Radelet has practiced law for more than three decades, representing private sector employers across the country in a wide variety of labor and employment matters. His clients have included manufacturing, transportation and retail industry leaders, multi-employer associations, and a variety of firms in the service sector.
Radelet has represented employers in scores of collective bargaining negotiations, arbitrations, union organizing and decertification situations around the U.S., and related NLRB and court proceedings. He has also handled a diverse assortment of employment litigation before various state and federal courts and government agencies.
Among his vast strategic planning and litigation experience, Radelet co-represented a Fortune 100 company in a massive declaratory class action in federal court relating to a $1 billion reduction in retiree health benefits affecting nearly 100,000 retirees and dependents in 49 states.
J.D., University of Michigan Law School; B.A., Michigan State University, with high honors