Labor Law - Management involves the legal representation of employers and their management in all facets of federal, state, and local labor law and in managing their relationships with employees and, where present, labor unions.

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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