Collective Bargaining on Behalf of Texas Cities
The lawyers at Denton, Navarro, Rocha & Bernal, P.C., handle negotiations between several client cities and their police and fire unions with a proactive philosophy. Our Texas law firm prepares city management to enter negotiations by closely examining the costs of the proposed contracts and advising the city how to effectively consider the contract issues.
Our approach is to minimize conflicts and find areas of agreement as bargaining points. We educate cities to understand how the employees think and to discover what issues are going to be most important to them. Denton, Navarro, Rocha & Bernal, P.C., helps cities find a way to give the employee group something they want while making sure the city gets what it needs.
With prior experience working as employees of public entities, our attorneys have an in-depth understanding of how to address all issues related to employee contracts, including employee benefit disputes, wage and hour disputes, grievance and arbitration procedures, job duties and comparability with other employee groups' contracts. Our firm has experience in collective bargaining, as well as meet-and-confer negotiations.
Emphasizing Common Ground and Cost-Effectiveness
By emphasizing common ground instead of conflict in collective bargaining and negotiations, Denton, Navarro, Rocha & Bernal, P.C., enables cities and government entities to conclude contract talks on a generally positive note, while protecting the interests of the public they serve.
We know that going to trial is often a waste of our clients' money, so we do not stir up unnecessary litigation wars. Instead, we strive to minimize conflict and financial costs while maximizing the strength of our client's position.