Stephen B. Moldof appears on panels at the American Law Institute-American Bar Association (ALI-ABA) program Airline and Railroad Labor and Employment Law: A Comprehensive Analysis in Washington, DC

Stephen B. Moldof appears on a panel on The Status Quo, Strikes, Intermittent Work Stoppages, Picketing, Unilateral Action, and Impasse Procedures and reviews status quo requirements, mechanisms for resolving impasses under the Railway Labor Act (RLA), and the legal consequences of the status quo, impasse, strikes and informational picketing. He also appears on a panel on International Issues, discussing extraterritorial application of the RLA and other U.S. civil rights and employment laws, application of U.S. law to foreign carriers, the Act of State Doctrine and foreign ownership and outsourcing, and on a panel on Affiliations, Mergers and Consolidations, discussing affiliated airlines and the single carrier issue, merged seniority lists and conflicts of interest. His paper can be found here.

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