David J. Pryzbylski became interested in labor relations early on in high school, having grown up next to several of the largest steel mills in the world. Fittingly, Mr. Pryzbylski now is a member of Barnes & Thornburg LLP’s Labor & Employment Department. Building on his life-long fascination with labor law, Mr. Pryzbylski concentrates his practice on traditional labor matters. Specifically, he routinely assists clients with developing union-avoidance training, drafting collective bargaining agreement provisions, developing collective bargaining negotiation strategies, decertifying and withdrawing recognition from unions, developing arbitration strategies, responding to unfair labor practice charges, defending employers in representation elections, trying cases before the National Labor Relations Board, and appealing National Labor Relations Board Orders to Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal. Mr. Pryzbylski also is a member of the department’s strategic response team, which helps clients face emerging union issues.
Articles in the National Law Review database by David J. Pryzbylski
David J. Pryzbylski and his work on the Barnes & Thornburg Labor Relations Blog has been selected for a National Law Review Go-To Thought Leadership Award. Mr. Pryzbylski is a true expert on the NLRB, and his writing chronicles what our readers need to know about what’s going on with Labor law issues, and how it may impact employers and their businesses. His coverage is extensive, his knowledge impressive, and he faithfully chronicles developments in this ever-changing field of law. You can subscribe to Barnes & Thornburg Labor Relations blog here.