Dedicated to serving the needs of management.
The lawyers of Scott, Scriven & Wahoff LLP are dedicated to providing high-quality legal representation in a cost-effective manner to public and private employers throughout Ohio. Committed to exclusively serving the needs of management, we understand the legal problems employers face and strive to creatively solve those problems. Our manageable size, our commitment to representing employers and our highly qualified attorneys are a combination that allows us to provide unparalleled representation for our clients.
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Columbus OH 43215
Labor & Employment Law Practice
Scott, Scriven & Wahoff LLP attorneys practice traditional management-side labor law, such as negotiations, arbitrations, union avoidance, unfair labor practice charges, and other traditional labor law matters. We defend claims and lawsuits before state and federal courts and agencies on a variety of matters, including wrongful discharge and discrimination cases of all types under Title VII, the ADEA, ADA and parallel state laws. We counsel employers on wage and hour, COBRA, FMLA, ADA, plant closing-WARN Act issues, United States Department of Transportation, and personnel issues. In addition to our extensive private sector practice, we represent counties, cities, school districts, Boards of MR/DD and other public entities.
Collective Bargaining is a mainstay for our practice. We have negotiated hundreds of contracts with the Ohio Education Association, Ohio Federation of Teachers, the Ohio Association of Public Sector Employees and other labor unions. In addition, our attorneys have negotiated agreements with the United Auto Workers, United Steelworkers, and the Glass, Molders and Pottery Union and have handled hundreds of arbitrations against unions in the private sector. Our attorneys are experienced in traditional bargaining, concentrated bargaining, interest-based bargaining, and hybrids of these approaches. We regularly grapple with difficult bargaining topics, including school finance, reductions in force, insurance, retirement incentives, and fringe benefits.
Ms. Bauer represents employers on labor and employment matters and education law issues. She was previously a staff attorney for the Ohio School Boards Association where she frequently consulted with boards of education, as well as researched, wrote and trained on various school law matters. Prior to OSBA, she was staff counsel at the Ohio Legislative Service Commission, where she was assigned to the House Insurance Committee.
Ms. Bauer has been published in the Ohio School Law Journal as well as various Ohio School Boards Association publications. She is a 2005 cum laude graduate of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and a summa cum laude graduate of Kent State University where she majored in History and Political Science.