Mr. Buttrick is also the team leader of the firm's labor management relations practice group.
He represents employers in proceedings before the NLRB, in arbitrations, and in contract negotiations.
Mr. Buttrick has defended and prosecuted numerous unfair labor practice charges before the NLRB and regularly represents employers in unfair labor practice trials.
He also has defended employers in hundreds of state and federal court employment cases in 23 states and multiple federal Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mr. Buttrick regularly gives national presentations to employer and trade groups on a variety of labor relations and union avoidance issues, litigation practice and avoidance, workplace harassment, employment discrimination law, document retention and other HR topics.
He graduated magna cum laude from Indiana University School of Law - Robert H. McKinney School of Law, and devotes his practice to counseling and representing employers in labor and employment matters.
Mr. Buttrick received his undergraduate degree in History from DePauw University where he received the Charles and Mary Beard Senior Seminar Award (awarded to the outstanding senior history major), was a William Wallace Carson History Scholar, and was a member of the Mortar Board National Collegiate Honor Society.