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Ben Constine represents employers in a variety of labor and employment matters, including employment discrimination claims, government investigations, compliance matters, as well as traditional labor disputes. Much of his practice involves representing airlines and railroads in matters under the Railway Labor Act, including in disputes before the National Mediation Board. Ben regularly represents clients in labor arbitrations concerning disputes over contract interpretation, discipline, and discharge. Ben also has experience in disputes under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and in multiple stages of litigation, including discovery and motions practice.

Ben maintains an active pro bono practice, representing incarcerated individuals. He also volunteers as a collegiate mock trial coach at the University of Virginia.


  • Leading technology company successfully resolves DOJ temporary work visa-related matterJones Day represented a leading technology company in a successful settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, following an immigration-related employment investigation related to temporary work visas.
  • Coalition of railroads achieve successful results in national collective bargainingJones Day was counsel for the U.S. railroad industry in one of the largest and most consequential labor matters of 2022, helping to avoid threatened work stoppages by 100,000 workers that would have gravely imperilled the U.S. economy and drew the personal attention of President Biden.