Trevor Caldwell represents public and private employers in labor relations and employment law matters. His labor relations practice focuses on negotiating collective bargaining agreements, contract administration, arbitration, and representing clients before state and federal agencies. Trevor provides labor relations advice and counsel to clients with the understanding that parties to a collective bargaining agreement, whether in the private or public sector, are in an ongoing relationship that will outlast the disputes that invariably arise.
Trevor counsels employers of all sizes and across a variety of industries on a multitude of employment-related issues. He uses a proactive approach, including employment advice, counseling, and training, to assist employers in crafting solutions that are best suited to their unique workplaces. Trevor frequently provides trainings for business owners, managers, and employees on topics such as harassment and discrimination, documentation practices, workplace investigations, and union organizing.
Trevor previously served on active duty as a captain in the U.S. Army and has been a member of the Oregon National Guard since leaving active duty. He currently serves as an attorney in the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate (JAG).
Serves as counsel in the areas of contract administration, discipline and discharge, performance management, and grievance processing with the aim of maximizing operational efficiency while maintaining labor peace.
Advised numerous law enforcement agencies on labor relations issues unique to law enforcement officers, particularly in the areas of discipline and discharge.
Advised employers on the collective bargaining implications of acquisitions and plant closures.