Find Lawyers in Montgomery, Alabama for Labor Law - Management
Bruce Downey was admitted to the Alabama State Bar in 1972. He received his A.B. in 1965 and his J.D. in 1972 from the University of North Carolina after service in the U.S. Navy, including a tour with the River Patrol Force in the Republic of Vietnam during 1967-68. Bruce was a member of Phi Delta Phi and was on the staff of The North Carolina Law Review. He received an LL.M. in Labor and Employment Law in 1977 from George Washington University while serving as resident partner in the firm&r...
Chuck is a trial lawyer of over 37 years whose practice focuses primarily in the defense of national and international corporations in product liability, employment, toxic tort, commercial, intellectual property, and catastrophic personal injury matters. Licensed in Alabama and Tennessee, Chuck’s extensive litigation experience is national in scope. He has handled a wide variety of cases in Alabama, Arizona, North Carolina, Texas, California, Massachusetts, Georgia, Mississippi, Tenness...
Handles lead-counsel responsibility for large or complex cases Repeatedly obtains favorable rulings on key motions Draws upon years of experience attained at the side of local federal judges to help clients formulate strategies for successful resolution of litigation Uses oral advocacy to effectively obtain desired result Advocate and advisor to clients Drafts or revises personnel policies and employee handbooks Recommends action for employers facing trouble with employees Conducts fact-findi...
Labor Law - Management Definition
Representation of private employers is subject to federal jurisdictions pursuant to the National Labor Relations Act and Railway Labor Act, and includes: advising and handling representation petitions and disputes, decertification and de-authorization elections, unfair labor practice and carrier interference charges and proceedings, union jurisdictional disputes, negotiation of collective bargaining agreements, arbitration of union grievances and contractual disputes, managing and responding to labor strikes, lockouts, picketing and concerted activities, representation in federal and state court injunction proceedings, and managing and responding to union boycotts and corporate campaigns.
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