Sophisticated Representation for Both Labor and Management
Hogan Marren Babbo & Rose, Ltd. offers a team of seasoned attorneys experienced in representing labor unions and management in a full range of labor and employment law matters. Having worked both sides of the labor/management table, we are able to provide our clients with well-informed perspectives that not only address complex legal and regulatory requirements, but also critical business demands.
The attorneys in our Labor and Employment Practice work with a broad client base, ranging from labor organizations, Taft-Hartley Trust Funds, employer organizations and labor-management cooperation committees (LMCCs), to for-profit and non-profit institutions operating in healthcare, education, construction, restaurant and hospitality, municipalities and many other sectors of the economy. Our diverse client base positions us to think outside of the box. We draw upon our experiences in many different industries to develop creative and workable solutions for clients facing all types of labor and employment matters, including:
- Affirmative action and OFCCP compliance
- Arbitration and mediation
- Employment contracting
- Employment litigation
- Human resources compliance
- Labor-management relations and labor-management cooperation committees
- Labor negotiation
- Non-competes, non-solicitation and trade secrets
- Wage and hour
Regardless of whether we are representing an employer, employee, labor union or other related entity, our legal team is committed to delivering comprehensive quality representation at highly competitive rates. We are prepared to help our clients navigate and resolve labor and employment law disputes arising in all forums, including advocating for our clients in alternative dispute resolutions, grievances, arbitrations and unfair labor practice proceedings, as well as litigating cases in both federal and state court. Our lawyers also represent labor and management interests before the National Labor Relations Board, the Illinois Labor Relations Board, Joint Arbitration Boards and other administrative agencies, including, but not limited to the U.S. Department of Labor, Illinois Department of Labor, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Illinois Human Rights Commission.
At HMBR, our attorneys help clients adopt measures that prevent problems and foster strong employee and employer relations. As part of our commitment to a productive and positive workforce, we work with clients to develop strategies aimed at minimizing legal costs, while promoting a highly effective workplace and business. Whether our attorneys are developing sexual harassment policies or employee handbooks, or providing training seminars to the client’s employees, we believe that it crucial for both management and employees to have a complete understanding of how state and federal laws impact the workplace.