Drivers with the Transportation Industry are frequently members of labor unions whose terms and conditions of employment are governed by a Collective Bargaining Agreement. Businesses in the Transportation Industry are also highly regulated by the Department of Transportation and OSHA, requiring reliable record keeping and driver drug tests. Whether a driver is properly classified as an independent contractor, whether a driver should be paid hourly or by salary, and whether a driver is entitled to overtime pay are common questions in the industry. Labor Union organizing, government contracts and audits, workplace injuries, and discrimination claims can also interfere with productivity and profit of Transportation Agencies. Attorney Liane Janovsky brings decades of success advising and representing companies, labor unions and drivers in response to government investigations, union arbitrations, collective bargaining, and grievances. When litigation cannot be avoided, Attorney Janovsky offers decades of success in state and federal courts in Texas and California.

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