is a partner who is a recognized thought leader in the field of traditional labor, particularly in areas unique to the healthcare, transit and manufacturing sectors, such as criminal background mandates, licensure requirements, Drug Free Workplace requirements, FTA Drug and Alcohol Program, commercial driver’s licenses, and Section 13(C) requirements. Grant also regularly counsels and represents a number of municipal entities, including boards, authorities, courts, cities, school districts and townships. Grant’s wide-ranging administrative practice enables him to advise and assist clients nationally on virtually all aspects of labor and employment law, including collective bargaining, grievance arbitrations, unfair labor practice proceedings, wage and hour matters, unemployment, employee handbook and personnel policies, Teachers' Tenure Act proceedings, and hearings. His practice involves providing advice and counsel on matters governed by the NLRA, the ADA, the FMLA, and the FLSA, and OSHA issues, as well as many other employment-related statutes.
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