If you are a union member, your collective bargaining agreement may give you additional rights that are not available to all employees under the law. When disputes arise under a collective bargaining agreement, they are generally resolved through the grievance and arbitration process, rather than litigation. Some unions require their members to be represented by the union’s attorneys during the grievance and arbitration process, while others allow their members to retain their own attorneys.
Korder Law can provide legal advice to union members regarding their collective bargaining agreements and the grievance and arbitration process and representation, if the union allows it.
If you are a union member seeking legal advice or representation, contact Korder Law now.