Bruce's practice focuses on representing management in the entire range of labor and employment law matters. His clients are in all major sectors of public agencies. His practice includes fair employment practice and labor-management consultation; representation in unfair labor practices and other proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board and the Public Employment Relations Commission; advice concerning union organizing campaigns; labor negotiations; grievance and interest arbitrations; and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Washington State Human Rights Commission, Department of Labor, and wage/hour matters. He provides preventive counseling to clients to avoid or minimize the risk of litigation. Prior to studying law, Bruce was a field examiner for the National Labor Relations Board.
Collective Bargaining — Involved in multiple bargaining negotiations, representing management.
Interest Arbitration — Extensive experience representing employers in arbitrations to determine wages, hours and working conditions.
Unfair Labor Practices/Grievances — Regularly represents employers in all facets of unfair labor practice and grievance arbitration.