Our clients include bus companies and distribution companies, as well as other companies with Department of Transportation regulated drivers. We provide these clients with a wide range of labor and employment services. Recent activities include:
Obtaining dismissal of a wage-hour lawsuit in federal court.
Representing several school bus companies in National Labor Relations Board elections in which the employees rejected the union.
Conducting union avoidance training.
Defending a company against a charge of race discrimination before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Representing companies in collective bargaining.
Handling grievances and arbitrations for companies under collective bargaining agreements.
Fiona Ong and Chad Horton conducted a webinar, “2023 NLRB Update: Recent Board Decisions Alter Landscape for Union and Non-Union Employers,” for the Maryland Automobile Dealers Association on November 7,
Gary Simpler successfully defended a chemical manufacturer against a grievance in which the union challenged an employee’s termination. The arbitrator found that the company had just cause to terminate the
Darryl McCallum was quoted in a October 9, 2023 National Law Journal article by Avalon Zoppo, “‘Gray Area’: Courts Grapple with Justices’ Religious Accommodation Rule.” (Subscription required for access). Darryl
J. Michael McGuire and Chad M. Horton presented a webinar, “NLRB Update 2023: Landscape-Altering Changes to Employee Handbook Standards, Paths to Unionization, and the Protected Concerted Activity Doctrine,” on September