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Dmitri Iglitzin's Blog

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Dmitri Iglitzin is a partner in the law firm, Schwerin Campbell Barnard & Iglitzin. He received a B.A. from Yale University, magna cum laude, and his J.D. from the University of Michigan School of Law, also magna cum laude. He's a part-time lecturer at the University of Washington School of Law, where he teaches labor law. Dmitri was formerly a law clerk for Chief Judge Barbara Rothstein, U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington.

Dmitri's practice is centered on labor and employment law. Advising and representing labor unions in local, state, and federal proceedings, he has worked with affiliates of the Int'l Brotherhood of Teamsters, the Int'l Longshore & Warehouse Union, AFTRA, and IATSE, as well as the American Federation of Teachers - Washington, the Seattle Musicians' Assoc., and the Pacific Northwest Newspaper Guild. Among his most notable legal accomplishments is the case of Wingert v. Yellow Freight Systems, Inc., which resulted in a decision by the Washington State Supreme Court holding that all workers in Washington State have a legally enforceable right to a paid ten-minute rest period after every three consecutive hours of work.

Dmitri is also a frequent commentator on matters of concern to unions. His editorials have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the Christian Science Monitor, the Tacoma News Tribune, The Spokane Spokesman Review, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Washington Examiner, among other well-read newspapers and websites, such as Huffington Post, and, of course, We are so delighted and honored that Dmitri has joined our writers' community.

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