Labor law refers to the legal relationship between employers, employees, and trade, labor, or professional organizations, associations or unions. Labor law includes the laws and methods of:
- Collective bargaining for wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of the workers’ employment;
- Enforcing the collective bargaining agreement through administrative grievances, arbitration, and in California and federal courts;
- Seeking redress for illegal conduct by the employer or the union through prosecution or defense of unfair labor practice charges before the National Labor Relations Board or the Public Employment Relations Board;
- Organizing and holding representation, decertification, severance, and other elections relating to union status and governance; and
- Representation and defense of individual union members who are under investigation or facing adverse employment actions.
- Defense of employees before civil service commissions, personnel boards, boards, councils, arbitrators, and administrative law judges.
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