......................... 50%Government Relations
......................... 40%Labor and Employment...
......................... 10%Trade and Profession...
|Other Areas of Law|
International Labor Law,Labor Legislation,Labor Regulation
|University ||Franklin & Marshall College, A.B., 1969|
|Law School||Washington College of Law, American University, J.D., 1972|
|Admitted||1972, New Jersey; 1981, District of Columbia|
|Memberships ||The District of Columbia Bar; New Jersey State and American (Member, Labor & Employment Law Section; Chairman, Labor Law Committee, 1986-1987 and Member, International Law Section) Bar Associations.|
|Special Agencies||U.S. Department of Labor; National Labor Relations Board (NLRB); U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC); National Mediation Board (NMB); Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS).|
|Born||Camden, New Jersey, October 26, 1947|
Recognized in Best Lawyers in America (Labor and Employment) and in Washington Super Lawyers; Chairman, Government Relations Practice Group and Principal, Ogletree Governmental Affairs, Inc.; Managing Editor, American University Law Review, 1971-1972. Member, Labor Relations Committee and Chairman, Subcommittee on Workplace Trends and International Perspectives, U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Member, Committee on Employment Law, National Retail Federation; Board of Directors, North American Transportation Employee Relations Association; Founder and Executive Director, First Tuesday Group (trade associations); Board of Editors, HR Advisor (Warren, Gorham & Lamont). U.S. Employer Advisor, International Labor Conference, 1980-1985. Employer Representative, Secretary of Labor's Tripartite Advisory Panel on International Labor Standards, 1980-1985. Member, NLRB's Advisory Panel (Management); Labor Law Attorney, 1975-1977. Director of Labor Law, 1977-1980, U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Appellate Attorney, Office of the Solicitor, U.S. Department of Labor, 1972-1974.
Bar Fellowship: College of Labor & Employment Lawyers.
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New Speaker, New Agenda—Old Problems?
Harold P. Coxson, November 5, 2015
It has been quite an eventful few weeks in Washington, D.C., with actions taken that perhaps will give rise to a brighter future on Capitol Hill. House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) resigned effective October 31 amid persistent attacks from the conservative House Republican Freedom Caucus.
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