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Paul H. Tobias is senior partner in the firm of Tobias, Torchia & Simon in Cincinnati, Ohio where he now specializes exclusively in the rights of individual employees. Mr. Tobias is a graduate of Harvard College (AB 1951) and Harvard Law School (LLB 1958). He has specialized in labor and employment law for 53 years. Mr. Tobias is the founder of the National Employment Lawyers Association and served as its first Executive Director. He is the Co-Founder and former Executive Director of the National Employee Rights Institute (NERI, now Workplace Fairness). He is the author of a three-volume work: “Litigating Wrongful Discharge Claims” (Callaghan/West, 1987). Mr. Tobias is co-author of “Job Rights and Survival Strategies - A Handbook for Terminated Employees” (NERI, 1997). He was executive producer for NERI of “Federal Employees Legal Survival Guide” (1999). He is the author of 15 published articles and three book chapters. He was Editor-in-Chief of “Employee Rights Quarterly” (Aspen Publishers, Inc., 2001–2003). He has recently been the leader of groups of lawyers studying employment and labor law procedures and issues on six trips abroad to other countries. Mr. Tobias previously served on the Board of Governors of the National College of Labor and Employment Lawyers and is founder of the Ohio Chapter of the College.