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We are closely following developments regarding Covid-19.
Your health and safety are the number one priority.
As of March 18th, 2020, we are NOT cancelling our conferece.
As the situation develops we will update the
status of our conference as necessary.
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Michael J Gan

After graduating from the Boston University School of Law, Michael joined the National Labor Relations Board’s Appellate Court Branch where he successfully litigated more than fifteen cases on behalf of the Board in the United States Courts of Appeals. Michael left the Board to represent the interests of labor unions and employees in collective bargaining, arbitration, federal court litigation, and before a variety of administrative agencies, including the National Labor Relations Board, Federal Labor Relations Authority, and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Michael serves as General Counsel to the National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association. In addition, Michael frequently represents executives and professionals in the negotiation of individual employment contracts, including separation and retirement agreements.
He also maintains a special practice representing rabbis and clergy in employment matters.


JUNE 25 - 28, 2020
Dallas, Texas

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