Employers in a variety of industries engage Brian Mumaugh to represent them when embroiled in disputes with employees.
With more than 25 years of experience, clients trust him to find practical, favorable solutions to their labor and employment issues.
Brian represents employers in a broad range of employment and labor matters including Title VII, age discrimination, FLSA wrongful discharge, breach of contract, public policy discharge, covenants not to compete, and related employee disputes in federal and state courts in multiple states across the country.
Brian also represents employers before Federal and State Administrative agencies including the EEOC, the NLRB, the NMB U.S. Department of Labor, the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, the Colorado Department of Labor, and state and federal agencies in his nationwide practice. He has comprehensive experience representing management in labor matters including representation elections and disputes, unfair labor practice proceedings, unit determinations, collective bargaining, and labor arbitration.
In addition to his work as an employment lawyer, Brian has developed a nationwide practice in traditional labor law representing management in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, transportation, airlines, railroads, mining, construction, warehousing, medical, grocery, and security and government contracting. His experience includes labor negotiations, significant labor arbitrations, labor litigation, pension and benefit issues and contract interpretation under the National Labor Relations Act and the Railway Labor Act.
Prior to joining Holland & Hart in 1989, Brian gained experience as in-house labor attorney representing a major airline in labor matters, arbitrations, collective bargaining and providing advice to management on a wide variety of labor and employment issues.