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Edward V. Jeffrey

Principal
White Plains

P 914-872-8060
F 914-946-1216
JeffreyE@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Edward V. Jeffrey is a Principal in the White Plains, New York office of Jackson Lewis P.C. His practice is focused on traditional labor law.

In the context of union organizing, Mr. Jeffrey has represented employers before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), provided management training, advice and counsel regarding strategy and communications, and has defended employers against unfair labor practice charges. In collective bargaining situations, Mr. Jeffrey has negotiated management-friendly contracts for employers, participated in strategic planning, provided management training and advice regarding contract administration and the preservation of management rights, and represented employers in labor arbitrations. Mr. Jeffrey also has advised employers responding to sophisticated corporate campaigns conducted by unions in the context of organizing and collective bargaining, and has participated in a number of unfair labor practice trials before the NLRB.

In addition, Mr. Jeffrey has provided management training and advice to employers regarding preventive employee relations and the avoidance of union organizing and other workplace issues.

While attending law school, he served as an Articles Editor on the Buffalo Law Review.

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February 14, 2017

‘A Day Without Immigrants’ National Strike Planned – What Can Employers Do?

February 14, 2017

Activists throughout the U.S., but focused in Washington, D.C., are planning a protest that exhorts employees not to report to work on February 16, 2017, as one measure to demonstrate what a “Day Without Immigrants” can mean to the economy. According to the Washingtonian, the campaign, which is directed at the Trump... Read More

September 27, 2016

Labor Board Rules Off-Duty Employees May Picket On Employer Premises

September 27, 2016

In a groundbreaking expansion of union rights, the National Labor Relations Board has ruled that off-duty employees have the right to picket on an employer’s premises, unless the employer can prove under the National Labor Relations Act that a ban on picketing was necessary to prevent a disruption of health care operations. Capital... Read More