12 Lab. & Emp. L. 1 (1982-1983)

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                                  )y                    VOLUME X11, NUMBER 1, SUMMER 1982
SECTION OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW OF THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION e 1155 EAST 60TH STREET, CHICAGO, ILUNOIS 60637


Meeting in San Francisco


Tfie Section of Labor and Employment Law has com-
pleted its plans for the program to be held at the
Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California on
August 7-11, 1982. Program cochairmen Harry J.
Keaton of Los Angeles and Robert Pleasure of
Washington, DC, urge Section members to finalize
their reservations and arrangements for the Annual
Meeting immediately. Section headquarters and pro-
grams will be located at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.
  At this year's meeting a variety of subjects of current
interest in labor relations will be discussed. Topics
include: 1980 ERISA     Amendments, Crisis
Bargaining in the Eighties, New Trends in NLRB
Law, New Developments in Affirmative Action
-Including Age Discrimination and Sexual Har-
rassment, Labor Law Impact on Business Transac-
tions-Including Antitrust Developments Affecting
Labor Law and Labor Law Considerations in Sale
and Acquisitions of Business, and Public Sector


Labor Law-Including Budget Cuts and the Bargain-
ing Process, Strike Litigation  and  Remedies.
Highlights of the program include the Annual
Review of Supreme Court Decisions in Labor Rela-
tions to be presented by Section Secretary Professor
Jan P. Vetter of the University of California at
Berkeley, and a luncheon presentation by the
Honorable Stanley Mosk, Justice of the California
Supreme Court.
  A new feature of the program will allow for
management and labor comments on the views of a
number of our honored guests. These include NLRB
Chairman John Van de Water, Department of Labor
Deputy Under Secretary Robert Collyer, Professor
Vetter and Justice Mosk. Many of the Section's Com-
mittees will meet at various times throughout the pro-
gram; there will be a cocktail reception on Monday
evening, August 9; and the Section's Annual election
of officers will be held on Wednesday, August 11.


CHAIRMAN'S COMMENT


The Annual Meeting in San Francisco is fast ap-
proaching and this will be the last newsletter prior to
the Annual Meeting. Harry Keaton and Bob Pleasure
have assisted in obtaining a fine
program that I know will be of
interest to all of you. On pages
3-6 of this issue is a complete
schedule of the program. You
will notice that we are jointly
sponsoring a session on the 1980
ERISA Amendments with the
Labor Law Committee of the
Young Lawyers Division on Mon-
day, August 9 and a Wednesday Charles G. Bakaly, Jr.
afternoon program on Public Sector Labor Law with
the Section of Urban, State and Local Government.
  We are pleased to have as the luncheon speaker at the
Wednesday Annual Luncheon an outstanding jurist,
Justice Stanley Mosk of the California Supreme Court.
Justice Mosk authored the majority opinion of that Court
in Bakke v. Regents of the University of California. He
will speak on Affirmative Action and Discrimination.


Copyright  1982 American Bar Association


  Inasmuch as this is the last newsletter of my term as
Chairman of the Section, I would like to take this op-
portunity to thank all of the Council Members and Of-
ficers of the Section, Committee chairpersons, and the
members of the Section for their cooperation and as-
sistance during this past year. This has been an out-
standing year for the Section. Our membership is at an
all time high and our goals for maintaining a sound
financial position, developing procedures for protect-
ing our jurisdiction on issues involving labor and
employment law, strengthening the Committee struc-
ture, and cooperating with other Sections and Com-
mittees in the presentation of programs in the labor and
employment law area have been met.
  We are still attempting to secure passage by the
House of Delegates of suggested changes in the law of
breach of duty of fair representation, and we still hope
to publish and distribute The Developing Labor Law,
Second Edition before the end of the year.
  The main work of the Section continues to be in the
work performed by the outstanding Committees of the
                            (continued on page 7)


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