Jeffrey J. Calabrese Appointed to Rochester Hearing & Speech Center Board of Directors

Calabrese Jeffrey 2014 047 HSE Roc 2661WebReadyHarter Secrest & Emery LLP, a full-service business law firm with offices throughout New York, announced that Jeffrey J. Calabrese, partner and leader of the firm’s Labor and Employment practice, has been appointed to serve on the Rochester Hearing & Speech Center (RHSC) Board of Directors.

Founded in 1922, RHSC is the longest standing and most experienced provider of hearing, speech-language, educational and clinical developmental services in the greater Rochester area. Their primary focus is on Audiology for all ages and Educational Clinical Services for children from birth through age five, including Early Intervention and Preschool Related Service (audiology, speech, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and special education). Their Doctors of Audiology, and Licensed Hearing Aid Dispensers perform hearing evaluations, audiological testing, and fitting for hearing devices in a non-retail environment.

Calabrese is a trial lawyer with 25 years of experience. He counsels employers on state and federal labor law compliance; defends employers in litigation; negotiates and litigates restrictive covenant agreements; and negotiates, and helps management administer, collective bargaining agreements. Calabrese has conducted hearings, trials, appeals, and arbitrations throughout New York and many other jurisdictions around the country. 

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