Daniel A. Adlong

Shareholder || Orange County

Mr. Adlong focuses the majority of his practice representing employers in traditional labor issues. He regularly represents clients during union organizing campaigns and before the National Labor Relations Board.  Additionally, Mr. Adlong represents clients in collective-bargaining negotiations, labor arbitrations, and labor agreement administration.  Beyond his traditional labor practice, Mr. Adlong handles civil employment matters before state and federal courts and government agencies.  His practice involves representing employers in claims of harassment, discrimination, wrongful discharge, failure to accommodate, retaliation, and wage and hour violations.

Before joining the Orange County office, Mr. Adlong worked as an NLRB attorney.  He was lead counsel on multiple unfair labor practice trials and conducted numerous investigations regarding alleged unfair labor practice allegations.  As an NLRB attorney, he also handled many representation petitions from filing through election. 

Mr. Adlong is also fluent in Spanish and performs investigations, witness interviews, and trial preparation in both English and Spanish.

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Mr. Adlong’s experience includes:

  • Representing clients in distribution, warehousing, security, healthcare, trucking, transportation, food production, aerospace and automotive industries during union organizing campaigns;
  • Representing clients who desire card-check neutrality agreements;
  • Representing clients before the NLRB in unfair labor practice trials and representational case hearings;
  • Representing clients during labor arbitrations regarding all aspects of discipline and contract interpretation;
  • Serving as chief negotiator during first contract collective-bargaining negotiations; and
  • Training supervisors and managers regarding maintaining a union-free environment.

Education

  • J.D., J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University, 2008
  • B.A., (English) Brigham Young University, 2005

Admittance to Practice

  • California

Speeches

  • Ogletree Deakins Labor Law Solutions - "Why Do They Do That? Behind the Curtain with a Board Agent" - Las Vegas - December 7, 2018