has been representing employers throughout the country in all aspects of labor relations and employment law since 1993.
practice includes defending employment discrimination cases, complying with the National Labor Relations Act, devising long-term labor objectives and strategies, advising during union organizing campaigns, handling contract negotiations and labor arbitrations, and drafting employment agreements.
also counsels human resource professionals with regard to day-to-day workplace issues, OSHA
and WARN compliance, wage-hour classifications, sexual discrimination, harassment, diversity and downsizing.
In addition, Mr. Model
assists employers in the development of employment and labor strategies required for opening new facilities, mergers, relocations, consolidations of existing facilities, acquisitions of and/or mergers with other entities, subcontracting, RIFs and drafting and reviewing buy-sell agreements for asset transactions.
has unique experience in representing construction industry clients in regard to project labor agreements, pre-hire agreements and prevailing wage laws.
Mr. Model is a regular writer on cutting-edge labor and employment law issues, and is a prolific speaker on hiring/firing, sexual harassment, pro-employee relations, as well as those topics pertaining to construction labor law.
Alan I. Model