Jason R. Stanevich concentrates his practice in representing employers in the area of traditional labor law. Jason has extensive experience representing employers in union-related matters including:
- Union avoidance, vulnerability audits, and supervisor training
- Pre- and post-petition organizing campaigns
- Decertification elections
- Collective bargaining negotiations
- Unfair labor practice litigation
- Grievance and interest arbitration proceedings
- Issues of Section 7 activity under the National Labor Relations Act in union and non-union workplaces
A significant portion of Jason's practice involves the representation of employers throughout the U.S. in all stages of pre- and post-petition organizing campaigns. In recent years, he has worked with several regional and national companies to develop union-free communication strategies and ensure legal compliance during condensed campaigns under the National Labor Relations Board's "quickie election" rules.
Jason has represented employers in the following industries:
- Health care
- Food and retail distribution
- Higher education
- Government contracting
- Public sector
Jason also routinely counsels human resource professionals on the administration of federal and state employment statutes such as:
- The Family and Medical Leave Act
- Wage and hour laws
- Harassment laws
- Paid sick leave
He also advises clients in union and non-union settings regarding the drafting and implementation of employee handbooks and personnel policies.
Earlier in his career, Jason served as assistant general counsel to the Mayor's Office of Labor Relations for the City of New York. In that position, he represented the city and its police department in hundreds of labor arbitrations and unfair labor practice proceedings.