6 Lab. Rel. Law. Letter [i] (1974-1975)

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Section Of Labor Relations Law o Ile American O, Asr i aWoD
                                                                   1155 E. 60th St., Chicago, Illinois 60637


VOLUME VI, NUMBER 1, NOVEMBER 1974

           PREVIANT TAKES OVER
           AS SECTION CHAIRMAN

 David K. Previant of Milwaukee took office as
 Chairman of the Section for 1974-75 at the final
 business session of the Honolulu meeting. Mr.
 Previant, who is a partner in the firm of Goldberg,
 Previant and Uelmen, has served this past year as
 Chairman-Elect and has been a member of the
 Council of the Section since 1964.
   Elected as Chairman-Elect was Leonard S. Janofsky
 of the Los Angeles firm of Paul, Hastings, Janofsky
 and Walker. Mr. Janofsky is a past president of the
 State Bar of California and has been a member of the
 Council since 1966.
.J The new Secretary is Professor Florian Bartosic of
the Wayne State University Law School. Professor
Benjamin Aaron of the University of California Law
School was elected Secretary-Elect.
  New members of the Council elected at the Annual
  Meeting are: Thomas F. Hilbert, Jr., labor counsel for
  General Electric Corporation; Bernard F. Ashe,
  general counsel of the New York State Teachers
  Association; and, Stephen. Reinhardt of Bodle, Fogel,
Julber, Reinhardt and Rothschild in Los Angeles.
  George E. Bodle, who was Section Chairman in
  1972-73 was elected Section Delegate to the House of
Delegates.


      COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN NAMED

The lineup of Committee Co-Chairmen of the Section
for 1974-75 has been finalized as follows:
  Committee on Antitrust and Labor Relations Law


Robert S. Katz
Suite 1512, Amfac Bldg.
700 Bishop Street
Honolulu, HI 96813


Herbert Lee Segal
1010 Republic Bldg.
Louisville, KY 40202


Committee on Development of the Law under the
        National Labor Relations Act


Evan J. Spelfogel
c/o Dewey & Associates
140 Broadway
New York, NY 10005


Laurence J. Cohen
Suite 801
1125 - 15th Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20005


        Kurt L. Hanslowe
        Cornell Univ. Law School
        Ithaca, NY 14850
Committee on Development of the Law of
  Union Administration and Procedure


William F. Lubersky
Room 800, Pacific Bldg.
Portland, OR 97204


Benjamin Schlesinger
1250 Broadway
New York, NY 10001


Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity Law
as It Affects Labor Relations, Development of Law,
            Practice and Procedure


           INSTITUTE ON PENSION
             REFORM ACT OF 1974

 An institute sponsored by the Section of Labor
 Relations Law on the recently enacted Employee
 Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 has been
 tentatively scheduled for the Mayflower Hotel in
 Washington, D.C. on April 24-25, 1975.
 The institute, which will be patterned after the
 highly successful institute on Equal Employment
 Opportunity Law sponsored by the Section last May,
 will include comprehensive coverage of the highly
 complicated provisions of this important new
 legislation, as well as those regulations which have
 been developed by that time.
 Section members are urged to mark their calendars
 for these dates.

Copyright  1974 American Bar Association


Robert K. McCalla
28th Floor
225 Baronne Street
New Orleans, LA 70112


Elliot Bredhoff
1000 Connecticut
  Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20036


        Howard J. Anderson
        1231 - 25th Street, N.W.
        Washington, DC 20037
        Committee on Law of
Federal Government Employee Relations


Louis Aronin
6815 Alter Street
Baltimore, MD 21207


A. L. Zwerdling
Ste. 505, 1140 Connecticut
  Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20036


Committee on Federal Labor Standards Legislation


Robert Lewis
261 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10016


William A. Widmer III
29 LaSalle Street
Chicago, IL 60603

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