Labor Law & Unfair Labor Practices
Worldwide Federal-Sector Labor Law Attorneys | Washington, D.C.
Passman & Kaplan, P.C., Attorneys at Law, in Washington, D.C., represents unionized workers, labor organizations, and their representatives, who are federal employees, in a wide range of federal labor law cases.
Our federal labor law attorneys are very knowledgeable about the rights and responsibilities of unions and their members, including federal labor unions. We handle collective bargaining, labor disputes, disciplinary hearings, and other federal labor law issues in negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and in court. Contact Passman & Kaplan today for a consultation.
Representing Unions and Union Members
Our lawyers primarily focus our federal labor law practice on building and maintaining healthy relationships between unions, employees and employers. This entails assistance with issues such as:
- Collective bargaining
- Union elections
- Training and legal compliance
- Filing grievances and resolving disputes
Our experience in these cases has helped us earn both local and nationwide recognition as a firm dedicated to ensuring that the rights of unionized workers are respected and protected. Whether it is at the bargaining table or at an arbitration hearing, we have the knowledge and experience you and your union need to make your workplace a better place.
Unfair Labor Practices Representation
At P&K, we take pride in representing unions and union members in unfair labor practices (ULP) complaints. We work with union members who are federal or private sector employees, and we understand the processes unique to each. If you are a union or union member who suspects unfair labor practices, or if your employer is interfering with your right to unionize, rely upon our attorneys to represent you before:
- The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) for private sector employees
- The Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) for federal employees
- The Public Employee Relations Board (PERB) for D.C. government employees
We also handle bargaining impasses before the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service.
Contact us today if you would like to obtain more information about our federal labor law practice or if you have questions about the other ways in which we represent federal civil service employees. Nearby clients in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia often choose to come to our office for clients for an in-person consultation, and we offer a long-distance consultation for federal employees nationwide and abroad.