Businesses and organizations of all sizes and types call on Mr. Mathison to advise them on labor and employment law issues in the workplace. His practice involves litigation and advising for unionized and nonunionized employers.
He has substantial experience working with employers on union-related, traditional labor law matters, such as union election and decertification campaigns, labor negotiations, unfair labor practices, administrative hearings, grievance arbitrations, and strike litigation.
Mr. Mathison represents clients in state and federal courts, and before the NLRB, ICE, EEOC, the Minnesota Department of Human Rights, and many other agencies.
He is a creative negotiator and has extensive experience with various methods of alternative dispute resolution like mediation and arbitration.
Mr. Mathison represents employers in connection with the full spectrum of laws governing the workplace, including federal and state labor laws; state and federal discrimination, disability and leave laws; and wage and hour matters.
He received his JD, magna cum laude, from Hamline University School of Law.