|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Super Lawyer||Maryland Super Lawyers||2013|
|Super Lawyer||DC Super Lawyers||2013|
|Maryland Super Lawyer||Maryland Super Lawyers||2012|
|Super Lawyer||District of Columbia Super Lawyers||2012|
|Maryland Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2011|
|Maryland Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2010|
|Outstanding Section Chair of the Year, Employment Law||Montgomery Bar Association||2005|
|Owner||Rubin Employment Law Firm, P.C.||2006 - Present|
|Partner||Farber Rubin, LLC||2006 - 2007|
|Associate||Farber Legal, LLC||2001 - 2006|
|Associate||Sherman Dunn Cohen Leifer and Yellig||1996 - 2001|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|National Employment Lawyers Association||Member||2008 - Present|
|Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association||Member||2006 - Present|
|District of Columbia Bar||Member||2006 - Present|
|Maryland State Bar Association||Employment Law Section Member||2006 - Present|
|Montgomery County Bar Association||Employment Law Section Member||2001 - Present|
|Ticket Office Employees v. The Washington Redskins||Summary Judgment Granted to Employees.|
|JUAN R. ESTEÃ‘OS v. PAHO/WHO FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, http://www.dcappeals.gov/dccourts/appeals/pdf/04-CV-1093+.PDF||Remanded for trial.|
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|Baltimore Sun||Judge Rules Baltomore County Pension System Discriminates Based On Age||2012|
|Baltimore Business Journal||Non-competes Give Businesses Piece of Mind While Protecting Their Interests||2011|
|Washington Business Journal||Wrongly Classifying Workers Can Land Employers in Hot Water||2010|
|Wasington City Paper||Redskins Workers Fight For Their Right to Rights||2010|
|The Washington Post||Redskins found by arbitrator to owe back pay to their ticket agents||2010|
|Maryland Employment Law||Maryland Employment Law Blog||2009|
|Maryland Employment Lawyers Association Conference||Retaliation: How to Build and Prove a Case after Burlington Northern||2006|
|Maryland Employment Law Letter||Litigation: Confessions of an Employee's Lawyer,||2006|
|Maryland State Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law||Doing God's Work?||2006|
|University of Pittsburgh School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1996|
|Pennsylvania State University||Communication||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1993|
|Employment Law Update in Maryland||Employment Law||2012|
|Employment Law from A to Z||Employment Law||2011|
|Maryland Employment Law From A to Z||Employment Law||2008|
Posted by Nikki
I highly recommend Mr.James Rubin!!! I am a very happy camper! If you are looking for a highly knowledgeable top-notch Attorney, who knows every single aspect of Employment Law-Jim is the best one to hire! Because of his strategy I was able to avoid a costly litigation process and keep my business running!!! Jim knows how to listen, comfort and advice his clients! Unlike many other Attorneys, he is working not to enrich himself at his client's expense, but he finds a less costly resolution to a legal issue. Thank you so much Jim because of your hard work and dedication me and my family are on our way now to building our business and living the American Dream!
Posted by anonymous
Jim was able to guide me through a ongoing dispute with a previous employer. He was able to give me strong recommendation on an uncertain situation. Ultimately, the issue was resolved without having to go to court and did so within my budget. When you need an employment lawyer dealing with salary and disputes I felt as though he was very thorough and patient with me. I actually got his name from another lawyer who thought he was the best fit for the situation.
Posted by Michael
If you're looking for a real authority on employment law, look no further.
James Rubin understands the statutes, precedents, and their interpretation. He'll prepare an iron-clad settlement contract. Your billable time will consist of preparing the relevant facts and efficiently preparing a case, not researching relevant law. He knows how to convince the opposing attorney(s) on the strength of your argument, leaving you to negotiate the best possible settlement.
My case was settled to my satisfaction at the levels targeted from the beginning. Jim has a prudent bias for settlement, as do most attorneys, so if you're looking for litigation he may not be your best choice. But he has no problem keeping the threat of litigation and its implications real in the minds of the opposition to prepare for the best possible settlement.
I don't automatically award 5 stars for every review, but Jim earned his perfect score.
Howard Hoffman, Employment and labor Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
Jim and I have worked on cases together and have been on the opposite sides. I regularly pick his brain for ideas and bore him with my war stories. He is a tenacious litigator and possesses a superior legal intellect. You can trust that he will handle your employment matter with great skill.