P.O. Box 8473
Portland, Oregon 97207
Full time arbitrator. Professor
of Law Emeritus, Willamette University.
EXPERIENCE: 1976 - Present:
Arbitrator, labor-management cases. 1998 - 2013: Editor, Employment Law
Memo, NLRB Law Memo, Arbitration Law Memo. 1969 - 1999: Professor of Law,
Willamette University College of Law, teaching labor law, employment law,
employment discrimination, arbitration, contracts.
Director, Willamette University Center for Dispute Resolution; Associate
Dean, Willamette University College of Law.
factfinder, and mediator since 1976.
Police, corrections, firefighting, universities, public schools,
community colleges, education service districts, fire districts, ports, public
utility districts, states, counties, cities, federal, construction, lumber,
paper, mining; chemical, metal, food processing, grocery, bakery, health care,
law practice, communications, power, transportation, maritime, hotel,
Discharge, discipline, demotion, alcohol and drugs, harassment, discrimination,
absenteeism, arbitrability, holidays, job classification, union jurisdiction,
layoff, bumping, recall, job bidding, leaves, mergers, consolidation, new
contract terms, management rights, overtime, rates of pay, fringe benefits, past
practice, promotion, safety, scheduling of work, seniority, strikes,
subcontracting, training, union stewards, vacations, work assignments, work
panels: Las Vegas Metro Police / Las
Vegas Police Protective Assoc; State of Washington / Wash State Patrol Troopers
Assoc; Weyerhaeuser / AWPPW; Weyerhaeuser / IAM; Nippon Paper / AWPPW; Crowley
Marine / Inland Boatmen's Union; Tualatin Valley Fire / IAFF; EGT, LLC /
ILWU Local 21; City of Fairview / Teamsters Local 223.
Rosters: FMCS; Oregon ERB.
PRIOR EXPERIENCE: Chair, Oregon Bar Labor and Employment Law Section; Vice-Chair, Oregon
Dispute Resolution Commn; Oregon Bar ADR Section; SPIDR Northwest; Oregon
Mediation Assoc; IRRA; Chair, Board of Directors, Portland Branch of Federal
Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
99 LA 80; 92-2 ARB ¶8539; 90 LA 1053; 87-2 ARB ¶8526; 89 LA 255; 87-2 ARB ¶8421;
87-1 ARB ¶8284; 77 LA 1259.
(1965), B.S. (1961), University of Washington.
Diem: $1,500 per day for hearing,
research, study, writing, and travel time. A hearing day is any portion of a day
up to eight hours. Time for travel, research, study, and writing is prorated. Cancellation:
One day for each scheduled hearing day unless notice received 30 or more days
prior. Postponement: No fee for postponement; one day for each scheduled
hearing day if the case is later cancelled. Expenses: Actual cost of
reasonable expenses for travel, meals, and lodging.