Larry Hall has represented management for over 30 years in traditional labor law matters under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).
His practice involves all facets of the employer-union relationship, including collective bargaining (both contract renewal and decision/effects), representation case matters, unfair labor practice litigation, arbitrations and providing legal advice to employers in union organizing attempts or responding to union corporate campaigns. In contract negotiations, Larry has developed a sub-specialty related to incentive (engineered standards) and gainsharing compensation systems, as well as cellular and just-in-time manufacturing systems. Larry has extensive experience advising employers on continuing operations during strikes and lockouts, including the use of replacement workers.
He represents clients in labor relations issues arising out of mergers and acquisitions and other successorship business transactions (including employee related due diligence issues and NLRA successorship law), construction labor relations, joint employer and leased employee issues, the law governing multi-employer bargaining, plant closing laws (including the WARN/plant closing mass layoff statue and its state law counterparts) and employee handbook matters. Larry's practice is international in scope, with clients coast to coast and in multiple Canadian provinces.