The National Labor Relations Act is the federal statute governing labor-management relations between unions and private sector employers outside of the airline and railroad industries. It is administered by the National Labor Relations Board. While the statute primarily regulates labor-management relations in a unionized context, it also applies to certain employee protected concerted activity in a non-unionized context.
We have experience with the National Labor Relations Act and the National Labor Relations Board. We have litigated both unfair labor practices and union representation disputes. In addition, we have experience handling grievance arbitrations, negotiating collective bargaining agreements, counseling on work stoppages (strikes, lockouts, and picketing) and other pressure tactics such as corporate campaigns, advising on neutrality, framework, and card-check agreements, and litigating duty of fair representation cases. If you are an employee, union, union officer or member, or business in need of help with a labor relations issue, please call us today at (626) 808-HELP (4357) for a free, no obligation case evaluation.