History

The Kullman Firm was founded in 1946 with one area of practice – one focus: labor and employment law on behalf of management. The emphasis in the beginning was representing clients facing labor union challenges along with FLSA issues and other employee relations matters. We are proud of our heritage and of the pioneers in the labor and employment field who preceded us at the firm such as Fred A. Kullman, Leslie Inman, John “Monte” Bee, Carl Downing, and Fred S. “Freddy” Kullman.

The active members of the firm strive to continue this record of excellence and have hundreds of years of cumulative experience which is invaluable to employers seeking assistance in navigating their companies through today’s set of laws and regulations governing employee relations. While many laws have been added since our beginning 71 years ago (Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FMLA, OSHA, ERISA, COBRA, OFCCP and the like), we still maintain our original philosophy: one area of practice – one focus: labor and employment law on behalf of management. Due to the number and complexity of these laws, maintaining this philosophy is more important than ever as it takes a 100 percent commitment to be able to give clients the advice and guidance they need and deserve.

We invite you to draw on our 71 years of experience representing employers.