About Kronick Resolutions
We are a regionally recognized dispute resolution practice. We provide expertise in the mediation and arbitration of sensitive labor and employment matters, and provide unique support in building a successful team and workplace.
Mission and Philosophy
The mission of Kronick Resolutions is to provide creative solutions to resolve conflict and encourage collaboration in the workplace. We recognize the unique culture of each workplace and work to resolve disputes based on these individual needs.
Attorney Brian W. Kronick, Esq.
Brian W. Kronick, Esq. is an attorney and founder of Kronick Resolutions. Brian is a full time mediator, arbitrator, hearing officer, and fact-finder.
Brian has over thirty years experience as a business lawyer, labor and employment lawyer, and business owner. Brian has represented individuals, profit and not-for-profit entities on business transactions, litigation, grievances, mediations, and arbitrations in the public and private sectors. Brian has served as Vice President and General Counsel of a privately held business as well as Managing Partner of a law firm.
Brian has been recognized as Best Lawyer in America and New Jersey Super Lawyer for over a decade. Brian received a Special Recognition Award from the New Jersey League of Municipalities as Labor Counsel in November 2017.
Brian is on the New Jersey Public Employment Relations Commission Grievance Arbitration Panel, New Jersey State Board of Mediation, and Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Hearing Officer Panel.
Brian is active in the American Bar Association and New Jersey State Bar Association. Brian serves on the Executive Committee of the Labor and Employment Law Section and is President of the Sidney Reitman Labor and Employment Law American Inn of Court. He is also Chapter Editor in the Third Edition of Discipline and Discharge in Arbitration.
Brian has a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, and a Juris Doctor from Seton Hall University School of Law where he was Managing Editor of the Seton Hall Legislative Journal.