- Labor Relations Strategy
- Unfair Labor Practice Issues
- Labor Arbitration
- Labor Litigation
- Union Relations Issues
Frank F. Rox, Jr.
Frank F. Rox, Jr. served as a Senior Trial Attorney with the National Labor Relations Board for more than 30 years. Over his long tenure, he handled some of the most challenging and difficult work within the NLRB’s Atlanta Regional Office and has served as the office’s lead attorney in federal district court litigation. He has a wide breadth of knowledge in both the substantive and procedural aspects of the National Labor Relations Act.
The Obama NLRB has adopted an aggressive enforcement posture that promises many difficult changes in the administration of the Act. These changes will adversely impact employers who wish to remain union free. Frank assists clients in navigating NLRA problems posed by the expanded reach of the Board – including the institution of micro-bargaining units, changes to the union election process, controversial decisions involving social media, employer confidentiality rules, off-duty employee access to employer property, dues check-off after expiration of the contract, and employee discipline.
In addition to helping clients navigate the evolving changes to Board law, Frank has also assisted clients in defending ULP charge allegations and prepared the best defenses possible to enable employers to achieve dismissals of non-merit charges by employees and unions. Frank’s practical advice is invaluable to clients wishing to avoid trouble with the NLRB.
J.D. and B.A., Emory University
Southern Methodist University
State Bar of Georgia (Served as an officer and Chair of the Labor and Employment Law Section.)
American Bar Association – Labor and Employment Section