About this office:
FordHarrison is a U.S. labor & employment law firm with more than 200 attorneys in 27 offices, including five affiliate firms. The firm is committed to providing clients with the "right response at the right time" in managing their workforce. FordHarrison attorneys represent employers in labor, employment, immigration and employee benefits matters, including litigation. Through its membership in the global employment law firm alliance, Ius Laboris, FordHarrison provides clients that have multinational operations with a broad range of services related to labor and employment law in 44 countries throughout the world. For more information on FordHarrison, visit fordharrison.com. To learn more about Ius Laboris, visit iuslaboris.com.
Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Statement of Practice Summary:
Labor and Employment Law representing Employers, including Employment Litigation, Discrimination, Harassment, Class Action Litigation, ERISA Litigation, Affirmative Action, Wrongful Termination, Wage and Hour Law, ADA/FMLA, Airline Labor Law, Labor Union Organizing, Collective Bargaining, Arbitration, Layoffs and Plant Closings, Mergers, Acquisitions and Restructurings (Labor), Employment Contracts, Trade Secrets, Employment/Business Torts, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Business Immigration, Employee Benefits, Multi-Employer Pension Plans, Workplace Safety and Workplace Violence.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
NLRB Strikes Down Work Rule Prohibiting Off-Duty Employee Access to Company Property
Adam T. Dougherty,Suheily Natal, May 16, 2014
Executive Summary: On May 1, 2014, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued an order finding that Piedmont Gardens, a retirement community, violated § 8(a)(1) of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) when it implemented and enforced a policy restricting off-duty employee access to...
Potential Antitrust Liability in the Employment Context
Michelle Brauer Abidoye,John F. Allgood,Edward B. Carlstedt,Suheily Natal Davis, February 12, 2014
Executive Summary: Although direct information sharing by competitors of product pricing has long been a basis for triggering findings of antitrust violations, other types of agreements and information sharing have raised antitrust concerns in the employment context. For example, employees in the...
Year Established: 1978
CDW Corp.; City of Chicago; CNH Global NV; Dresser, Inc.; H.J. Heinz; Kellogg; Sara Lee Foodservice.
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