Last week, NLRB General Counsel Peter Robb issued a lengthy 20-page memorandum (GC 18-04) providing detailed guidance regarding enforcement of “Handbook … Read more
Fred Miner, a shareholder in Littler Mendelson's Phoenix office, is a core member of Littler’s Labor Management Relations Practice Group. He represents management in collective bargaining negotiations, counsels employers concerning bargaining obligations and administration of collective bargaining agreements, and is an advocate in the arbitration of disputes arising out of collective bargaining agreements and in enforcement litigation. He has represented numerous employers in administrative proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board and in related litigation, including the successful defense of unfair labor practice charges and the successful prosecution and defense of appeals in such cases.
Fred also counsels employers regarding representation proceedings, representation campaigns, and Board conducted elections. He has assisted a number of employers in developing and implementing successful union avoidance strategies.
In addition, Fred assists employers in developing and implementing personnel policies, handbooks, employment contracts, and arbitration agreements. He has successfully enforced individual arbitration agreements in federal courts with respect to a variety of employment related claims.
Fred represents employers in administrative proceedings and litigation with respect to a variety of equal employment opportunity laws, government contractor laws, wage and hour laws, and plant-closing laws.