Articles & Presentations

“Preparing Your Case for Arbitration: The Inner Game” –  DELRS 2009

“Fundamentals of a Federal Sector Arbitration Hearing” –  DELRS 2009

“Pick-a-Color” –  Bargaining Exercise

“The River Story: Values, Ethics and the Difference Between the Two” – Ethics Exercise

“Twelve O’clock High: Changing, Leadership and Motivation” – Leadership Exercise

“The Narcotic Effect of Binding Interest Arbitration” – Monograph

“Effective Costing of Proposals and Use of Economic Evidence to Resolve Bargaining Impasses in the Federal Sector” American Bar Association, Federal Sector Practitioners’ Desk Book

“Anatomy of a Federal Sector Arbitration”
American Bar Association Annual Meeting

“Fundamentals of a Federal Sector Arbitration”
American Bar Association National Convention

“Ethical Decision Making”
American Bar Association Section Meeting

“The Neutral’s Dilemma”
Association of Labor Relations Agencies Annual Meeting

“Guns, Drugs, Sex and Rock-n-Roll: How to Handle the Toughest Arbitration Cases”
Society of Federal Labor & Employee Relations Professionals

“Conducting Parallel Investigations: Disciplinary Interviews and Criminal Interrogations”
Office of Personnel Management

“Preparing Your Case for Arbitration”
Office of Personnel Management

“Fundamentals of and best practices in FLSA arbitrations”
Society of Federal Labor and Employee Relations Professionals

“Using Your BlackBerry Off-Hours Could Be Overtime”
NPR interview with Cheryl Corley, August 14, 2010 (http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=129184907)

“Cop sues city, seeks overtime for BlackBerry use”
(http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/2552918,CST-NWS-blackberry31.article)
Chicago Sun Times, interview with Frank Main, Jr., July 31, 2010