wilson Elser's Employment & Labor litigation practice.
has litigated thousands of cases in state and federal courts at the trial and appellate levels.
practice focuses on all aspects of labor and employment law relating to contract and collective bargaining negotiations and disputes; labor arbitrations, grievances and NLRB proceedings; and all aspects of employment transactions.
represents multinational corporations, domestic companies, and non-profit organizations from a wide spectrum of industries.
A recognized authority in the industry, Ricki
is consistently called upon to lecture on issues of employment discrimination and labor law.
Insurers and many other clients are well aware of Ricki's success ratio and she
is regarded as a leading strategist by the Legal 500, among others.
brings a business-oriented approach to her
clients' problems, employing prudent and appropriate strategies along with 24-7 availability and responsiveness.
is skilled in managing litigation, leveraging her
background and industry experience in health care and insurance.
In her role as chair of the Employment & Labor practice group, Ricki leads a team of more than 150 attorneys throughout the United States.
Members of this national team are often recognized by clients for their high rate of court victories, early dismissals, and business-oriented resolutions of their clients' labor and employment needs.
The practice's attorneys counsel clients in their day-to-day management of employment and labor issues and policies, regularly conduct a variety of internal investigations and audits, provide "hotline" services, and draft employment policy manuals and contracts as well as collective bargaining agreements and implementations.
Health Care Experience
In addition to her
Employment & Labor practice, Ricki
has knowledge in a wide variety of medical fields.
has attracted a client roster that includes nationally renowned physicians and premier teaching hospitals.
representation extends to managed care organizations and privately run emergency rooms.