ADAM C. ABRAHMS is a Member of the Firm in the Labor and Employment and Health Care and Life Sciences practices, in the firm's Los Angeles office, where he serves as a member of the firm's Labor Management Relations practice group. He has devoted his practice almost exclusively to aiding employers in developing strategies to remain union-free and, in organized operations, to securing and expanding management rights.
Represents clients before the National Labor Relations Board and other federal and state agencies, and in federal and state courts
Counsels and represents management on maintaining non-union status including union organizing and representation elections, corporate campaigns, supervisory education and training, preventative programs, and response strategies
Negotiates initial and successor collective bargaining agreements, mid-term negotiations, effects negotiations, and closing agreements, including strong pro-employer management rights, arbitration, successorship, and zipper clauses, and multi-unit, multi-location, multi-employer, and multi-union bargaining
Represents employers in unfair labor practices proceedings and arbitrations
Articles in the National Law Review database by Adam C. Abrahms