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F. Curt Kirschner Jr. - San Francisco, CA

555 California Street26th Floor San Francisco, CA 94104

Updated: 11/15/2013

San Francisco Labor & Employment Lawyer

Overview

In practice for more than 27 years, Curt Kirschner focuses on the resolution of complex labor and employment disputes, with a particular concentration on addressing employers' rights and obligations relating to disputes arising in the health care field. Curt has been designated by the American Hospital Association as its outside counsel for labor matters affecting the hospital industry...

About F. Curt Kirschner Jr.

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Partner

Practice Areas

  • Labor & Employment
  • Health Care
  • NLRB Proceedings & Appeals
  • Collective Bargaining, Contract Enforcement & Union Organizing
  • Labor & Employment Health Care Law
  • Employment Aspects of Corporate Transactions
  • Single & Multiple Plaintiff Employment Litigation

Representative Cases

  • HCA involved in SEIU election agreement arbitration (2009)
  • Port of Oakland defends against unfair labor practice charges stemming from a reduction in force (2009)
  • Sutter Health negotiates with SEIU and reaches contract settlement with CNA
  • Yale-New Haven Hospital Center settles unfair labor practice charges on eve of trial (2009)

Qualifications

Bar Admissions

  • California

Education

  • University of Michigan Law School at Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1985
    J.D.
    Honors: cum laude
    Honors: Clara Belfield Fellowship
  • University of California, Berkeley, California, 1982
    B.A.
    Honors: With Distinction

Articles

Published Works

  • EFCA's First Contract Arbitration Would Revolutionize the Labor Law Landscape, coauthor, 2009
  • Addressing Employee Issues Related to H1N1, AHA Health Care Labor Report, 2009
  • Balancing Patient and Employee Interests: Health Care Employer Responses to the H1N1 Pandemic, 2009
  • EFCA's First Contract Arbitration Provision: Why the Disinterest Over Interest Arbitration?, Workplace Law Report, 7 WLR 1102, BNA,Inc., 2009
  • Court Limits Hospitals' Responses to Employee Participation in Unlawful Picketing, AHA Health Care Labor Report, 2009
  • Rival Unions Form New Alliance, coauthor, AHA Health Care Labor Report, 2009
  • Union Access to Private Property: California Supreme Court Rules Shopping Malls Cannot Prohibit Union Protesters from Urging Boycott of Stores, 2008
  • Supreme Court Strikes Down Restrictions on Employer Speech, coauthor, AHA Health Care Labor Report, 2008
  • Future Scenarios for U.S. Labor Relations, 2008
  • Corporate Campaigns: Five Questions Every Hospital Leader Should Ask to Prepare for and Manage a Corporate Campaign, 2007
  • In Dana Corp., NLRB Offers Protection for Employee Free Choice with Secret Ballot Elections, AHA Health Care Labor Report, 2007

Office Information

Address

555 California Street26th Floor San Francisco, CA 94104

Fax

  • (415) 875-5700

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