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Keith Gutstein inducted into the 2017 Hewlett-Woodmere Alumni Association Hall of Fame

Posted May 2, 2017

Keith Gutstein, Co-Managing Partner of KDV’s Long Island office, has been inducted into the 2017 Hewlett Woodmere Alumni Association Hall of Fame as of April 30, 2017.

Keith was inducted at a brunch and ceremony at George W. Hewlett High School honoring the newly-elected inductees. This award is given to qualifying graduates from Woodmere or George W. Hewlett High School who have achieved significant distinction in their profession, service organization, community or area of interest / expertise. Philip Voluck, Co-Managing Partner of KDV, had the honor of presenting Keith with the award.

Keith was awarded with a plaque that reads:

“In recognition of his distinguished law career and his leadership as a mentor for young attorneys. Keith practices Labor and Employment Law on behalf of Management. He has been recognized by UJA-Federation of New York, New York Metro Super Lawyers, Long Island Business News “Who’s Who in Intellectual Property and Labor Law,” and Long Island Business News “40 under 40.” His publications and presentations are numerous in the practice of representing employers in both New York State and Federal Court in employment discrimination, hostile work environment, sexual harassment and wage and hour litigation. Keith works passionately in the community as a member of the Board of Directors for the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center in Nassau County and for a foundation supporting oncology and hematology research and education.”

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