About the Instructor
Attorney Timothy Zessin’s practice focuses on general municipal, and public sector labor and employment law. He provides counsel to municipalities on labor issues, represents municipalities in labor disputes before state and federal courts, drafts and negotiates successor collective bargaining agreements, and represents municipalities before the American Arbitration Association, the Massachusetts Department of Labor Relations, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, and the Joint Labor Management Committee. He also assists clients with a variety of general municipal law issues, including town meetings, municipal charters and by-laws, conflict of interest, public records, the Open Meeting Law, and municipal finance. Prior to joining the firm, Attorney Zessin represented public and private sector bargaining units throughout New England in labor, employment, and litigation matters before various administrative agencies and state and federal forums. He also advised and negotiated on behalf of clients during the course of collective bargaining.