Practice Areas & Industries: Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C.

 





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Practice/Industry Group Overview

Our representation of more than three dozen of the most prominent local and national labor unions has made us the preeminent union-side labor law firm in New York. We represent unions in virtually every industry--health care, construction, transportation, newspaper publishing, package delivery, hospitality, communications, distribution, manufacturing and retail food--as well as such public sector unions as fire fighters, police officers and teachers.

Working closely with both our government relations and our employment practice and, if need be, our litigation team, our labor law group provides our clients with the experience and negotiating skills necessary to navigate difficult and often frustrating political, management and legislative issues.

Our clients tap into a vast reservoir of expertise. Our team of labor attorneys includes a former New York City deputy mayor for labor relations, a New York State commissioner of labor and others from the top echelons of state and federal government.

Our labor law attorneys, frequently sought for their expert commentary, have been interviewed by such publications as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal and have appeared on national television and radio.


 

Services Available

Labor Law Services:

  • Collective Bargaining
  • ERISA
  • NLRB Proceedings
  • Pension Funds Administration
  • Internal Union Governance and Compliance
  • Arbitration and Mediation
  • Litigation of Labor Disputes
  • Administrative Proceedings
  • General Advice and Counsel
  • Lobbying
  • Union Organizing
  • Union Elections
  • Civil Rights Matters
  • Unemployment Compensation Matters

 
 
Articles Authored by Lawyers at this office:

Raising the Minimum Wage in New York State Through the Budget, Laborpress
Deanne M. Braveman,Edward Pichardo,Richard D. Winsten, April 29, 2013
As early as 1912 states began proposing minimum wage standards meant to protect women and children in the workforce. By 1920 thirteen states passed minimum wage laws. In a series of cases culminating with the 1936 case of Moreland v. New York ex rel. Tipaldo, 298 US 587, the United States Supreme...