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Alan J. Fisher
Alan J. Fisher joined the firm in 1996. Alan began his law career working for a major railroad in Chicago in 1980. He also worked for two major Chicago law firms as a labor attorney before starting his own practice in 1986. Alan has served as a state and federal arbitrator and mediator. He resolved more than 700 labor disputes concerning contract and discipline issues, and presided over numerous arbitration panels in various industries throughout the United States.
Alan has lectured nationally on arbitration advocacy skills and has conducted numerous seminars concerning the FELA and arbitration issues. He is Designated Legal Counsel for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Alan is a member of the Academy of Rail Labor Attorneys.University of Notre Dame - B.A.; M.B.A. / Cleveland State University - J.D.
Articles Written by this Author
- U.S. Court of Appeals Protects FRSA - Whistleblowers' Rights
- Arbitration Advocacy Skills Seminar For Railroaders
- The Creosote Threat To Railroaders
- Workplace Privacy & Personnel Records
- Railroads & Riverboats
- A Premium Smokescreen
- Creating The Paper Trail
- Honoring The Father, The Man & The Job
- Hoey & Farina's Family Members Seminar & The People Who Are A Part Of Them
- Emergency Response Checklist
- Your Doctor Must Be Your Best Friend
- Prepare for the Winter Months
- Important Railroad Retirement Board Update
- Hoey & Farina: Representing All Seriously Injured Individuals & Their Families
- U.S. Court Of Appeals Upholds Contractual Rights
- BNSF Offers Low Settlement To Section Laborer, Hoey & Farina Litigates To Verdict In Iowa
- 'Tis The Season To Be Careful
- No Costume Needed: A Scary Story for Halloween
- Under Surveillance? Don't Get Discredited!
- Are You Aware?
- Important Verdict for Maintenance of Way Worker Affirmed by Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals
- Completing The Personal Injury Report -- The Right Way
- Railroad Loses To Hoey & Farina On Appeal
- New FRA Rules On Locomotive Cab Noise
- On A Need To Know Basis: Medical Bill Payments & The Injured Railroad Employee