Waldman, Zackin, Welsh Named to Law360 Advisory Boards
Armstrong Teasdale Partners Glen Waldman, Martha Zackin and John Welsh have been selected by Law360 to serve as members of its 2022 editorial advisory boards. The boards are designed to offer feedback on Law360’s coverage and gain insight from experts in the field on how best to shape future coverage. Waldman will serve on the Florida advisory board, and Zackin and Welsh will serve on the Massachusetts board.
Waldman, managing attorney of the firm’s Miami office, focuses his trial practice on complex business, commercial, real estate, land use and probate litigation matters. With more than 35 years of experience, he has tried both jury and bench cases with disputes in a wide variety of areas, including contracts, fraud, fraudulent transfers, business partnerships, land use, wills, construction, real estate, insurance, trademark infringement and banking.
Zackin has more than 30 years of experience advising and representing clients on a broad range of employment law issues and in adversarial proceedings. She regularly provides practical advice and counsel on a wide range of employment-related issues, including employee relations and policy matters; employee classification and wage and hour laws; violations of noncompetition, nonsolicitation and nondisclosure agreements; employee training; employment and separation agreements; affirmative action; mergers and acquisitions; and internal investigations.
Welsh focuses his practice on representing management in all aspects of labor and employment law. A fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers, he is well recognized among the top practitioners in his field. An experienced litigator and former appellate and trial attorney for the National Labor Relations Board in Washington, D.C., and Boston, Welsh has acted as lead trial counsel on employment cases in venues nationwide. He is also an accomplished appellate advocate, having successfully argued appeals before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and various U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals.