Who's Who in Labor

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Who's Who in Labor


The White House announced that President George W. Bush granted recess appointments to the following individuals:

Ronald E. Meisburg, General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board. Meisburg previously served as a Member of the National Labor Relations Board under a recess appointment made by President Bush on December 26, 2003.

Arthur F. Rosenfeld, Director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. Rosenfeld is currently General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, having been unanimously confirmed by the Senate in 2001.

Peter N. Kirsanow, Member, National Labor Relations Board. Kirsanow is a partner at Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff LLP, in Cleveland, Ohio. He represents management in employmentrelated litigation, as well as in contract negotiations, NLRB proceedings, EEO matters, and arbitration.

The White House announced on January 17, 2006, that President Bush granted a recess appointment to Dennis R Walsh to be a Member of the NLRB. Walsh's nomination is currently pending in the Senate. He previously served as a Member of the NLRB from December 30, 2000 to December 20, 2001 under a recess appointment by President Clinton, and again under a regular appointment by President Bush from December 17, 2002 to December 16, 2004.

Ronald Meisburg, General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, has announced the appointment of Nancy Martinez as Assistant to the Regional Director in the Agency's Phoenix, Arizona Regional Office (Region 28). Ms. Martinez will assist Regional Director Cornele Overstreet in processing unfair labor practice cases and representation petitions filed in Region 28, which services Arizona, New Mexico, two counties in Texas and three counties in Nevada.

National Labor Relations Board's General Counsel Ronald Meisburg has announced the appointment of Paul Lund as Regional Attorney in the Agency's Cleveland, Ohio, Regional Office (Region 8). Mr. Lund will be responsible for the supervision of legal work in NLRB cases arising in Region 8, which services the state of Ohio north of Columbus, including, Toledo, Akron, and Cleveland.

The Senate agreed to confirm judge Samuel A. Alito Jr. to be an Associate Justice on the United States Supreme Court. Alito was sworn in as associate justice by Chief Justice John Roberts shortly after the Senate's January 31 vote.

General Counsel Ronald Meisburg of the National Labor Relations Board has announced the appointment of Rosalind Eddins as Deputy Regional Attorney in the Agency's Memphis, Tennessee Regional Office (Region 26). …

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