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Andrew Strom

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Show BioHide BioAndrew Strom has been a labor lawyer since 1993.  He is Associate General Counsel of Service Employees International Union, Local 32BJ in New York, NY.  He is the author of Boeing and the NLRB:  A Sixty-Four Year-old Time Bomb Explodes, 68 National Lawyers Guild Review 109 (2011); U.S. Labor Law:  How the United States’ Stacked Labor Laws Make it Nearly Impossible for Workers to Gain Union Representation, Dollars and Sense, No. 249 at 46 (September/October 2003); and Rethinking the NLRB’s Approach to Union Recognition Agreements, 15 Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law 50 (1994).  He also taught advanced legal writing at Fordham Law School.  He received his J.D. magna cum laude from Harvard Law School.  The views Andrew Strom expresses on this blog are solely his own, and should not be attributed to SEIU Local 32BJ.

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When the Supreme Court Makes Labor Policy

Published March 14th, 2016 -

Have you ever read a newspaper article (or the on-line equivalent) reporting on something that you know about first-hand?  If you’re like me, you notice that there are invariably some factual errors.  This is understandable – reporters tend to have tight deadl... More »

Friedrichs and Broccoli

Published December 1st, 2015 -

The more I think about the Friedrichs case, the more I am reminded of broccoli.  Remember how the opponents of the Affordable Care Act kept going on about broccoli?  If the government could make you buy health insurance, then couldn’t the government also force... More »