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Corinne Osborn

Corinne Osborn

Associate

Corinne M. Osborn is an associate in the Labor & Employment Law Department and a member of the Labor-Management Relations Group. She represents clients in federal and state litigations, arbitrations, and administrative proceedings, and counsels employers on a wide range of labor and employment matters.

Corinne acts as the primary spokesperson in collective bargaining negotiations, and counsels clients on labor strategy, day-to-day contract administration and labor issues. She also has significant experience conducting wage/hour audits and investigations. Corinne has counseled clients with respect to a variety of employment matters, including employment discrimination, wage and hour issues and reductions in force. Her clients encompass a wide variety of industries, including newspaper and publishing, television, performing arts, financial services, higher education, and utilities.

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Stuck With It: Labor Board Forces Employers to Recognize Bargaining Units that Contain Employees of Two or More Separate Employers

Returning to a decision it made 16 years ago (but was overturned just 4 years after that), the National Labor Relations Board has once again ruled that it will certify a bargaining unit containing individuals from two or more separate employers without those employers’ consent. In Miller & Anderson, Inc., Case 05–RC–079249 (July 11, 2016), … Continue Reading

The National Labor Relations Board says “Happy Labor Day” with Flurry of Late Summer Pro-Union Moves

While some people may have been on vacation at the end of August, the past few weeks have been extremely busy at the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or “Board”), with a series of decisions that will continue to make it easier for unions to organize non-union employers. Virtual Organizing Has Arrived! The General Counsel … Continue Reading
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