Dan Cassidy is among the most experienced and accomplished practitioners in the fields of public sector labor relations, negotiations and employment law. For more than 30 years, he has effectively advocated on behalf of counties, cities, special districts, community colleges and school districts in negotiations, arbitrations and in civil service commission and other administrative hearings. Dan, a founding partner of Liebert Cassidy Whitmore, has negotiated hundreds of labor agreements for his public agency clients, and various public safety, general, professional, and supervisory units. He has also represented public agencies as a presenter and panel member in numerous interest arbitrations and fact-finding proceedings.
Prior to founding the Firm, Dan served as Chief of the Labor Relations Division of the Los Angeles County Counsel's Office, where he gained first-hand knowledge of the needs of his public agency clients.
A well-established and widely respected authority on labor relations, Dan has also lectured widely on labor relations - at the National College of District Attorneys at the University of Houston School of Law, at the University of Southern California School of Public Administration, at California State University at Long Beach and before numerous other professional and educational organizations.
Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1969-2010
California Bar Association Public Sector Labor Law Section, Since Formed
American Bar Association, 1969-2010
American Bar Association Public Sector Labor Law Section
Selected for inclusion in Southern California Super Lawyers 2006-2010
Benno Brink Memorial Award