Bryan Arnault’s practice is primarily focused in labor and employment law. His representation of private and public sector labor unions involves providing the legal services necessary to successfully navigate the challenges that labor organizations encounter in the modern workplace. Bryan advises clients in all facets of the labor relationship, including union organizing and representation elections, collective bargaining, counseling during the grievance process, and advocating on their behalf in arbitration, National Labor Relations Board proceedings, or other litigation. Through his counsel, Bryan seeks to develop and maintain a positive and productive working relationship between the employer and the union.
Bryan’s representation of individual employees involves addressing a variety of employment-related issues, including employment discrimination claims, negotiating severance agreements, and defending and enforcing restrictive covenants. Whether negotiating the terms of separation or representing the client in court, Bryan zealously represents the interests of the client.
Bryan also represents employee benefit funds on a variety of benefits issues, including the collection of delinquent fringe benefit contributions under ERISA, the breach of apprenticeship loan agreements, and any associated litigation.
A Central New York native, Bryan enjoys spending his time outside the office with his family and friends. Bryan’s hobbies include marathon training, attempting to relive his glory days on the soccer pitch, and relentlessly supporting Syracuse University athletics.