Benjamin N. Dictor
Benjamin Dictor is an attorney with Eisner & Dictor, P.C. Benjamin primarily represents workers, labor unions and worker centers before state and federal courts, as well as administrative agencies at the federal, state and municipal level. His areas of practice include, collective bargaining, wage theft litigation, advising workplace organizing campaigns, employment discrimination, whistleblower protections, drafting and enforcement of employment agreements, unemployment insurance matters, arbitration and mediation of labor disputes, as well as matters before the National Labor Relations Board.
During his time with the firm, Benjamin has worked on a variety of cases that are important to immigrant and low-wage worker organizing, including Flaum Appetizing Corp., and the Hot & Crusty Workers Association historic campaign victory. The firm’s work on the campaign has been featured in the award-winning documentary titled, “The Hand that Feeds.”
Benjamin counsels a variety of worker centers, including the Damayan Migrant Workers Association, the Laundry Workers Center, and Justice First. He also advises organizing campaigns, and rank-and-file activists. He was recently invited by the National Lawyers Guild Labor and Employment Committee to serve as a panelist for their program “On Offense: Tactics for Worker Justice” to discuss the tactics and strategy used in the Hot & Crusty campaign.
Benjamin graduated with honors from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and the University of Florida. While attending law school, Benjamin worked as a clinician for the Cardozo Labor and Employment Clinic and was a staff writer on progressive labor issues for the Cardozo Jurist.
Prior to joining the firm, Benjamin was an organizer with the Industrial Workers of the World and a member of the Board of Directors of Planned Parenthood of Florida. He is currently a member of the National Lawyers Guild and the Lawyers Coordinating Committee of the American Federation of Labor / Congress of Industrial Organizations.