Erik Hult has a national practice representing employers in all aspects of traditional labor law. Erik has successfully represented employers throughout the country in union organizing campaigns and elections, and he has extensive experience with a wide range of labor-management relations issues, including:
- Proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board
- Collective bargaining
- Labor arbitrations
- Neutrality/access agreements
- Strikes and picketing
- Labor relations strategy and vulnerability audits
Erik also advises employers on the labor law aspects of mergers, acquisitions, asset and stock sales, business reorganizations, consolidations, shutdowns, and bankruptcy, and he has assisted in bankruptcy court proceedings involving sections 1113 and 1114.
As a part of Erik's international practice, he assists international enterprises in a variety of matters, including developing global labor relations strategies, establishing corporate codes of social responsibility, and assisting with proceedings involving the United Nations Global Compact and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development. He works with international employers to develop labor relations strategies and human resource policies in the U. S. and Europe.
Erik also handles a variety of employment law matters, and he has assisted in the defense of class actions arising under federal and state laws.