In addition to handling the full spectrum of traditional labor relations matters before the NLRB, Mr. Stuart also defends employers before state and federal courts, the EEOC and state agencies in prevailing wage, discrimination, sexual harassment, restrictive covenant, ERISA and wage and hour matters.
Representative Reported Cases
- Framan Mechanical Inc. 343 NLRB 53 (2004) (NLRB overruled the administrative law judge and concluded that a construction contractor did not unlawfully discharge multiple union supporters during an organizational campaign).
- People Care, Inc. 327 NLRB 814 (1999) (successfully defended health care employer against allegations of bad faith bargaining).
- Sansla, Inc. 323 NLRB 107 (1997) (successfully defended a construction contractor in connection with allegations that a union contract extended beyond a single project to all of the company's operations).
- Control Services, Inc. 319 NLRB 1195 (1995) (successfully defended a janitorial company against allegations of mass refusal to hire union members).
- Schnabel v. Abramson, 232 F.3d 82 (2d Cir 2000) (case of first impression where Second Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed summary judgment in favor of the employer on ADEA claim).
- Cement and Concrete Workers District Council Welfare Funds v. Structural Preservation Systems, Inc. 1999 U.S. App Lexis 29674 (2d Cir. 1999) (court affirmed decision of district court after multi-day ERISA bench trial that construction contractor did not agree to make benefit fund contributions beyond a single project).
- Jersey Dept. of Labor v. P&R Construction, Inc. 1997 WL359042 (N.J. Adm), 97 N.J.A.R.2d (LBR) 43 (successfully defended public construction contractor in 3-day prevailing wage bench trial involving Department of Labor's attempt to impose the penalty of debarment).