is a partner at the firm. His practice involves handling traditional labour law matters under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), including collective bargaining negotiations; administration of existing collective bargaining agreements; arbitration proceedings; development of and training management on union-free strategies; assessing vulnerability and responding to union organising; defending against unfair labour practice charges; and analysing and developing labour law strategies for M&A, reorganisations and desired operational changes. Keith also counsels clients regarding the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), employment discrimination investigations and claims, employee hiring, discipline and termination, and reductions in force and WARN compliance, as well as conducting supervisor/manager training on labour and employment law topics. He is a frequent presenter and author, and for the past eight years has been a contributing editor for the following ABA/BNA titles and their yearly supplements: covenants not to compete; employee duty of loyalty; trade secrets; and tortious Interference in the employment context.
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