Anna Dailey is Managing Partner of the Charleston Office. Her experience in handling a variety of labor and employment matters for clients enables her to become a trusted partner when problems arise. She works with clients in a variety of industries, including energy, manufacturing, and health care, helping them protect their assets and reputation while navigating through challenges and managing risk.
Understanding that a company’s human capitol can often lead to complicated, costly and even damaging issues, Anna works quickly to get to the root of the problem while mitigating her client’s risk and exposure. She has steered clients through a myriad of issues, including advising management about union organizing campaigns, providing supervisory training, conducting internal investigations, and handling collective bargaining negotiations. Knowing that each company has different objectives and problem solving processes, Anna adapts her strategy to fit the circumstances. With a unique mix of business savvy and legal acumen, she is capable of stepping into a case at any point to guide clients through their problems while maintaining the requisite level of discretion.
Steering clients through a multitude of issues is her greatest priority, whether advising management during union organizing campaigns; providing supervisory training; handling or advising on collective bargaining negotiations; and if needed, assistance in preparing for strikes and litigation associated with strikes. She has negotiated contracts with the UMWA, USW, Teamsters, Operating Engineers, UFCWU, and the SEIU.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Anna M. Dailey
The National Law Review named Dinsmore & Shohl as a Go-To Thought Leader for the firm’s Ohio COVID-19 news and for articles providing Coronavirus guidance to human resource professionals. Dinsmore provided frequent updates addressing Ohio’s legislation seeking to expand telehealth access, Ohio’s law granting immunity to essential workers, and the Ohio Treasurer’s COVID-19 community response initiative designed to ease cash flow to local governments. Furthermore, Dinsmore’s authors received unprecedented readership addressing more general employer concerns such as OSHA guidance on mask-wearing, employer-mandated vaccines, and specific alerts developed for HR managers to help them keep pace with the numerous changes during these turbulent times. Dinsmore’s most prolific and well-read authors include Jared M. Bruce, Anna M. Dailey, Hayley Geiler, Thomas W. Hess, Jennifer Orr Mitchell, Jacqueline N. Rau and Faith C. Whittaker.