Kameron Murphy published an article, “Ambushed: The NLRB’s New Election Rules Make Life More Difficult for Employers,” in the December 2015 newsletter of the St. Louis Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC). In the article, Kameron summarized the substantial changes in union election rules imposed by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the challenges those new rules can bring for employers covered by the NLRB, and steps employers can take to prepare for a possible union organization.
Kameron W. Murphy is a member of the firm’s Education Law and Labor & Employment practice areas. Kameron advises clients on labor relations, wage and hour issues, personnel policies, and in employee discipline and termination matters. He also represents employers in Missouri and Illinois on labor law issues including union election campaigns, collective bargaining negotiations, grievance resolution and arbitration, and unfair labor practice proceedings. Prior to joining Tueth Keeney, Kameron practiced in commercial litigation for a well-respected mid-sized St. Louis firm. He has extensive experience in all phases of litigation in Illinois and Missouri state and federal courts.