Return of the Strike: How to Prepare for and Counter Union Strikes and Pickets

Event date:
Thursday, November 05, 2020 9am - 11am

Whether you are a non-union company or a company with a longstanding relationship with a union, strikes and picketing activity have increased dramatically over the last couple of years. Join us for a   two-hour labor relations program on how to prepare for and succeed against strikes, pickets and boycotts. 

This exciting program will examine what kinds of activity are lawful, and, most importantly, how to equip your company with the best contingency plan to counter the effectiveness of the union’s actions. HR and Labor Relations professionals will have the opportunity to explore effective lawful decisions in the face of such adversity.

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Presented by Todd Lyon and Lisa Vickery, Fisher Phillips

Sponsored by 

Thursday, November 5

9-11 a.m. – A virtual event


SHRM Member: $20 | Nonmember: $25 | Student: $15

About our presenters:

Todd Lyon is a partner in the firm's Portland and Seattle offices and co-chair of the firm's Labor Relations Practice Group. He has been a labor lawyer for over 20 years, representing public and private sector employers in labor negotiations, collective bargaining, grievance and interest arbitrations, strikes/lockouts, relocation and closures, work jurisdiction disputes, and other litigation involving employment law and benefits. Todd has also successfully litigated before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and state labor boards in both representation and unfair labor practice hearings. He 

formerly represented labor organizations in both Chicago and Seattle. 

Lisa Vickery is a partner in Portland. Lisa’s practice focuses on representing public and private sector employers in labor negotiations, labor arbitrations, and administrative hearings. She has successfully litigated unfair labor practice charges before the NLRB and state labor boards. She also advises and provides training to employers on the interpretation of collective bargaining agreements and other labor matters. Prior to joining Fisher Phillips, she worked as an associate counsel at an international union.

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