COUNCIL ON LABOR LAW EQUALITY
COLLE is a not-for-profit national association of labor relations executives and in-house counsel of US companies that meets to discuss current labor relations decisions of the NLRB, state and federal courts and local legislatures that impact US business. Members represent companies from a wide range of industries and are advised by several preeminent labor lawyers.
For almost 35 years, the Council on Labor Law Equality (COLLE) has monitored the activities of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and court decisions regarding the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).
The sessions include high-level discussion of recent NLRB cases, presentations by members of recent settlements, networking, and sharing best practices regarding current and emerging labor issues.
Guest speakers frequently include NLRB members and staff, and labor experts from government agencies and relevant organizations.
The group adheres to a strict policy of confidentiality while promoting open sharing of information among members.
- Three meetings annually in a confidential, interactive setting.
- Ongoing monitoring of NLRB decisions to ensure laws and precedents are followed.
- Access to experienced peers and expert legal counsel.
- Guest speakers from the NLRB and other key agencies.
- Updates on important legal decisions and legislation.
- Washington insiders’ views on political climate and its impact on the NLRB.
The 2018 membership fee is $8000.