Lance Geren is a partner at O’Donoghue & O’Donoghue, LLP, and represents international and local labor organizations before labor arbitrators, administrative agencies and in state and federal court. Lance provides all facets of representation to labor unions including handling labor arbitrations, negotiating collective bargaining agreements, assisting in union organizing drives, and representing unions in state and federal court and before state and federal agencies. Lance also provides training for union officials on areas ranging from Department of Labor compliance issues to shop steward and delegate education and advocacy.

Lance is a graduate of Hiram College and the Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America. During law school, Lance worked as a law clerk for the International Union of Electronic, Electrical, Salaried, Machine and Furniture Workers, AFL-CIO, as a Peggy Browning Fund Fellow. He also assisted in an organizing campaign seeking to organize the janitors working at the university. After law school, Lance worked as a Field Attorney at the National Labor Relations Board, Region Four, where he investigated and prosecuted unfair labor practices and served as a hearing officer in representational matters. In 2006, Lance traveled to Cuba with a delegation of health care labor organizations and health care workers to study and evaluate the health care system.

Lance is a member of the bars of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.