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In addition, John has represented unionized companies as chief spokesperson, negotiating collective bargaining agreements and providing advice on contract maintenance and grievance resolution. He has assisted non-union companies in remaining union-free and responding to union organization efforts. His representation of both groups has involved strike/picket line management, supervisory training, policy development, and a wide variety of dealings with the NLRB, EEOC, and other administrative agencies on employment-related issues. John has appeared as a speaker on labor-related issues before numerous groups.
John is a graduate of St. Louis University School of Law (1977) where he graduated with honors and served as an Editor of the Law Review and the University of Michigan (1974) where he graduated with distinction. He has been a member of the Indiana Bar Association for over 30 years, has 4 children, enjoys playing golf, hockey and bridge and is an avid fisherman.
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