Drew E. Lunt
Drew Lunt focuses his practice on representing management in labor relations matters. This includes representing clients in representational and unfair labor practice proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), collective bargaining negotiations, and arbitrations. He also advises clients in managing their day-to-day labor relations obligations and provides union avoidance support and training. Mr. Lunt has represented clients in a broad range of industries, including the aerospace, manufacturing, construction, distribution, hospitality, media, and entertainment industries.
Prior to joining McKenna Long and Aldridge LLP, Mr. Lunt worked as a Field Attorney at the NLRB and on the Labor & Employment team of a law firm in Nashville, Tennessee.
- Represented a large airplane manufacturer in a twelve-day hearing before a hearing officer of the NLRB in connection with a union’s petition seeking to expand an existing geographically-restricted bargaining unit to include employees nationwide. A decision is currently pending.
- Represented an aerospace company in a hearing before a hearing officer of the NLRB in connection with a petition seeking to clarify the composition of a bargaining unit after a organizational restructuring by the client. A decision is currently pending.
- Represented an production company in negotiations for a single-production collective bargaining agreement.
- Represented an aerospace company in the successful decertification of a union as the bargaining representative of manufacturing employees at a newly acquired facility.
- Represented a trucking company before the NLRB regarding unfair labor practice charges alleging the client unlawfully relocated work to a new facility.
- Represented a newspaper company before the NLRB regarding unfair labor practice charges alleging the client unlawfully withdrew recognition from the union as the representative of its employees after merging with another newspaper company.
- Represented a trade show company in the arbitration of a grievance related to the termination of an employee for a failed drug test.
- Represented an electrical contractors’ association in submitting a new apprenticeship program for approval by the Department of Labor.
- Represented electrical contractors in collective bargaining negotiations and in interest arbitration proceedings.
- J.D., University of Arizona, 2003
- B.A., University of Utah, 1999