The National Labor Relations Board has had an active 2019 and 2020, with both case findings and new regulations that impact the relationship between employers, unions, and employees. This course, presented by labor attorney Paul Burmeister of Davis and Campbell LLC, will delve into the fascinating world of the National Labor Relations Board as it winds up its fourth year under the Trump administration.
Identify significant case ruling and new regulations from the NLRB in 2019 and 2020
Discuss how recent NLRB rulings may change US labor relations and employee relationships
Examine the future of the NLRB after the 2020 presidential election
Paul focuses his practice on representing business owners, companies, and educational institutions, primarily in the areas of labor and employment. Paul handles all aspects of employment litigation on behalf of employers and management, as well as general counseling on day-to-day employment matters. He also advises clients in union settings and maintaining positive employee relations. Paul spends a significant portion of his time defending clients in all manners of employment litigation, regularly appearing before the EEOC, IDHR, the National Labor Relations Board and Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board, as well as federal and state courts.
Paul has been admitted to practice and represented clients in several jurisdictions, including the State of Illinois, Seventh Circuit Appellate Court, and the Central and Northern District Courts of Illinois (where he is a member of the Trial Bar).
Paul is a member of the National Association of College and University Attorneys and the Illinois State Bar Association.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (B.A. 1991; M.A. Labor Relations, 1997)
Loyola University Chicago School of Law (J.D., 2001)
Presenter was able to convey information in an engaging fashion
Enjoyed the very engaged and knowledgable presenter of this course. Of course, Paul set the tone by owning his White Sox allegiance and Loyola educational background.
This subject would benefit from a 90 minute course. Good job on the slides of identifying issues, cases and trends.