PHILADELPHIA – Aug. 4, 2015 – For the second year in a row, Shareholder Kelly Dobbs Bunting from the Philadelphia office of the international law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP accepted a leadership role with the American Bar Association’s Section of International Law (SIL). Bunting will serve as SIL’s Liaison to the ABA’s Labor and Employment Law Section for the term running from Aug. 5, 2015, to Aug. 8, 2016. As the Liaison, she will be the Section’s ambassador to the Labor and Employment Law Section.
This is also the second year Bunting will serve on the American Bar Association’s Steering Committee for the International Employment Law committee.
The ABA’s Section of International Law was founded in 1933 to promote interest, activity, and research in international and comparative law. The section’s membership now spans over 90 countries and includes more than 23,000 members. This year, SIL members will meet in Montreal, Quebec, in October for their fall meeting, and in New York City for their spring meeting. Bunting is a longtime member of the ABA’s Labor and Employment Section’s International Labor and Employment Law Committee, and currently serves on its Diversity and Membership Development subcommittee.
Bunting, a member of Greenberg Traurig’s Labor & Employment Practice and co-chair of the firm’s Employment Training/Compliance Group, handles a variety of employment litigation and counseling matters on behalf of employers around the world, including wage and hour class and collective actions; discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination and whistleblower litigation; non-competition, non-solicitation, FCPA and compliance issues; and labor and employment due diligence, employment, and secondment agreements. Bunting is also a leader in Greenberg Traurig’s Global Workforce Strategies Initiative, a program that provides comprehensive and cost-effective labor and employment, immigration, and compliance advice to multi-national corporations. She has been with Greenberg Traurig for more than eight years.