RAYMOND G. HEINEMAN, Esq.
Raymond G. Heineman
Tel: (732) 491-2104
Fax: (732) 491-2120
Mr. Heineman is a Partner of KHPP, where he concentrates his practice in labor and employment law on behalf of Unions and Taft-Hartley Benefit Funds. He regularly appears on behalf of labor unions before the National Labor Relations Board, the PubHe Employment Relations Commission and other state administrative agencies, and before the State and Federal Courts. He also appears regularly before grievance arbitrators in both the private and public sectors, advocating on behalf of both private and public sector Unions in contract interpretation and disciplinary disputes. He has considerable experience in negotiating collective bargaining agreements and Project Labor Agreements on behalf of Unions and handling issues relating to handbilling, picket lines, and other forms of concerted action.
In addition to counseling labor unions regarding labor management issues, Mr. Heineman counsels labor unions regarding internal union matters and compliance with respect to the employees of Unions. Mr. Heineman has represented unions is a diverse array of trades and professions, including the building trades, health care professionals, police and firefighters, transportation workers, university professors, musicians, stage hands, newspaper employees, industrial employees and public sector employees.
Mr. Heineman was a member of the adjunct faculty of the Rutgers University Institute of Labor & Management Relations and taught labor law and collective bargaining courses at the undergraduate and graduate level from 1995-2014. From 1979 to 1989, he served as a Field Examiner with Region 22 of the National Labor Relations Board, where he was involved with the investigation and resolution of unfair labor practice and representational disputes. While employed at the NLRB, he served as President of Local 22 of the National Labor Relations Board Union. He frequently speaks and writes about legal issues affecting labor and management.
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