Representing management in the full range of unionized labor matters.
At Morgan, Brown & Joy we have been advising and representing employers on complex union issues since 1923. The insight gained through nearly a century of labor law experience enables us to help clients avoid costly missteps, protect corporate interests, and build mutually beneficial relationships with employees.
Helping employers avoid labor conflicts is the foundation of our labor law practice. We work with clients to ensure they follow proper labor practices. For workforces considering unionization, we provide employer education and legal guidance to help their employees make informed decisions. For unionized organizations, we are a trusted management partner, spokesperson and negotiator, protecting our clients’ interests at the bargaining table or during grievance arbitration hearings.
Wealth of knowledge
Morgan, Brown & Joy has one of the largest and most accomplished labor law teams in the nation. Our deep bench of legal expertise enables us to draw on a well of experience encompassing virtually any labor matter. In the private sector, our attorneys represent clients in a broad range of labor disputes, including cases before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), courts of appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court. In the public sector, our lawyers regularly appear before state labor agencies and state courts representing municipal and government clients in labor disputes.
Working at the forefront
Labor law has expanded and evolved in recent years and Morgan, Brown & Joy is in the vanguard. We advise clients in key areas of emerging law—such as the application of labor law to non-unionized employees, efforts to contract employers’ rights to direct their workforce, and the emergence of union organizing among university faculty and graduate students. We also keep clients abreast of decisions by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Our attorneys are active in labor law committees of the American Bar Association (ABA) and state bar associations, as well as industry-specific associations, helping craft industry policies and best practices.