A Tradition of Experience
Whether helping a Fortune 100 company navigate the rapids of a complex merger or acquisition, handling a union representation election or renegotiating an expiring union contract, Epstein Becker Green’s Labor Management Relations attorneys command the experience and resources to serve their clients wherever they are located. EBG’s attorneys let the record speak for itself.
With offices throughout the United States, each hosting resident partners concentrating in traditional labor-management relations and National Labor Relations Board proceedings, EBG’s Labor attorneys collectively possess more than 700 years of experience representing employers large and small in all aspects of labor-management relations. Our attorneys have represented companies in virtually every industry in the United States.
A Tradition of Service
EBG’s attorneys have literally done it all when it comes to labor relations, and our professional credentials rival those of any other firm in the United States. With backgrounds ranging from service with the National Labor Relations Board, the United States Department of Labor, the United States Justice Department, the White House, Congress, and state and local agencies regulating labor-management relations in the public and private sector, EBG’s attorneys have been involved in the formulation and enforcement of national and state labor policy at the highest levels.
That collective experience includes representing private sector, not-for-profit and government employers in all aspects of labor-management relations, including: union organizing campaigns; union corporate campaigns; representation and decertification cases before the NLRB and state agencies; unfair labor practice proceedings before the NLRB and state agencies; advice and counsel with respect to mergers, acquisitions and reorganizations; prosecution and defense of damages claims by and against labor organizations; strikes, secondary boycotts, picketing and hand-billing, mass demonstrations and violence or vandalism.
And EBG’s attorneys have successfully represented employers in literally hundreds of grievance-arbitration proceedings (including disciplinary, discharge or contract interpretation grievances) and contract negotiations (including bargaining for multi-employer associations and single employers with multi-state and national contracts).
A Tradition of Excellence
EBG’s Labor attorneys stand committed to providing our clients with the team to match your goals. Whether tackling the challenges created by a union organizing drive or corporate campaign, or providing advice and counsel with respect to labor unrest or strikes, EBG’s attorneys ably represent your interests by meeting your needs, on time, on budget, and with the quality all have come to expect from EBG.
Regardless of the client’s size, or its status as a public or private sector entity, our goal is always the same – to define and achieve the client’s objectives in a manner that is sensitive to financial and time constraints, as well as to the client’s overall business interests. And because ongoing communication is essential to the process, we place high priority on being easily accessible to our clients.
- New York State Bans Workplace “Captive Audience” Meetings
- Federal Government Continues Initiatives to Limit Employer Opposition to Union Organizing
- NLRB Issues Final Rule on Joint-Employer Status, Answering a Major Question No One Asked
- NLRB Delivers Labor Day Gifts to Unions
- NLRB Issues Final Rule on NLRB Election Procedures; Returns to “Quickie Election” Procedures