We have a rich history of protecting our clients’ best interests.

WLJ represents a variety of industries in labor arbitrations, union elections and contract negotiations.

30 + years of experience

Years of experience representing companies in labor relations matters.

1 top tier ranking

Band 1 designation of WLJ’s Labor & Employment team in Arkansas by Chambers USA.

Let us put our experience to work for you.

What frustrates you about labor & employment law is just another day at the office for us.

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Attorney John D. Davis

John D. Davis

Partner

Little Rock, AR

John’s background as a construction project manager and business owner provides him with first-hand knowledge of the challenges faced by employers and human resource professionals. When he is not working with Mid-South employers, John spends time with his wife and together they enjoy their two young grandchildren and tending to a pecan orchard on a family farm.

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Regina Young

Regina A. Young

Partner

Little Rock, AR

When litigation arises, Regina first seeks to understand her clients’ goals, and then leverages her extensive experience in state and federal court to defend against wrongful discharge claims, state and federal claims of unlawful discrimination, and various employment-related actions.

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For more than 30 years, our attorneys have represented companies in connection with a variety of labor relations matters, including union avoidance, collective bargaining, labor arbitration, NLRB charges, labor disputes, and work stoppages.

We provide assistance with negotiating collective bargaining agreements with unions. After a collective bargaining agreement is in place, we provide support to the company in the interpretation and administration of the agreement.

If a grievance is filed by an employee or the union under the terms of a collective bargaining agreement, we provide guidance to the company on processing the grievance through the grievance procedure. If the grievance is submitted to binding arbitration, we act as the company’s representative at the arbitration hearing.

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