Labor Dispute Attorneys
A labor dispute can cripple your business and your production. If you are facing a dispute with a union, you need knowledgeable legal guidance from a labor dispute lawyer.
At Wessels Sherman Joerg Liszka Laverty Seneczko P.C., we provide employers with comprehensive employment and labor union services. Our attorneys are skilled trial lawyers and negotiators. We will help you resolve your labor disputes and union labor matters in a cost-effective manner.
Don't let a labor dispute impede your business. Contact the labor dispute lawyers at our firm to discuss your matter.
Help With All Types of Labor Disputes
Our attorneys are skilled at handling labor disputes for businesses throughout the country, including:
- Strikes: We can help you understand your rights and responsibilities as an employer throughout a strike, including your ability to hire temporary or replacement labor. We also assist employers develop strike avoidance strategies.
- Unfair labor practices: We represent employers who are accused of unfair labor practices as referred to in the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), such as interfering with union activity or discriminating against an employee based on their union membership.
- Compliance issues: Our lawyers represent employers accused of failing to comply with government regulations, such as Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards, Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN), child labor laws and wage and hour laws.
- Collective bargaining: The labor dispute lawyers at our firm can help you negotiate collective bargaining agreements with your employees under state and federal labor laws. We will also be ready to represent you in arbitration or litigation to help protect your business interests.
Contact Our St. Charles, Milwaukee, Davenport, Minneapolis and Chicago Unfair Labor Practices Lawyers
We are ready to help you resolve your labor disputes and move your business into the future. Contact our firm to discuss your labor law matters.