Speaker, Todd Lyon, will examine arbitrator-recognized rules of interpretation and dissect typical labor contract articles like management rights, seniority, and various types of benefits language. Then, Todd will carefully wade into dangerous arguments of past practice and transfers of bargaining unit work providing attendees with a path to winning your next grievance. Through a series of hypotheticals, attendees will have an opportunity to test their skills in the wilds of interpreting a collective bargaining agreement. Bring your Collective Bargaining Agreement
Thursday, October 25, 2018
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
OAHU – Central Union Church Training Facility
Members - $250
Non-Members - $400
Includes refreshments, lunch and seminar materials.
About our Speaker
Todd Lyon is a partner in the Fisher Phillips Portland and Seattle offices. He has been a labor lawyer for over 20 years, representing public and private sector employers in labor negotiations, collective bargaining grievance and interest arbitrations, strikes/lockouts, relocation and closures, and other litigation involving employment law and benefits. Todd has negotiated collective bargaining agreements for employers in construction, aerospace, manufacturing, warehousing, food processing, transportation, hospitality, healthcare and public sector.
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