At Willig, Williams & Davidson, we understand that negotiating strong and effective collective bargaining agreements is essential for the continued vitality of the labor movement, and the continued existence of our union clients within that movement. That is why our labor law attorneys bring strategic focus to contract negotiations – we know that our clients’ success will be measured by the contracts that they negotiate for their members.
Willig, Williams & Davidson’s team of labor lawyers is comprised of tough and experienced negotiators with an established record of success. We know how to use our legal expertise to secure fair contracts for our union clients. Our labor attorneys can assist in virtually every phase of contract negotiations, including contract analysis, drafting proposals, strategic planning, political action, public relations, and protection of our clients’ interests in the event of a work stoppage. We can serve as chief negotiator or as a background member of the team. But whatever our role, Willig, Williams & Davidson understands the importance of negotiating strong collective bargaining agreements and we have earned our reputation by helping our union clients achieve that goal for their members.
6,000 UPS Teamsters Ratify Strong 5-Year Contract March 3, 2015 In February 2015, more than 6,000 UPS workers represented by Teamsters Local 710 overwhelmingly approved a new five-year contract that provides improved wages and benefits for UPS employees in Illinois, Iowa and Indiana.
PA Medical Center Files for Chapter 11 April 11, 2012 The fate of Saint Catherine Medical Center, found to be ineligible for participation in the Medicare program because of serious deficiencies that placed patient health and safety in immediate jeopardy, has been placed in the hands of a court-appointed trustee.
Judge Halts Erie County Nursing Home Workers' Pension Changes December 29, 2011 AFSCME lawyer from Philadelphia, filed paperwork in Erie County Court asking a judge immediately to halt the changes so that the union can dispute the changes before the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board and also challenge the constitutionality of the pension plan changes.
Teamsters Local 676 and Willig, Williams & Davidson Win Paycheck Fight for New Jersey Public Employees August 5, 2011 New Jersey labor and employment attorney Laurence Goodman’s legal victory in a dispute over unpaid wages for Teamsters Local 676 and a group of New Jersey public workers was the subject of a recent article in the Times of Trenton. The case involved East Windsor Township’s improper denial of wages to employees in violation of their collective bargaining agreement. Attorney Goodman and the Teamsters union overturned the pay reduction at arbitration, then successfully defended the arbitration victory in the face of an employer appeal
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