Robert Sebris, Jr., co-founder of SEBRIS BUSTO JAMES, has retired from his active legal practice. He worked in the field of human resource management and law for almost 50 years. Bob served a wide range of clients on the spectrum of employment law issues. He emphasized problem prevention counseling to avoid and contain human resource law concerns. He represented management exclusively. Bob was listed in Who’s Who in American Lawyers, Best Lawyers in America, and Guide to the World’s Leading Labour & Employment Lawyers. He was also identified as a Superlawyer by Washington Law & Politics and was included in the America’s Leading Business Lawyers as one of the top labor lawyers in the State of Washington. Bob was AV® Peer Review Rated by Lexis-Nexis® Martindale Hubbell®. Martindale Hubbell’s AV® Peer Review Rating identifies a lawyer with very high to preeminent legal ability, and is a reflection of the attorney’s expertise, experience, integrity and overall professional excellence.
In addition, Bob co-authored a book (project leader) on strike planning, Employer’s Guide to Strike Planning and Prevention (Practising Law Institute 1985). He wrote legal articles and spoke widely on topics regarding human resource law for clients and trade association groups, including serving as a local television commentator on selected labor and employment law developments. During 1997, Bob testified before the U.S. Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee in Washington, D.C., as an expert witness on the proposed amendments to the National Labor Relations Act.