WHB Hosts Annual Houston Gulf Coast Building and Construction Trades Council Meeting

Jan 31, 2024 | Firm News

This month, we were delighted to host our annual luncheon for the Houston Gulf Coast Building and Construction Trades Council. We had the opportunity to strengthen our connections with union members through meaningful conversations and shared experiences.

Our enduring partnership with the Houston Gulf Coast Building and Construction Trades Council is a testament to our dedication to building stronger communities and fostering unity, fairness, and prosperity through our enduring support for local unions and their members.

Special thanks to our guests, Executive Secretary Paul Puente and attorney Nicole Perdue, Of Counsel to Perdue & Kidd, for their participation. A great way to start the new year!

Decades of Support for Local Unions

For decades, Williams Hart & Boundas has supported and advocated for the rights of labor union workers all across the United States. Based in Houston, Texas, our attorneys and staff have always worked hard to help and achieve justice for labor union workers who got hurt or lost their lives while working.

We know how important labor unions are for workers everywhere. We’re proud of the support we’ve provided to local labor unions in Houston and nearby areas. When it comes to the rights of hardworking Americans, we’re always ready to assist. Our goal is to strengthen our relationship with local union chapters. We’re always eager to help these organizations in any way we can.

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