Lawrence S. Wescott has practiced labor and employment law for over
40 years. His extensive experience includes representing management
before the National Labor Relations Board in representation and
unfair labor practice cases, negotiation of collective bargaining
agreements, arbitration and mediation on behalf of management, civil
rights litigation, wage and hour matters, occupational safety and
health claims and employment related matters.
Mr. Wescott is a graduate of Washington College in Chestertown,
Maryland, where he currently serves on the Board of Visitors and
Governors. He graduated from the University of Maryland School of
Law and worked as a field attorney for the National Labor Relations
Board in Baltimore, Maryland. After working as a labor relations
representative for the Bendix Corporation, Mr. Wescott entered
private practice representing management. He was a partner in the
labor and employment section of Venable, Baetjer and Howard for over
20 years. In January of 1994, Mr. Wescott joined Serotte, Rockman &
Wescott as a name Principal.
Mr. Wescott has been admitted to the Bars of the State of
Maryland and the District of Columbia. He has practiced before
various United States District Courts and is admitted to the United
States Courts of Appeal for the Fourth Circuit, the Third Circuit,
and the Sixth Circuit as well as the United States Supreme Court.
Mr. Wescott is a member of the American Bar Association and the
Maryland State Bar Association where he served as Chairman of the
Labor Law Section from 1986 to 1988. He was President of the
Maryland Chapter of the Industrial Relations Research Association in
1980 and has lectured on collective bargaining at the Johns Hopkins
University School of Continuing Studies for a number of years.
Mr. Wescott is a contributing author to various publications and
lectures in seminars on employment and labor law issues.