Scott M. Wich


Mr. Wich is a regional attorney focusing on providing local, regional and national clients with services concerning management-related labor and employment issues. Bringing his training and background in business and human resources management to this area of the law, Mr. Wich is heavily involved in working with clients, ranging from small local companies to international businesses, to provide comprehensive solutions to labor and employment problems, including advice on day-to-day legal issues, labor-management relations, employment policies and management training seminars. In his practice, Mr. Wich seeks to provide each client with prompt, value-added advice in an efficient, individualized manner as a preventative measure against employee-related problems, while offering dedicated and vigorous representation when claims are asserted.

Mr. Wich has extensive experience in representing management in all aspects of labor relations, including union organizing drives, collective bargaining, contract administration, arbitrations and unfair labor practice proceedings.

He has successfully represented clients in federal and state court trial and appellate litigation, including unlawful discrimination and harassment, breach of contract, defamation and wage & hour claims. He has also successfully defended clients before several federal and state government agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, state & local equal employment opportunity agencies and departments of labor as well as the National Labor Relations Board.

Mr. Wich has been a contributing author to SHRM's HR Magazine, the American Bar Association's FMLA Midwinter Report, the American Bar Association's FLSA Midwinter Report and the ABA/BNA Fair Labor Standards Act Treatise.


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