Larry has substantial experience drafting, reviewing and updating employment contracts, employee handbooks and other types of employment policies, such as arbitration agreements, alcohol and drug policies, and confidentiality agreements. Larry's labor relations practice includes similar reviews and advice on collective bargaining agreements as well as providing "at the table" representation in labor negotiations. Client counseling is also part of Larry's day-to-day practice with particular emphasis on unionization issues, employee discipline and termination, and discrimination and harassment.
Additionally, Larry has presented hundreds of human resources and employment and labor law lectures and educational and training programs for public and private employers throughout the Pacific Northwest. He regularly conducts in-house supervisory training for employers, non-profit organizations and industry associations throughout the country. Larry has also served as an adjunct professor teaching labor law at Lewis and Clark Law School.
Larry's clients include:
- Auto dealerships
- Food processors
- Grocery retailers
- Home health agencies and medical laboratories
- Trucking and warehousing
- Public agencies and districts
- National and regional telecoms
- Forest products
- Steel manufacturing
- Financial services and banking