At the Bennett Law Firm, our focus on labor relations and employment law enables us to offer only the finest in experienced legal labor and employment guidance. We specialize in aggressively avoiding unionization and are at the forefront in developing preventative policies and procedures, training, avoiding and (if necessary) resolving employment disputes (including alternative dispute resolution), negotiating collective bargaining agreements and defending litigation arising from employment disputes.
The firm prides itself on long lasting, ongoing relationships with its clients, both large and small. We are dedicated to standing alongside our clients in order to meet their challenges successfully, with quality service delivered in a cost effective manner. And, we are committed to prompt client service because we understand that when a client needs our services, he or she also wants our immediate attention. Our clients appreciate our philosophy and hands on aggressive approach, which has helped build and maintain many long-term relationships. The best evidence of a job well done is a satisfied client — a cornerstone of our practice.
The firm’s lawyers have depth and experience in labor law, civil litigation and alcohol licensing in front of all forums including state and federal courts and administrative agencies such as the National Labor Relations Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Maine Human Rights Commission, the New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, Alliance of Alcohol Industry Attorneys and Consultants and the Department of Labor. All attorneys are members of several bar associations, and are active in the community and continuing education programs.
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No Solicitation No Distribution Policy Is Crucial To Staying Union Free
THE BENNETT LAW FIRM, P.A., was founded over fifty years ago by its namesake, Herbert H. Bennett, a well known and nationally prominent trial lawyer whose practice focused on representing management on issues of labor and employment law.