Remembering Warren H. Pyle (1933-2019)
The lawyers and staff of Pyle Rome Ehrenberg mourn the passing of senior founding partner Warren H. Pyle on December 29, 2019.
Warren spent nearly fifty years advancing the cause of workers at every level and in every sector – from food and retail workers, to police officers and firefighters, to college and university faculty. He proudly and expertly represented a wide variety of labor unions, including locals of the United Steelworkers, the United Food and Commercial Workers Union, the Service Employees International Union, the International Association of Fire Fighters, and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, as well as faculty unions at Boston University, Emerson College, Berklee College, and Wentworth Institute. Warren was long considered the dean of the labor bar in Boston and beyond, striving to vouchsafe and improve workers’ rights as he guided and mentored generations of lawyers to do the same.
Until the very last, Warren continued to take an active interest in the work of the firm and the important issues facing working people and the unions that represent them. We will miss him dearly and are proud to carry on the fight in his name.