Epstein Becker Green Achieves Victorious Result in Union Election Concerning Security Operations
At an NLRB-conducted election on July 22, 2011, a team of Epstein Becker Green attorneys helped a client, the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC ("Museum"), achieve an important victory — namely, the Museum's security forces voted not to be represented by a new security guards union.
Epstein Becker Green attorneys represented the Museum at the NLRB hearing, where the inclusion of lieutenants on the security force in the proposed bargaining unit was pivotal to the outcome of the election. By a 2-to-1 margin, the security forces voted not to organize.
This is Epstein Becker Green's third straight success representing institutions where a union sought to organize security operations.
The Epstein Becker Green team representing the Museum included Member of the Firm Kara M. Maciel.