Daniel Brent has been a nationally recognized arbitrator of employment and labor-management disputes for more than thirty years. He was elected to the Board of Governors of the National Academy of Arbitrators and has presented educational seminars for the American Arbitration Association. Mr. Brent has issued thousands of decisions in arbitration cases in the private and public sectors, and serves as a permanent arbitrator for the New York City Transit Authority and Local 726 A.T.U., Suffolk County Police and the SCPBA, the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Air Traffic Controllers Association, United States Postal Service and APWU, United Parcel Service and IBT, Merck and United Steelworkers, Rockland County Sheriff and COBARC, Rutgers University and AAUP and HPAE, among many others. Mr. Brent has been a salary arbitrator for Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association for more than two decades, and serves on the Court of Arbitration for Sport and the U.S. Olympic Anti-doping Panel. He also serves as arbitrator in many disputes in the hospital and health care industry, and regularly decides teacher tenure cases in New Jersey and New York.