It is with a deep sense of loss that we announce the passing of our esteemed colleague and friend Nathan L. Kaitz. Nathan began his legal career in 1978 as a Field Attorney for the National Labor Relations Board. He then joined Morgan, Brown & Joy as an associate in 1981 becoming a partner in 1988. In the course of his career, he handled many significant labor cases across the United States. He was well respected in the labor law community among lawyers, arbitrators and judges.
Nathan was an active member of the local community, including as past president of the Board of Directors of Camp Yavneh, past member of the Board of Overseers of Hebrew College, honorary director of Jewish Vocational Services, and former Trustee and Chairman of the Personnel Committee of Temple Israel.
Nathan will be remembered as a lawyer who practiced with intellectual integrity and professional courtesy and as a collegial colleague. He will be greatly missed. We are grateful that Nathan was a part of the Morgan, Brown & Joy family.
Nathan Kaitz was an employment litigator and labor lawyer counseling employers in both the private and public sectors. Nathan appeared before the National Labor Relations Board, as well as the Massachusetts Labor Relations Commission on behalf of clients. He adeptly negotiated collective bargaining agreements and handled numerous arbitration cases. Nathan had deep experience defending employment cases in Federal and State courts, as well as before administrative agencies in numerous states, including Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Florida. Nathan was a proactive counselor, providing day-to-day employment law advice to executives, human resource professionals and in-house counsel.