Baker Wyche, a practicing attorney for 35 years, has extensive experience in the fields of litigation, labor relations and employment law. His experience includes providing advice to employers in various industry groups about human resource management, strategic planning, risk analysis, and employment litigation defense. Baker has provided counsel to employers during union campaigns, representation elections and decertifications as well as to employers faced with a bargaining obligation. His experience includes arbitration of numerous disputes arising under collective bargaining agreements and under employment and severance agreements. Elected to The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers, Baker graduated from Vanderbilt University, where he received a doctor of jurisprudence degree and B.A. degree, with a major in business administration and minor in economics.