The public sector infuses seemingly routine employment issues with unique considerations.

Whether addressing the sanctity of public funds, public disclosure and open public meeting laws, constitutional property and liberty interests, qualified immunity, or substantive and procedural due process, we help employers navigate the constellation of public employer duties and obligations in relation to both their represented and non-represented work forces. We also represent public employers in the context of civil service commission hearings, before the Public Employment Relations Commission, and in interest arbitrations. Over the past twenty-five years, we have represented cities, counties, police departments, firefighter departments, public housing authorities, public utility districts, educational institutions, and public hospital districts.

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