Bee Ready Fishbein Hatter & Donovan, LLP - Attorneys at Law

Kenneth A. Gray

Kenneth A. Gray joined the firm in 1999 and was promoted to Senior Associate in 2003. He was then elevated to Partner in 2005. Mr. Gray practices in the Labor and Employment unit, where he represents public and private sector clients during collective bargaining negotiations, contract grievances, administrative proceedings and related litigation. Mr. Gray also specializes in Municipal Law, representing numerous Villages and Special Districts as General and Special Counsel. In addition, Mr. Gray oversees all criminal cases that are handled by the firm.

Prior to joining the film, Mr. Gray was a Senior Labor Attorney with the MTA New York City Transit - Office of Labor Relations, where he implemented and enforced collective bargaining agreements and supervised a staff of Labor Attorneys that handled all disciplinary charges, hearings and arbitrations.

Mr. Gray has lectured and taught classes at SUNY Empire State College in New Yolk City, to candidates for the College’s Labor Certificate Program, and at Adelphi University and SUNY Old Westbury. He has appeared as a labor expert on Channel 12 News to discuss the issues surrounding the MTA/NYC Transit Strike.

Mr. Gray is the President of the Board of Directors of the Child Care Council of Nassau, Inc., a local non-profit organization which acts as a resource and referral agency for early education/child care services. He is a former Executive Board Member of the Labor and Employment Relations Association, Long Island Chapter (LI LERA). He is also a member of the NYS and Nassau County Bar Associations, East Meadow Kiwanis and the Suffolk County Village Officials Association.

Mr. Gray is admitted to practice law in New York State, the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts and the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science/Business from Hofstra University and his JD degree from New York Law School.


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