Dominic Cecere, co-chair of the Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Division at Stinson Leonard Street LLP, focuses his practice in the areas of labor relations, labor negotiations, employment law and litigation. Dominic has represented national and international businesses in NLRB trials, labor arbitrations and labor contract negotiations, and he has defended employers before state, local and federal agencies as well as state and federal courts. He devotes a significant amount of time counseling non-union employers on maintaining their non-union status through positive employee relations practices, and works closely with unionized clients to develop strategies for dealing efficiently and effectively with their workforce. Prior to joining the firm, Dominic was a shareholder in the law firm of Doherty, Rumble & Butler. Dominic regularly provides in-house seminars for clients, has authored several articles relating to labor and employment law and has participated in numerous local, regional and national seminars. He also devotes a significant amount of time providing pro bono legal services and counseling to children on behalf of the Children’s Law Center of Minnesota. Dominic graduated cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law, where he spent his last semester studying international and European community law while interning with a Barrister of The Honorable Society of Gray’s Inn, in London, England.