NYPD Trial Room and Union Arbitration Attorney
When a criminal charge or accusation of misconduct leaves you facing disciplinary charges and specifications before an arbitrator, a board of education committee, the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH), the NYPD Trial Room, or in any other union disciplinary proceeding, it is important to seek the legal advice and counsel of an experienced attorney — one who has handled these types of cases before and who has the knowledge and resources needed to provide you with an effective defense.
At the Brill Legal Group, that is exactly what you get. We have more than a decade of experience and have handled thousands of cases involving county, state and city union members from the CSEA, Local 1, DC 37, New York State Division of Parole, teachers, New York City police officers and others facing disciplinary hearings. We know what questions to ask, how to prepare effective arguments, and most importantly, what to do in order to protect your license and employment.
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Different unions and groups have their own disciplinary review boards, whether that is the OFE, the NYPD Trial Room or another board or forum. Our professional licensing attorneys handle cases in front of these boards both effectively and efficiently. While we strive to negotiate a favorable outcome for our clients, we realize that negotiations aren’t always effective. In these circumstances, we will aggressively protect your interests in arbitration.
We Are Committed to Serving Your Interests
In many cases, unions have an attorney or attorneys who are assigned to represent you. However, some of these lawyers may not have your best interests at heart: it is, after all, the union that pays them and the union that keeps them employed. Their allegiance may not be primarily to you, but to the union, and they may be afraid to “ruffle the feathers” of those who the union prefers to be left alone. Therefore, it may be to your benefit to retain the services of a lawyer outside of the union’s “in crowd.”
If you are a union member facing penalties for misconduct at work, or are under investigation for criminal activity, the experienced attorneys at the Brill Legal Group will provide aggressive representation in all administrative hearings.
Contact us today for a free initial consultation. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. Your call will always be answered, no matter what time of day.