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Labor Unions
New York Labor Law Lawyers

New York City Labor Union Lawyers

O'Dwyer & Bernstien has experienced lawyers who understand both the law and the dynamics of labor-management relationships and internal union affairs. We can make a tremendous difference in helping unions and their elected administration to be as effective as they can.

Unions in New York and throughout the nation face more challenges now more than ever in a climate that seems to grow more hostile by the year. At O’Dwyer & Bernstien, LLP, we are proud to represent unions and have been serving their interests in New York City and beyond for more than 100 years. We have a well-deserved reputation as fierce advocates for unions and labor leaders and possess the resources necessary to address all of the issues unions face in our modern economy.

Our Lawyers Take Care Of You So You Can Take Care Of Your Members

Full-Service Counsel For Unions And Union Leaders

Our experienced attorneys provide the full support that unions require. We handle every conceivable issue for unions, including organizing, picketing campaigns, union elections, grievances, arbitrations and unfair labor practices cases.

We regularly counsel our clients on strategies to support their organizing goals through various models of top-down and grassroots organizing, including picketing, area standards publicity, hand billing, corporate campaigns and reserve gate issues.

Serving The Next Generation Of Labor Leaders

In addition to our strong support for our union clients’ current leadership, we are also committed to training and education for the next generation of labor leaders. Our attorneys regularly speak at meetings of key labor and business principals, participate in shop steward training sessions, and contribute articles of interest and education to our clients’ membership publications.

O'Dwyer & Bernstien lawyers have decades of labor law experience serving unions in both the private and public sectors throughout New York. We know labor organizations and the complex issues and difficult problems they face.

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