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Brian Garrison concentrates his practice in the counseling and representation of management in labor relations and employment matters. He has represented employers in arbitrations, contract negotiations and various types of traditional labor law matters before the National Labor Relations Board. Brian has defended and prosecuted unfair labor practice charges, represented employers in unfair labor practice trials, advised clients during union organizing campaigns, and developed strategies to help employers remain non-union.Brian's practice also involves representing employers in employment litigation before state and federal courts and in administrative charges before federal, state and local agencies. He has handled appellate work before multiple federal Circuit Courts of Appeal and argued before the Indiana Supreme Court.Brian regularly counsels clients on day-to-day human resources matters, including advising on disciplinary and termination issues, drafting and enforcing employment agreements, implementing and administrating employment-related policies, and complying with state and federal employment-related statutes, regulations and ordinances. He is a frequent author and presenter to employer and trade groups on employment-related issues, including union avoidance, labor relations, wage and hour compliance, workplace harassment, equal employment opportunity, hiring and firing, and other human resources and personnel-related topics.Before joining Faegre Baker Daniels, Brian served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Michael M. Mihm in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois. He also was a member of Teach for America and taught social studies in the Chicago Public Schools.
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