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John Mancebo Joins Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck as Partner in New York City

Posted Nov 16, 2020

(November 16, 2020, New York, NY) — Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck LLP (KDV), a leading national law firm, today announced that John Mancebo has joined the firm as a partner in its New York City office. Mancebo, was previously Chair of Tressler LLP’s labor and employment practice group, adds to KDV’s growing labor & employment capabilities. Mancebo also sits on the board of directors of The Water Street Club, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization dedicated to increasing diversity and inclusion in the insurance industry and which he co-founded.

Mancebo’s practice focuses on representing companies and non-profit organizations on a wide variety of employment related issues, including employment practices litigation and administrative matters, internal investigations, wage & hour litigation, internal compliance, and fair housing violations. He also practices in the areas of commercial and business litigation including debt collection, construction and breach of contract.

“John is a dynamic attorney with an enviable reputation among his clients for service that goes above and beyond, so he fits perfectly with the KDV culture and approach to client service,” said Michael A. Kaufman, co-managing partner of KDV. “Equally impressive is his dedicated work to improve diversity among insurance carriers, brokers and agencies through The Water Street Club.”

“I have worked as both an EPL claims director and as an attorney representing insurance clients, so I have a keen understanding of what my insurance clients want and need,” said Mancebo. “I have known lawyers at KDV for years and have watched as KDV has grown into a national platform. Their platform and breadth of services will be of great benefit to my clients. I am also impressed with KDV’s dedication to Mansfield Rule certification and look forward to working with my colleagues at KDV on their diversity and inclusion efforts.”

Mancebo earned his J.D. from the University at Buffalo School of Law and his B.S. from State University of New York, College at Buffalo. He volunteered with Ice Hockey in Harlem and has worked in the Dominican Republic to support efforts to improve educational and professional opportunities for Major League Baseball (MLB) prospects.  He received the Hispanic National Bar Association’s Top Lawyers Under 40 award in 2017.

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