Bruce M. Ludwig is a skilled litigator and strategist who has served as counsel and chief negotiator for a diverse array of labor organizations and their members, representing private and public-sector unions and working individuals for more than 40 years. He counsels and represents clients on numerous state and federal legal issues ranging from discrimination, civil rights, labor law, collective bargaining, internal union affairs, unemployment compensation, and wage and hour issues. He frequently collaborates with union leadership on strategic legal and non-legal planning and on vitally important organizing campaigns.
Bruce represents clients at all levels of litigation and advocates on their behalf in state and federal courts, and before various administrative bodies, boards and commissions, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board (PLRB), labor arbitrators, and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PaHRC), among others. Bruce takes pride in protecting the rights of hard-working individuals and the unions that represent them.
WHAT INSPIRES ME ABOUT MY WORK
"I am inspired by the working men and women who seek to better themselves, their families and their communities, particularly those who see the wisdom of doing so by taking collective action through their union.”
AWAY FROM WORK
“I enjoy being in nature and taking local hikes with groups like the Sierra Club. I recently enrolled in a Master Naturalist program in order to be come a trained volunteer and advocate for environmental issues."