Posts Tagged ‘workplace bullying’
Workplace Bullying and its Legal Implications for Unions
Bullying in the workplace is not a new phenomenon. However, in recent years much attention has been paid to workplace bullying and the problems it poses for employees and employers alike. In the unionized workplace, there is, of course, another party involved: the union. This paper addresses some of the union’s rights and responsibilities with […]
Brian J. LaClair Offers Opinion Regarding Union-Represented Employees in Bloomberg BNA’s article titled "Employment Attorneys Urged to Be Creative When Pursing Workplace Bullying Litigation"
Reproduced with permission from Daily Labor Report, 57 DLR C-1 (Mar. 25, 2013). Copyright 2013 by The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (800-372-1033) On 3/25/13, Bloomberg BNA published an article titled: “Employment Attorneys Urged to Be Creative When Pursuing Workplace Bullying Litigation”, by Anna Kwidzinski. This article mentioned, among others, attorney Brian LaClair’s opinion regarding […]
Blitman & King Attorney Brian J. LaClair Presents at ABA Conference Regarding Bullying in the Unionized Workplace
Brian J. LaClair, an associate at Blitman & King LLP, presented on issues of workplace bullying at a recent American Bar Association conference in Miami, Florida. Brian discussed union counsel’s perspective on the issue of workplace bullying, particularly how bullying implicates unions’ and union members’ rights and responsibilities with respect to the collective bargaining agreement, […]