This handbook features extensive practice guidance and legal analysis for attorneys dealing with representation and collective-bargaining issues, whether representing the employees or employer.
This title is second of two publications derived from IICLE’s two-volume reference The Labor Law Handbook (2013). This handbook will serve as your most reliable reference on representation and collective-bargaining issues in federal and state labor law matters. It features extensive practice guidance and legal analysis provided by Illinois attorneys who understand the realities of labor law practice, as well as an extensive bank of research leads. Whether you represent employees, unions, or employers, you will find this publication to be an exhaustive resource that will undoubtedly be your first point of contact for all of your research needs.
Chapter 1 — National Labor Relations Board Jurisdiction
Paul J. Cherner, Klein Dub & Holleb, Ltd., Highland Park
Chapter 2 — The Bargaining Order and Related Remedies Under the NLRA
Derek G. Barella, Winston & Strawn LLP, Chicago
Chapter 3 — Representation Cases — Substantive Matters
Kenneth R. Dolin, Seyfarth Shaw LLP, Chicago and David L. Streck, Pactiv LLC, Lake Forest
Chapter 4 —Procedure Under §9 of the NLRA
Librado Arreola, Asher, Gittler & D’Alba, Ltd., Chicago
Chapter 5 — Collective-Bargaining Negotiations
John Rearden, Jr., Oliver Close, LLC, Rockford
Chapter 6 — Enforcement of Collective-Bargaining Agreements
2013 Edition: Barry M. Bennet, Robert S. Cervone, and Josiah A. Groff, Dowd, Bloch, Bennett, Cervone, Auerbach & Yokich, Chicago
2017 Updates: Paul Burmeister, Davis & Campbell L.L.C., Chicago