Mr. John Albert Lambremont
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Jack assists employers on their complex labor relations matters, while keeping their business interests in focus, as well.
Labor stability and a productive, engaged workforce are key considerations for employers of all sizes. Unfortunately, even the most proactive and best-intentioned employers sometimes discover they are facing unexpected, labor-related challenges that might have a real impact on their operations. Clients look to Jack for practical, businessminded legal solutions that prevent labor relations challenges from hampering bottomline business objectives.
Jack represents and counsels management clients in connection with all types of labor and employment matters arising under federal and state laws. His practice focuses primarily on labor relations and collective bargaining under the National Labor Relations Act and the Railway Labor Act.
Jack has substantial hands-on experience working with employers of all sizes, across a broad range of industries. This wide base of experience, cultivated by more than 20 years of legal practice in the field of labor-management relations, has provided Jack with a unique perspective and understanding of the unique challenges certain employers face.
Jack prides himself on a practical approach to labor relations that draws its essence from his clients' business needs, workplace cultures, present situations, and long-term priorities. He brings a flexible approach to each engagement, and leverages the appropriate resources. Jack tailors effective legal solutions to unique challenges employers face in today's challenging marketplace.
Jack truly appreciates the quality of his fellow attorneys at Seyfarth. He always welcomes opportunities to introduce clients to his colleagues who can draw from unique insights or experiences in given areas of labor and employment law. Leveraging the broader Seyfarth attorney network has allowed Jack to provide clients with a top-notch, bespoke approach to addressing their legal and business challenges.