Collective Bargaining, Union Labor Negotiations & Representation of Management in Union Matters

Axley collective bargaining attorneys have a long history of advising public and private employers with regard to legal issues and day-to-day operational issues involving compliance and administration of laws under the National Labor Relations Act, the Wisconsin Municipal Employment Relations Act and other federal, state and local laws governing labor-management relations.

Axley collective bargaining attorneys also represent management in areas such as:
  • Collective bargaining-negotiation and administration of collective bargaining agreement
  • Grievance arbitration proceedings
  • Interest arbitration proceedings
  • Unfair labor practice/prohibited practice claims
  • Union decertification
  • Union organizational drives/campaigns/union avoidance

Collective Bargaining, Union Labor Negotiations & Representation of Management in Union Matters Attorneys

Client Successes

Representation of Small Contractor in Union Dispute
Dispute over unfunded mandates with Union resulting in settlement with the Union.

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