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Stephen provides various services to clients in the labor area, including representing management in arbitration, National Labor Relations Board elections, objections to elections including pre and post-election conduct, collective bargaining, strikes and injunctions, and unfair labor practice charges.
Stephen has extensive experience handling issues before the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, including preparing Affirmative Action Plans, assisting clients in responding to Compliance Reviews, and ensuring compliance with the applicable Executive Order and Regulations.
Stephen further provides counsel to clients on immigration matters and assists in the preparation and filing of various immigration petitions with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on behalf of employers, including H-1B, TN, L, and permanent residency. Stephen also has experience representing employers in investigations conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
Stephen also speaks regularly to various organizations and clients on all of the above topics.
Blog Posts by
Stephen B. Maule
OSHA Issues Clarification on Workplace Safety Incentive Programs and Post-Incident Drug Testing
By Stephen B. Maule on October 22, 2018
For the past couple of years, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has enforced a rule that prohibits employers from retaliating against employees for...
Minimizing the Risks of a Form I-9 Inspection
By Stephen B. Maule on July 10, 2018
Employers have a continuing obligation to make sure they are compliant with current Form I-9 requirements. Failure to comply can result in significant money penalties...
Start Planning Now For The Upcoming H-1B Visa Filing Deadline
By Stephen B. Maule on January 19, 2018
Employers looking to hire foreign workers in certain professional positions that require an H-1B visa would be wise to begin the process early in 2018....
Many Jurisdictions Increase Their Minimum Wage Rates in 2018 and Beyond
By Stephen B. Maule on November 27, 2017
While the federal minimum wage is set to remain at 7.25 per hour, several states will increase their minimum wage at some point during 2018....
The Missouri Bar, Member
American Bar Association, Member, Labor and Employment Law Section
Bar Association of Metro St Louis, Member
American Immigration Lawyers Association, Member
National Human Resources Association, Member
Bloomberg BNA, Editor, Developing Labor Law
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