|Author:||Philip A. Miscimarra|
|Title:||N.L.R.B. and Managerial Discretion: Plant Closings, Relocations, Subcontracting, and Automation (Labor relations and public policy series)|
|Format:||azw mbr lit lrf|
|ePUB size:||1163 kb|
|FB2 size:||1513 kb|
|DJVU size:||1434 kb|
|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Publisher:||Univ of Pennsylvannia Center for (September 1, 1983)|
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Miscimarra has authored or co-authored several books concerning labor law issues, including: . and Managerial Discretion: Plant Closings, Relocations, Subcontracting, and Automation (1983); by Philip A. Miscimarra,. Government Protection of Employees Involved in Mergers and Acquisitions (1989 and 1997 supp. ; by Philip A.
Find nearly any book by Philip A Miscimarra. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Government protection of employees involved in mergers and acquisitions (Labor relations and public policy series). by Philip A Miscimarra. ISBN 9781891496004 (978-1-891496-00-4) George Mason University, John M. Olin Institute for Employment Practice and Policy, 1997.
PHILIP MISCIMARRA, American Lawyer, Partner of MID CONTINENTAL PLATA, specializing in the field of General Practice. Corporate, Labor and Employment, Litigation, Securities and Tax Law, Bankruptcy. Inability to Pay: The Problem of Contract Enforcement in Public Sector Collective Bargaining," 43 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 703, 1982; "The Entertainment Industry: Inroads in Multinational Collective Bargaining," 19 Brit.
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The NLRB and and Managerial Discretion: Plant Closings, Relocations, Subcontracting, and Automation. An analysis of the extent to which the NLRB restricts management's ability to utilize assets. Compulsory Unionism, the NLRB, and the Courts. New Publications, 1998, Labor Relations & Public Policy. Other NLRB and Labor Policy Studies. Human Resource Management-Two Classics.
Philip A. Miscimarra was named Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board by President Donald J. Trump on April 24, 2017. Mr. Miscimarra was previously named Acting Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board by President Trump on January 23, 2017. He was first sworn in as a Member of the National Labor Relations Board on August 7, 2013 for a term that expires on December 16, 2017. He is the author or co-author of several books involving labor law issues, including The NLRB and Managerial Discretion: Subcontracting, Relocations, Closings, Sales, Layoffs, and Technological Change (2d ed. 2010) (by Miscimarra, Turner, Friedman, Callahan, Conrad, Lignowski and Scroggins); The NLRB and Secondary Boycotts (3d ed. Miscimarra is the former Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Phil leads the firm’s NLRB special appeals practice and is co-leader of Morgan Lewis Workforce Change, which manages all employment, labor, benefits, and related issues arising from mergers, acquisitions, startups, workforce reductions, and other types of business restructuring. He represents clients on a wide range of labor and employment issues, with a focus on labor-management relations, business acquisitions and restructuring, and employment litigation. Phil is the author or co-author of several books involving labor law issues, including The NLRB and Managerial Discretion: Subcontracting, Relocations, Closings, Sales, Layoffs, and Technological Change (2d ed.
by Philip A. Miscimarra Book Views: 18. Author. Government Protection Of Employees Involved In Mergers And Acquisitions by Philip A. Multinational Union Organizations In The White Collar, Service, And Communications Industries by Philip A. Miscimarra was sworn in as a Member of the National Labor Relations Board on August 7, 2013 for a term that expires on December 16, 2017. Miscimarra was nominated by President Obama on April 9, 2013 and was approved unanimously by the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions on May 22, 2013. He was confirmed by the Senate on July 30, 2013.