Labor Law Successful Outcomes

The following provides some examples of representative matters which
the attorneys in our labor law practice group successfully resolved for our clients:
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Edart Truck Leasing Inc. v. Teamsters, Local 443 (prevailed in grievance arbitration over layoff before the Connecticut State Board of Mediation and Arbitration).

IATSE, Local 84 v. The Bushnell Center For The Performing Arts (prevailed in grievance arbitration alleging violation of collective bargaining agreement section concerning crew size before the American Arbitration Association).

James Gambone v. American Medical Response (termination of Union President upheld following lengthy arbitration before the American Arbitration Association).

State of Connecticut v. Connecticut State Board of Labor Relations (representing the State of Connecticut, prevailed in Connecticut Supreme Court in case of first appellate interpretation of state statute involving classification of managerial employees excluded from collective bargaining).

Town of Thompson v. AFSCME, Council 4, Local 1303-031 (successfully awarded in interest arbitration the ability for the Town to enroll new hires in a defined contribution plan instead of Connecticut’s Municipal Employees Retirement System plan).

New Britain Housing Authority and AFSCME, Council 4, Local 818 (successfully defended the elimination of a position and the subcontracting of bargaining unit work before the State Board of Labor Relations).

City of Bristol and AFSCME, Council 15, Local 754 (successfully defended City’s involuntary termination of a patrol officer when it applied the mandatory age 65 retirement provision contained in the pension ordinance).

Town of Cromwell and UE, Local 222, CILU Local 83 (successfully defended the termination of an employee who covered up the illegal conduct of his son who was also a co-worker).

City of Bristol and IAFF, Local 773 (successfully defended claim of anti-union animus, discrimination and retaliation in the City’s decision to transfer the union president).

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