As a member of the firm's Labor and Employment practice, Emily Erdman is dedicated to providing thoughtful and effective counseling and representation on a wide array of labor and employment-related matters. She works closely with employers to develop strategic approaches to address the complex and often delicate workplace issues that they face. Chief amongst her goals is to assist clients in instituting appropriate policies and procedures to avoid disputes and comply with both state and federal law.
Emily began her career as a field attorney in Region 32 (Oakland) of the National Labor Relations Board, where she gained hands-on experience adjudicating and litigating unfair labor practice charges. Prior to becoming an attorney, she participated in the a Teach for America program as a high school special education teacher. Emily's experiences have helped her become a strong advocate, adept at breaking down complex legal challenges while remaining sensitive to each client’s diverse needs.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Emily Erdman