|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Super Lawyer, Employment Law||Super Lawyers||2014|
|Top Lawyer of the Main Line||Main Line Today Magazine||2014|
|Top Lawyer||Main Line Today Magazine||2013|
|Super Lawyer, Employment Litigation||SuperLawyers||2013|
|Awesome Attorney||Suburban Life Magazine||2012|
|Awesome Attorneys of Philadelphia||Philadelphia Life Magazine||2012|
|Top Lawyer of the Main Line, Employment Law for Individuals||Main Line Today Magazine||2011|
|Awesome Attorney||Suburban Life Magazine||2011|
|Awesome Attorney||Suburban Life Magazine||2010|
|Top Lawyer||Main Line Today Magazine||2010|
|Philadelphia Women of Distinction||Philadelphia Business Journal||2006|
|Principal and Founder||Transition Strategies, LLC||1997 - 2012|
|Legal Counsel||Hahnemann University Hospital||1994 - 1997|
|Senior Counsel||Allegheny Health, Education and Research Foundation||1988 - 1994|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|CEO Trust||Legal Advisor||2014 - Present|
|American Bar Association||N/A||2011 - Present|
|Union League of Philadelphia||N/A||2007 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Forum of Executive Women||Board of Directors||2010 - 2014|
|World of Work Media, LLC||"How to Negotiate a Killer Job Offer"||2013|
|Unknown||The Wall Street Journal||N/A|
|Unknown||The New York Times||N/A|
|Unknown||The New York Post||N/A|
|Publication Unknown\||The Boston Globe||N/A|
|Indiana University||Business Administration||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A|
|University of Pittsburgh School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||N/A|
|Pennsylvania Bar Institute||" From a Plaintiff’s Perspective: Selecting Viable Employment Discrimination and Wage-and-Hour Class and Collective Actions"||2014|
|Pennsylvania Bar Institute||"How to Negotiate a Killer Job Offer"||2013|
|Pennsylvania Bar Institute||"Restrictive Covenants and Computer Forensics"||2013|
|Pennsylvania Bar Institute||"Ethics Issues for Employment Attorneys"||2013|
|Philadelphia Society of Human Resource Management||"Social Networking at Work"||2012|
|Pennsylvania Bar Institute||"Private Eyes: Privacy in the Workplace"||2012|
|Pennsylvania Bar Institute||"Ethics in Employment Law: Attorneys Beware, This Could Happen to You"||2012|
|Pennsylvania Bar Institute||"Negotiation of Employment Agreements in the New Economy"||2011|
|Pennsylvania Bar Institute||"Counseling Employees Transitioning Jobs"||2010|
|Pennsylvania Bar Institute||"Drafting Noncompetition Agreements in Pennsylvania"||2009|
|Pennsylvania Bar Institute||"Fundamentals of Restrictive Covenant Agreements"||2008|
Posted by Paul
I worked with Robin as I was leaving my employer through a separation package/early retirement program. I found Robin's guidance and attention to detail outstanding. I felt I needed an expert to guide me through an emotional period so that I did not make any mistakes. Robin was there for me throughout the process and I have already made my next career move. Seeking Robin's guidance and advice was the right personal choice for me.
Posted by anonymous
Robin Bond provided the expertise to navigate my workforce severance agreement in an efficient and very effective manner. When I found out that I was being severed due to a reduction in force (resulting from a corporate reorganization), I was overwhelmed with the legal document before me.
After an initial consultation, Robin provided a very clear list of suggested changes to my severance package. I was offered the option of proceeding on my own, or continuing to pay for her services until I reached a satisfactory agreement. I attempted to proceed on my own and quickly realized that I was unable to reach agreement on nearly every point of contention on my own. Robin was supportive throughout, providing very timely responses to my many questions, and proceeded to pick up where I left off with my employer's corporate lawyer.
Robin's style is something that helped alleviate my stress - she is very calm and thorough in her explanation of both the law and her strategy in extricating me out of my tenuous situation. Robin listened very carefully to my concerns and actively sought to understand my history with the company. Her ideas were creative and effective - she thought of solutions that I had not even considered, and she negotiated skillfully. In the end, Robin not only worked out every issue that we sought to improve (and there were many), she was able to help me negotiate the time and resources needed to devote to a job search.
I found a much better job as a result of Robin's abilities with a company that fits my needs much better. To top it all off, Robin's knowledge of the compensation landscape and her negotiation savvy helped me to receive a better contract for my new job. I highly recommend Robin Bond and her firm's services for anybody seeking legal support to resolve employee-employer conflicts, and for expertise in job-transitioning, including contract negotiation.
Posted by Myles
Robin Bond is knowledgeable and pleasant - definitely not the type of attorney who will race your engine when that is not needed.
She reviews contracts word by word and makes insightful and useful changes.
When all is said and done, given the importance of contracts for individuals in new employment situations, consulting and FTE, trying to read and process the legalese on your own does not make sense. While you can review what is written, unless you are well-schooled, you cannot see what is missing or where the contract writer has sought quiet advantage.
Let Robin do that for you.
Down the road her fee will appear small compared with the costs of your own errors.
Christopher Ezold, Health care Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
Robin Bond is an excellent attorney with years of experience and insight into employment issues; any competent attorney can tell a client what the legal ramifications will be of a matter, but the best attorneys will be able to provide real world advice at the same time. Robin is one of the best.