Collection Summary

Creator: Shawe, Earle K.
Title: The Papers of Earle K. Shawe
Accession: MSS 08-03
Description: 8 boxes (4 linear ft.)
Location: This collection is stored offsite. Please contact Special Collections before your visit to ensure your papers are available.
Photograph Collection: View 15 digitized photographs
Digitized Content: 18 objects

Collection Description & Arrangement

The papers of Earle K. Shawe consist primarily of memoranda and case briefs from Shawe & Rosenthal, some business and personal correspondence, newspapers clippings and scrapbooks. Also included are some photographs, date books, and address book.

Biographical & Historical Information

Earle K. Shawe graduated from the University of Virginia in 1934 and proceeded to become one of the first attorneys at the National Labor Relations Board. After serving as the Chief Law Officer for the Board's 5th Region, Shawe stepped down in 1947 to start his own private practice in Baltimore, Maryland. Specializing in Labor and Employment Law, Shawe & Rosenthal rose to prominence after numerous notable cases, including a 1947 filing of the first unfair labor practice charge against a union under the Taft-Hartley Act.

Shawe has given generously to the University of Virginia Law School, establishing the Earle K. Shawe Labor Relations Award, a monetary award is given to the graduating student who shows the greatest promise of becoming a successful practitioner in the field of labor relations, in the early '90s. In 2008, he donated materials from his career at Shawe & Rosenthal as a labor and employment lawyer. This collection was donated to the Law School Archives in 2008. It is organized into four parts: correspondence, professional materials, memoranda and case briefs.

He is recognized as one of the first attorneys in the country to specialize in all areas of labor relations under the National Labor Relations Act, including union avoidance, union elections, collective bargaining, unfair labor practice charges, and union grievance matters. As one of the original attorneys at the National Labor Relations Board, Earle served in several positions, including the Chief Law Officer for the Board’s 5th Region. While at the Board, Earle tried cases throughout the country, often involving issues of first impression.Upon leaving the Board in 1947, Earle founded the Firm that has become Shawe Rosenthal, LLP. From the filing in 1947 of this country’s first unfair labor practice charge against a union under the Taft-Hartley Act, to the present day, Earle has been instrumental in the Firm’s development of a national practice representing management in all areas of labor relations.Earle’s interest in and zealous commitment to his Firm’s clients and the furtherance of management’s interests in employee relations is nationally recognized and explains the roots of Shawe Rosenthal, LLP’s continued growth in the successful representation of employers in significant local and national labor relations matters.Earle's contribution to the development of labor law has not been limited to his activities on behalf of his Firm's clients. He has also written, spoken and testified as to the concerns of management in regard to its relations with employees. He similarly has been active in city, state, and national bar and professional associations. His accomplishments in the field of labor law have been recognized by his election as a Fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers in 1999.

Acquisition Information

Date Received 2008
Donor Information The Papers of Earl K. Shawe were received by the Law School library in the fall of 2008.

Content List

Box 1

  • 1978-2001; Correspondence - Clientele Folder.  Correspondence and memoranda. [Includes “United States Fidelity & Guaranty Company’s Labor and Equal Employment Opportunity Challenges for the 1980’s”  Memorandum of Aug. 14-17, 1980;  “Significant Trends and Developments in Equal Employment Opportunity and Labor Law” (1980); Memo re Family Leave Act of 1993; draft of letter to CEO’s re ADA].
  • 1981; Correspondence - EKS Profile. Correspondence and materials concerning the Sunpapers report conducted by Nick Yangus regarding Earle K. Shawe's background, character and practice of labor law.  Included are the names of individuals suggested as references.            
  • 1989-1990; Correspondence -- Earle K. Shawe  Re: Newspaper Submissions & Articles. Correspondence  with newspaper editors and clients regarding his article submissions on labor topics.
  • 1990-1991; Correspondence -- Letters of Recommendation. Correspondence regarding letters of recommendation Earle K. Shawe had written.
  • 1990-1991; Correspondence – Maryland Chamber of Commerce Handbook on Labor Law re concerning the publication of the MD Chamber of Commerce Handbook on Labor Law written by Shawe & Rosenthal                               
  • 1962-1982; Correspondence -- Thank you letters from clients for services rendered by Shawe & Rosenthal
  • 1962-1985; Correspondence – Letters of congratulations.
  • 1981; Materials -- EKS Profile.  Correspondence and newspaper clippings regarding the 1967 Tug Boat Strike                       
  • 1981; Materials -- EKS Profile – Miscellaneous. Assorted biographical materials including speeches, articles, and memos regarding Earle K. Shawe's profile and career
  • 1982; List -- Cases in Progress.  Lists each case currently being worked on by each attorney in Shawe & Rosenthal
  • 1975 - 2003; Materials -- Agendas, Statements, Reports, Pamphlets, Memoranda, Case Filings. [Collection of miscellaneous agendas, statements, reports, pamphlets, memoranda, case filings]
  • 1991; Materials -- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Articles, correspondence, and statements by Shawe & Rosenthal regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act and its ramifications            
  • 1973-1980; Materials – Daniel Keith Ludwig. Newspaper articles regarding Shawe & Rosenthal's client Daniel Keith Ludwig, the world's leading shipping magnate.  Included is an article regarding the N.L.R.B.'s dismissal of a case involving bargaining unit elections and complaints against National Bulk Carriers and DKL
  • 1983, Mar.; Materials -- MD Commissioner of Labor and Industry Position.  Correspondence, resumes, and recommendations by Earle K. Shawe on behalf of Henry Segal to succeed Harvey Epstein as Maryland Commissioner of Labor and Industry                         
  • 1975, Dec. – May 1976; Materials -- Maryland Teachers Labor Negotiations. [Speech and newspaper clippings regarding Maryland Teachers' Labor Contract Negotiations]                                            
  • 1996, n.d.; Materials -- Shawe & Rosenthal [Pamphlets, speeches and profiles of the Shawe & Rosenthal Law Firm]

 

Box 2

  • 1938, 1983; Newspaper clippings
  • 1947-2004, n. d.; Newspapers -- Miscellaneous clippings -- Re: Earle K. Shawe / Shawe & Rosenthal.
  • 1963-1992; Newspapers – Personal articles of interest
  • 1976-2003; Newspapers -- Miscellaneous clippings -- Cases & Laws. [Newspapers clippings regarding legal cases and labor laws]
  • n.d.; S & R -- Summary of Credentials - Re: Hospitals, etc. Three "Summary of Credentials" documents prepared for Dorchester General Hospital Inc. (2 versions) and Anne Arundel Medical Center (1 version)        
  • 1977, Sep. 24; Materials – S & R 30th Anniversary for EKS. [Correspondence, notes, receipts and guest list for Earle K. Shawe's 30th Anniversary Party held at Woodholme County Club on September 24, 1977]           
  • 2007, Sep. 26; Shawe Rosenthal LLP 60th Anniversary Celebration Booklet
  • 1985-2001; University of Virginia School of Law Foundation.  Correspondence primarily  re: Earl K. Shawe Labor Award, Law School Foundation Capital Campaign and Earl K. Shawe Research Professorship Fund.
  • 1951, 1956, 1963, 1995; Certificates. [United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit admission as an Attorney and Counselor (12-4-1951); American Bar Association Certificate of Membership (1-6-1956); S. A. M. Society for Advancement of Management membership ( 4-18-1963); Official Membership Charter of the Chairman’s Advisory Board of the Republican National Committee (8-31-1995)]

 

Box 3

  • Scrapbook: Bermuda Hotel Dispute Inquiry, December 1975 - May 1977. [Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings]
  • Scrapbook: Bermuda Dispute 1979, July 1967, March - April 1979. [Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings regarding the Bermuda Hotel Labor Dispute in 1979]
  • Newspapers -- Bermuda Hotel Dispute March 1979 - July 1979.  [Hotel Industry News, May 1979 (multiple copies), June/July 1979; The Workers Voice May 11, 1979, June 8, 1979, July 6, 1979; The Royal Gazette March 15, 1979, March 20, 1979, April 9, 1979, May 1, 1979; Photo clipping from The Royal Gazette March 27, 1979; Loose clipping of letter to editor from PAGET March 13, 1979; Inn Contact March 9, 1976
  • Scrapbook: United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of America (UE) vs. Local 1975 United Steel Workers of America (AFL-CIO) at The Lebanon Steel Foundry, October 1961 - January 1962.  Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, union literature and company pamphlets
  • Collection of date books and address book.  1966- 1980, 1987.   

 

Box 4

  • Shawe & Rosenthal -- Memorandum -- 1A to 2R
  • March 24, 1981; (A) -- To: Mr. Phillip D. Kirby, Executive Vice President, K & K Management; From: J. Michael McGuire; Re: Upcoming negotiations with Local 36 of the Hotel, Restaurant Workers Union; Decertification
  • April 1, 1981; 1(B) -- To: Mr. Stephen L. Raab, President, New Yorker Bakery; From: Warren M. Davison; Re: Eminent expiration of current agreement with Karl Leitner and Bakery Workers Local 118; Decertification
  • March 27, 1981; 1(C) -- To: Mr. Edwin F. Hale, President, Port East Transfer, Inc.; From: Warren M. Davison; RE: Ramifications of Port East's proposed acquisition of NBC Lines regarding the three labor organizations representing employees; Decertification        
  • August 23, 1976; 1(D) -- The Labor Relations Implications of the Acquisition of All Portions, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana Facility; Decertification. [Prepared exclusively for: McCormick & Company, Inc., Hunt Valley, Maryland; By, Earle K. Shawe]
  • Fall 1979; 1(E) -- Photocopy of article from The Answer, "The Move Towards De-Unionization"; by Earle K. Shawe
  • n.d.; 2(A) -- To: Disston, Inc.; From: Shawe & Rosenthal; Re: Possible shutdown of the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania plant; Plant Shutdowns. [Subject: I. The possible Pension Liability of Disston, Inc. in the Event that the Company terminates operations at its Philadelphia, Pennsylvania works; II. The duties and obligations of Disston, Inc. under its current collective bargaining agreement with the United Saw, File and Steel Workers of America, in the event of termination of its operation at its Philadelphia works]
  • March 17, 1972  2; (B) -- To: Mr. David L. Quick, Field Personnel Manager, Western Auto Supply Company; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Legal and practical obligations flowing from the forthcoming opening of the Company's new distribution center in Columbus, Ohio; Plant Shutdowns
  • March 13, 1973; 2(C) -- To: Mr. Frank J. Cunnane, Vice President of Industrial Relations, Thiokol Chemical Corporation; From: William J. Rosenthal; Re: Informing the Union of the possibility of closing Plant No. 3; issue of transfer and representation rights; Plant Shutdowns               
  • October 22, 1973; 2(D) -- To: Mr. Jacob Lehrman; From: Warren M. Davison; Re: the rights and obligations of the Harrisburg Grocery Company in connection with its possible cessation of operations; Plant Shutdowns
  • February 16, 1978; 2(E) -- To: Mr. Lowell S. Stanley, President, Coastal Modular Corporation; From: Arthur M. Brewer; Re: Establishment of New Plant, issues under the National Labor Relations Act and the collective bargaining agreement with Coastal Modular Corporation and Local 1490 of the United Automobile Workers; Plant Shutdowns. [Handwritten comments in the margins]
  • January 8, 1981; 2(F) -- Confidential Memorandum Prepared for Mid-Atlantic Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Inc.; Re: Bargaining Obligations of the Company with Respect to Contemplated Termination of Operations at its Kirk Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland Facility; Plant Shutdowns
  • July 2, 1974; 2(G) -- To: John R. Kountz, Esquire, Secretary and General Counsel, Cyclops Corporation; From: William J. Rosenthal; Re: Recent court decision that may impact the Company's pension liability if the Portsmouth facility is closed or sold; Plant Shutdowns. Discusses Schneider v. Electric Autolite Co., 79 LRRM 2825 (6th Cir. 1972) and Fraser v. Magic Chef-Food Giant Markets, Inc., 54 LRRM 2758 (6th Cir. 1963)                                                  
  • July 5, 1972; 2(H) -- To: Mr. Lowell S. Stanley, President Coastal Mobile & Modular Corp.; From: Carrol Hament; Re: Possible move of Hisenberg-Lozano, Inc. from New York City; Plant Shutdowns. [Discusses legal obligations and responsibilities under the collective bargaining Agreement with District 65]
  • February 9, 1973; 2(I) -- To: Mr. Thomas J. O'Reilly, Employee Relatiosn Director, Thiokol Chemical Corporation; From: William J. Rosenthal; Re: possible closing of Plant No. 3; Plant Shutdowns
  • n.d.; 2(J) -- To: John R. Kountz, Secretary & General Counsel, Cyclops Corporation; From: William J. Rosenthal; Re: The Possible Pension Liability of the Empire-Detroit Steel Division and/or Cyclops Corporation in the Event Empire-Detriot Terminates Operations and/or Changes Products and Alters Present Production Methods; Plant Shutdowns      
  • n.d.; 2(K) -- Photocopy of article titled "Economically Motivated Partial Closings: The Duty of Management to Decision-Bargain" by Marianna M. Perkins; Plant Shutdowns        
  • n.d.; 2(L) -- To: Don Gatt; From: William J. Rosenthal, Leslie R. Stellman; Re: Memorandum Concerning the "Vesting" Rights of Superior Fireplace Company Pension Plan Employee Participants in the Event that the Company Terminates Operations at its Baltimore, Maryland Facility; Plant Shutdowns
  • n.d.; 2(M) -- To: AMB; From: PMP; Re: B. Green: Store closing for economic reasons; Plant Shutdowns  
  • n.d.; 2(N) -- Memorandum prepared for Hazelton Systems, Inc.; Subject: Bargaining obligations of the company with respect to contemplated termination of operations at its Cincinnati, Ohio location; Plant Shutdowns. [Original document written for Western Auto Co. but handwritten changes modify the memorandum to function for Hazelton Systems, Inc.]
  • n.d.; 2(O) -- To:; From:; Form letter to advise recipient of the Company contemplating closing down operations at a plant in Cincinnati; Plant Shutdowns
  • n.d.; 2(P) -- Confidential Memorandum prepared for Packless Industries, Inc.; Re: The Rights and Obligations of Packless Industries under the National Labor Relations Act in connection with the opening of a new facility and the phasing out of product lines at the present unionized facility; Plant Shutdowns
  • August 8, 1980; 2(R) -- To: Mr. Morris Freidson, Senior Vice President, Drug Fair, Inc., From: Stephen D. Shawe; Re: Discontinuation of operations at Store 704 in the DOT building.  [Discusses continuing bargaining obligation imposed by Section 8(d) of the Taft-Harltey Act]

Shawe & Rosenthal -- Memorandum -- 3A to 5

  • March, 1978; 3(A) -- To: Baltimore Gas & Electric Company; Re: The Validity of Imposing No-Solicitation and Distribution Rules upon Employees performing work in areas open to the public
  • n.d.; 3(B) -- To: Maryland Cup Corporation; Re: Guidelines for imposing no-solicitation and distribution rules      
  • n.d.; 3(C) -- Document titled "Here are the basic rules governing solicitation and distribution of literature on company property"           
  • n.d.; 3(D) -- To: Maryland Casualty Company; Re: No-Solicitation Rules in Office Buildings             
  • n.d.; 3(E) -- To: NRB; From: AMB; Re: The legality of posting the following No Solicitation rule in a shopping center complex: "Solicitation, trespassing or distribution of literature on this parking lot, premises and sidewalks is prohibited."  
  • April 20, 1978; 3(F) -- To: Maryland Hospital Education Institute Seminar; Re: The validity of imposing no-solicitation and distribution rules upon employees performing work in medical facilities: Recent decisions of the National Labor Relations Board and the Courts    
  • n.d.; 3(G) -- Photocopy of article titled "Solicitation and Distribution on Retail Store Premises" by Larry E. Forrester and Dan T. Carter                                                          
  • n.d.; 3(H) -- 1 page notice titled "No Solicitation Rule"    
  • n.d.; 3(I) -- "Union Activity on the Employer's Property". [Discusses relevant decisions by the National Labor Relations Board regarding union solicitation on company property]
  • June 1, 1979; 3(J) -- To: Williamsburg Hotel & Motel Association; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Memorandum setting forth a uniform, succinct, no-solicitation rule, including the legal background for such a rule
  • February 6, 1973; 3(K) -- To: All Managers and Assistant Managers; From: Merlin R. Miller, Executive Vice President & General Manager, Read's Inc.; Re: The violation by Local 692 of the no-solicitation rule
  • August 2, 1978; 3(L) -- To:  ; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: No-Solicitation rule in the health care industry. [Discusses the Supreme Court decision Beth Israel Hospital v. National Labor Relations Board]
  • n.d.; 4(A) -- "Guide for Supervisors" [regarding unionization]. [Discusses how employers should address unionization]
  • n.d.; 4(B) -- "The Organizational Period: The Point of View of Management" by Earle K. Shawe                  
  • April 7, 1981; 4(C) -- Confidential Memorandum prepared for The Hecht Company; Re: Pertinent Labor Board and court decisions that address lawful employer responses to unionization
  • n.d.; 4(D) -- To: Hecht Company Associate; Re: Recent attempts by Local 400 of the Retail Clerks Union to unionize the Company's employees 
  • July 23, 1974; 4(E) -- The Impact of Extension of the Taft-Harltey Act to Private, Nonprofit Hospitals
  • October 20, 1975; 4(F) -- To: Winthrop Laboratories, Division of Sterling Drugs, Inc.; Re: Preserving Management Rights: A Summary of Federal Law Governing Company Conduct During Union Organizational Drives
  • June 11-12, 1973; 4(G) -- To: Holy Spirit Hospital; From: Shawe & Rosenthal; Re: Legal Position of Private, Non-Profit Hospitals with Respect to Labor Relations            
  • November 1977; 4(H) -- To: Peninsula General Hospital, Salisbury, Maryland; Re: "Guide for Supervisors"             
  • n.d.; 4(I) -- Photocopy of article titled "Perdue and Labor Unions"            
  • n.d.; 4(J) -- Form letter regarding attempt a year ago to unionize              
  • n.d.; 4(K) -- Document discussing unionization and the signing of authorization cards      
  • n.d.; 4(L) -- Safeguarding Management's Rights: A Summary of Federal Law Regulating Company Conduct During Union Organizational Drives    
  • n.d.; 4(M) -- "Baltimore Gas & Elective Company: Remarks for Supervisory Meetings"   
  • n.d.; 4(N) -- "Supervisory Meetings with Employees". [Discusses the attempt by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) to unionize employees of the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company]
  • March 5, 1981;   5 -- To: CH; From: JMH; Re: Frick Company (arbitrability of discharge). [Discusses whether a grievance respecting a discharge is arbitrable]
  • Shaw & Rosenthal -- Memorandum -- 6 to 27
  • December 18, 1978; 6 -- Recommendations as to Wages, Benefits, and Personnel Policies for Non-Supervisory Employees at the Salisbury, Maryland Facility of Consolidated Diesel Electric Company
  • September 20, 1973; 7 -- To: Mr. Clyde D. Stevens, Lebanon Chemical Corporation; From: Norman R. Buchsbaum; Re: Purchase of Agrico Chemical Company plant in Danville, Illinois. [Outlines the labor agreement between Agrico Chemical Company and International Union of Allied Industrial Workers of America, ALF-CIO, Local 975; discusses the obligation to recognize and bargain with an incumbent union]
  • September 19, 1975; 8 -- To: Mr. Richard Kronheim, President, Milton S. Kronheim and Company, Inc.; From: William J. Rosenthal; Re: Applicable labor law with respect to the acquisition of the assets of another wholesale liquor distributor. [Issues of successorship and contract assumption; discusses the options available to avoid liability under existing labor agreements with Teamsters Local 639]
  • November 1, 1978; 9 -- To: Mr. Harvey A. Epstein, Commissioner, Department of Licensing and Regulation, Division of Labor and Industry, Occupational Safety and Health; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Case No. L9355-005-79
  • March 29, 1973; 10 -- To: WMD; From: AMB; Re: Obligations of Common Carriers under the Interstate Commerce Act    
  • October 3, 1978; 11 -- To: Mr. John Lang, III, Chief, Wage Payment and Collection Division, Department of Licensing and Regulation, Maryland Division of Labor and Industry; From: Patrick M. Pilachowski; Re: Waverly Press. [Regarding the employer's position with respect to vacation pay for terminated employees]
  • August 6, 1980   12 -- To: Mr. Michael Talbert, General Manager, Sheraton – Fountainbleau Inn & Spa; From: Patrick M. Pilachowski; Re: Recommendations regarding wage payment and other practices at the Inn. [Issue regarding what forms of compensation arrangements an employer is permitted to utilize under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)]
  • June 5, 1980; 13 -- To: ; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: The E.E.O.C.'s circular "Answers to Questions Often asked by EEO-1 Employers"        
  • March 26, 1981; 14 -- 1980 Labor Law Developments; Prepared Exclusively For: Weber County Industrial Development Corporation; By: William J. Rosenthal     
  • April 8, 1981; 15 -- McLean Contracting Company; Guidelines for the Handling of OSHA Inspections          
  • June 4, 5, and 6, 1979; 16 -- Labor Relations Seminar; Hershey, Pennsylvania; June 4, 5, and 6, 1979; Guidelines for the Handling of OSHA Inspections
  • n.d.; 17 -- To: Thomas J. O'Reilly, From: William J. Rosenthal; Memorandum Concerning Legal Considerations Involved in Establishment of Proposed Dynachem Manufacturing Facility at Moss Point, Mississippi. [Regarding Thiokol Corporation Dynachem Division's interest in opening a new facility]
  • [Winter 1981]; 18 -- Statement on Behalf of the Industrial Relations Committee of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce Concerning Senate Bill 972 before the Senate Economic Affairs Committee. [Delivered by Michael McGuire; regarding the Maryland Chamber of Commerce's position on proposed amendments to the Maryland Occupational Safety and Health Act]
  • November 14, 1980; 19 -- Statement on Behalf of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce Concerning Occupational Exposure to Lead
  • March 6, 1981;   20 -- To: All Attorneys; From: IS; Re: Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. v. Marshall. [Contains photocopy of Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. v. Marshall, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas, No. B-80-499-CA, February 12, 1981; blocked off sections and handwritten comments regarding the decision
  •  affecting Government contractors' obligations to establish goals and timetables for minority and female utilization]
  • December 9, 1977; 21 -- To: All Attorneys; From: LRS; Re: New Board Decision Regarding culpability of Union stewards who engage in wildcat walkout. [Discusses Precision Castings Co., 233 NRLB No. 35, 96 LRRM 1540 regarding an employer's right to discipline union shop stewards who engage in an unauthorized, unlawful wildcat strike]
  • June 16, 1980; 22 -- Hattie R. Daniels v. Westinghouse Electric Corporation, et. al.; Civil Action No. J-77-323; Settlement Agreement and Release              
  • March 30, 1981; 23 -- Mutual Release of William L. Boone from the United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company. [Includes copy of Settlement Agreement]
  • n.d.; 24 -- To: Mr. Alvin Akman, President, Retail Clerks Union, Local 692; From: Harold Goldsmith; Re: Letter of May 13, 1976 regarding wage increases during a National Labor Relations Board election campaign           
  • July 13, 1977; 25 -- To: Mr. Stephen R. Evans, Vice President, Industrial Relations, Cambridge Wire Cloth Company; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Internal procedures for ventilating employee grievances and filtering them upward, including the improvement of communication from Company management to employees
  • n.d.; 26 -- Instructions -- EEO Statistical Profile; Characteristics of Present Work Force (Form A)  
  • July 30, 1980; 27 -- To: Ronald Slatkin, Esquire, Acting Director, Office of Appeals, National Labor Relations Board; From: Earle K. Shawe, Warren M. Davison, J. Craig Peyton; Re: Baltimore Building & Construction Trades Council, et. al. (The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company) Case No. 5-CE-66              

Box 5

  • Shaw & Rosenthal -- Memorandum -- 28 to 50
  • July 31, 1981; 28 -- To:  ; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Adler v. American Standard Corporation          
  • June 18, 1975; 29 -- To: Mr. Frank J. Cunnane, Vice President, Industrial Relations, Thiokol; From: William J. Rosenthal; Re: Interest in acquiring American Aniline. [Issues of successorship and contract assumption]
  • April 23, 1980; 30 -- To:  ; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, 248 NLRB No. 86 (1980)   
  • June, 1977; 31 -- Memorandum Concerning Recent Maryland Legislation on Pregnancy Benefits; Maryland Legislature S. B. 774 and S. B. 775              
  • November 18, 1976; 32 -- To: From: Earle K. Shaw; Re: Teamsters Local No. 115 intent to picket on the premises of a health care institution 
  • n.d.; 33 -- To: Harry Wald; From: William J. Rosenthal; Re: Fiduciary Responsibility for Pension Plan Deficiencies in the Event of a Default on Loans Made by the Fund's Trustees. [Memorandum regarding the Employment Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 ( "E.R.I.S.A.")]
  • February 6, 1981; 34 -- To: Thomas Rodney, Director of Personnel, Franklin Square Hospital; From: Bruce S. Harrison; Re: Applicability of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 to Medial Residents' Departmental Files
  • September 17, 1980; 35 -- To: SDS, AMB; From: JMH; Re: Reemployment rights of veterans with respect to compensation under Section 2021 of the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974  
  • April 2, 1980; 36 -- Prepared for Westinghouse Electric Corporation; Memorandum Concerning the Labor Relations Environment and Prevailing Wage and Benefit Levels on the Eastern Shore of Maryland               
  • n. d.; 37 -- Port-East; Status of Owner-Operators as "Independent Contractors" Under the National Labor Relations Act. [Cases referenced include N.L.R.B. v United Insurance Co., 390 U.S. 254 (1968); Gold Medal Baking Co., 199 NLRB 132 (1972); Frito-Lay, Inc. v. N.L.R.B., 385 F.2d 180 (7th Cir. 1967); National Freight Inc., 153 NLRB 1536 (1965); N.L.R.B. v. United Ins. Co., supra, 390 U.S. at 258]
  • December 22, 1976; 38 -- Agency Processing of Charges Alleging Discriminatory Employment Practices. [Concerning the State of Maryland and jurisdiction between the State Commission versus the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission]
  • November 15, 1978; 39 -- To:; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Recent collective bargaining negotiations, strike and court proceedings involving the Midtown Nursing Home in Baltimore
  • March 10, 1978; 40 -- The Bermuda Experiment; Address of Earle K. Shawe before the Committee on International Labor Law, Section of Labor Relations Law, American Bar Association, March 10, 1978 
  • n.d.; 41 -- To: BSH; From: JMM; Re: Coldwater Memo dealing with Abuse of Process and Malicious Use of Process
  • September 30, 1975; 42 -- The Labor - Management Spirit for '76 OR What to Expect in the Bicentennial Year. [Prepared exclusively for: Conference of Personnel Officers of the Food Service and Lodging Industries, Colorado Springs, Colorado, September 30, 1975; By: Shawe & Rosenthal, Sun Life Building, Charles Center, Baltimore, Maryland 21201; marked and edited copy]
  • April 7, 1980; 43 -- Release of Dr. Kent E. Robinson from employment by the Sheppard & Enoch Pratt Hospital. [Includes copies of a Memorandum of Agreement, the Contract, a Letter, and a Memorandum]
  • November 3, 1975; 44 --Memorandum: Boycotting and Picketing Problems in a Shopping Center Locale; Prepared exclusively for: Monumental Properties, Inc.     
  • August 8, 1979; 45 -- To: Ms. Anna Mary Noble, Director of Personnel, The National Lutheran Home; From: Patrick M. Pilachowski; Re: Overtime Requirements of Federal and Local Wage and Hour Laws. [Concerning Section 7 (j) of the Fair Labor Standards Act]
  • n.d.; 46 -- The NLRB and "Plant Clericals". [Regarding the Taft-Hartley Act, how it does not specifically exclude office clerical employees from units of production and maintenance employees, and how the NLRB addresses the issue]
  • November 19, 1980; 47 -- To:; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Recent decision by the California Supreme Court, IWC v. Kern County Superior Court, ___ Cal. 3d. ___, 24 WH Cases 866 (1980). [Decision upheld the validity of the 1980 revised orders of the California Industrial Welfare Commission ("IWC") fixing minimum wages, maximum hours, and standard conditions of employment for non-exempt employees]
  • January 7, 1977; 48 -- To: Mr. Edward A. Burchell, Vice President and Comptroller, Medical Services Corporation; From: Carrol Hament; Re: Medical Services Corporation's implementation of a profit-sharing retirement program. [Discusses how the National Labor Relations Act pertains to profit-sharing, pension, or other benefit programs]
  • n.d.; 49 -- To: EKS; From: LRS; Re: Address of November 1, 1979, Hunt Valley Inn; Topic: "N.L.R.B. and N.L.R.A. Administration"               
  • May 17, 1977; 50 -- To: Robert L. Pfann, Director of Industrial Relations, Howmet Corporation, Aluminum Operations; From: Patrick M. Pilachowski; Re: Summary of the law applicable to the computation of overtime pay 
  • Shawe & Rosenthal -- Memorandum -- 51 to 80
  • December 1, 1977; 51: To: Mr. Charles Scheeler, President, C. J. Langenfelder & Son, Inc.; From: Stephen D. Shawe; Re: Proposed Joint Venture with Browning-Ferris. [Discusses obligations under the Company's National Agreement with the International Union of Operating Engineers if company entered into a joint venture with Browning-Ferris which is a non-union contractor]
  • December 24, 1980; 52: To: Mr. Michael Talbert, General Manager, Sheraton-Fontainebleau Inn; From: Arthur M. Brewer; Re: Analysis of the legal and practical issues presented by the current salary administration practices of the Inn, including recommendations for achieving full compliance with federal law              
  • January 1980; 53: Reprinted article from January 1980 Issue of Labor Law Journal titled "Preparation for the Arbitration Hearing" by Earle K. Shawe         
  • November 14, 1980; 54: To: Mr. Nick Rajacich, Executive Vice President, The Memorial Hospital at Easton, MD, Inc.; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Medicare Reimbursement of Costs Incurred Relative to Union Activities       
  • September 28, 1978; 55: To: Mr. Michael Savage, Beebe Hospital; From: Patrick M. Pilachowski; Re: "Twenty-Four Hour Rule" of the Fair Labor Standards Act. [Short memo explaining the source and applicability of the "Twenty-Four Hour Rule" that requires hospitals and other health care institutions to pay an overtime rate of an additional half-time the regular rate of pay for hours worked in excess of eight in a twenty-four hour period]
  • September 28, 1978; 56: To: Mr. David Johnson, Grimes Poultry Processing Corp; From: Warren M. Davison; Re: The Company's intention to subcontract its night cleaning services to an outside contractor and legal restrictions due to the union   
  • June 4, 1979; 57: "Recent Developments in Pennsylvania Law Regarding Employee's Rights to Inspect Their Personnel Records"             
  • August 7, 1980; 58: To: Mr. Ernest C. Muth, Director of Personnel, Waverly Press, Inc.; From: Patrick M. Pilachowski; Re: Wage and Hour Exemptions. [Explains which job classifications in the Company are exempt from overtime pay requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)]
  • March 30, 1981; 59: To: SDS; From: JMH; Re: Wavery Press, Inc. -- Question concerning the power of a management representative to legally bind his employer into recognizing a union as the exclusive bargaining representative of his employees.       
  • Summer 1980; 60: To: All Attorneys; From: JMM; Photocopy of article titled "The Freedom of Information Act: An Important Discovery Aid in Labor Law Cases" by Joseph Z. Fleming from the Summer 1980 issue of LABOR 
  • December 3, 1980; 61: Prepared for: Hedwin Corporation, Management Meeting , December 3, 1980, Baltimore, Maryland; By: Shawe & Rosenthal; Re: Significant Trends and Developments in Equal Employment Opportunity and Labor Law 1980               
  • August 4, 1980; 62: To: Mr. Stephen Cook, Assistant Business Manager, Laborers' International Union of N. A., Local No. 1311; From: Carrol Hament; Re: American National Rubber Co. [Writing on behalf of Wally Reynolds to provide Local No. 1131 with the basis for the Company's position as to simultaneous arbitration of the pending overtime grievances]
  • April 6, 1977; 63: To: SDS; From: PMP; Re: Deductions From Wages. [Discusses the Maryland Wage Paymen         t and Collection Law, Article 100, Section 94(d) and the limitations Joe Zamoiski faces regarding deductions from employee wages
  • December 13, 1979; 64: Subject: Current considerations in respect to appropriate bargaining unit or units of employees at Calvert Cliffs Station and in particular in relation to the decision of the National Labor Relations Board, Case No. 206 NLRB No. 33, 1973      
  • October 19, 1972; 65: To: Earle K. Shawe; From: Carrol Hament, Warren M. Davison and Arthur M. Brewer; Re: Appropriate Units in the Utility Industry. [Provides an overview and discussion of the applicable cases to the issue of the IBEW filing a petition with the Labor Board seeking an election in a departmental unit of maintenance electricians at the Company's Calvert Cliffs power station]
  • February 6, 1980; 66: Memorandum: Requirements of Section 211 [of Pub. L. 95-507 that amends the Small Business Act and the Small Business Investment Act of 1958] as interpreted by the recently issued temporary regulations.    
  • August 13, 1973; 67: To: William J. Rosenthal; From: Arthur M. Brewer; Re: The authority of the N.L.R.B. to direct Globe elections where only one union is petitioning for a group of employees
  • n.d.; 68: Port East -- Local Wage Trends in Trucking Industry        
  • n.d.; 69: Cross-Section of Eastern Shore National Labor Relations Board Elections, Involving Companies Represented by Shawe & Rosenthal        
  • August 27, 1971; 70: To: Mr. R. F. Rogers, Executive Vice President, The Polymer Corporation; From: Carrol Hament; Re: The pitfalls of acquiring a small unionized company  
  • February 2, 1973; 71: To: Fellow Employees; From: Alan G. Matthews , Vice President of Manufacturing, The Pfaltzgraff Co., Stoneware Division; Re: How the union organizers try to deceive employees     
  • February 27, 1969; 72: To: All Employees; From: John M. Quinn, President, Lebanon Steel Foundry; Re: Recent meetings with the Union bargaining committee. [Handwritten comment states "see series of letters in file"]
  • December 5, 1975; 73: To: Mr. Frank O. Hill, Vice President and Manager Industrial Relations, Lebanon Steel Foundry; From: Carrol Hament; Re: Problems arising from contracting expansion work with a non-union contractor, including if the plant becomes the object of a picket put up by the Ironworkers Union             
  • August 8, 1978; 74: To: Mr. Max Hempt, President, Hempt Bros., Inc.; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Industry practice with respect to both length of vacation and employers' rights to schedule such vacation         
  • May 11, 1971; 75: To: Mr. William Wagenmann, Jr., Personnel Officer, Bank of Pennsylvania; From: Carrol Hament; Re: Comments and suggestions on proposed Employees Manual    
  • August 9, 1976; 76: To: Mr. David Levi, Personnel Manager, Maryland Cup Corporation; From: Bruce S. Harrison; Re: outline of the record retention requirements of the various employment discrimination laws, regulations and orders issued by Congress and enforcement agencies
  • November 24, 1980; 77: To: WJR; From: JMM; Re: Recent memo regarding Caesars Hotel. [Discusses jurisdiction and restitution claims]
  • June 13, 1980; 78: To: Mr. Ernest Levering, President, Marine Packing Co., Inc.; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Possibility of opening a second operation in order to perform crating and related work preparatory to the shipment of goods, principally of ships and how this affects the collective bargaining agreement with Teamsters Local 311        
  • n.d.; 79: To: Whiting-Turner Contracting Company; From: Joseph A. Aronica; Re: "Repeat Violations" of the Occupational Safety and Health Act   
  • November 9, 1978; 80: Prepared for: Eastern Shore Personnel Association, Seminar on Labor Relations and Equal Employment Opportunity; By: Shawe & Rosenthal; Re: Significant Trends and Developments in Labor-Management Relations 1977-1978       
  • Shaw & Rosenthal -- Memorandum --81 to 109
  • July 1977; 81 -- Memorandum Concerning Hew Regulations on Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Handicap. [Regarding new regulations by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare implementing Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. § 794)]
  • n.d.; 82 -- To: USF&G File; From: Eric Hemmendinger; Re: Option to produce records/duty to to compile under FRCP Rule 33 ( c )
  •  August 2, 1978; 83 -- Vacation and Holiday Pay Entitlements of Returning Cambridge Wire Cloth Employees Issues regarding whether the strike period must be computed for purposes of seniority and other benefits
  • July 11, 1980; 84 -- Memorandum Prepared for Eastern Stainless Steel Company . I. The Labor Implications of Withdrawal from Mutli-Employer Bargaining; II. The History and Present Status of the Experimental Negotiating Agreement
  • August 31, 1978; 85 -- To: Mr. Michael Savage, Beebe Hospital; From: Patrick M. Pilachowski; Re: Overtime of the Wage and Hour Laws pertaining to Hospital Employees      
  • n.d.; 86 -- Pre-Employment Interview and Application Inquiries Under Federal and State Anti-Discrimination Cases. [Discusses common pre-employment inquiries which have been found to violate Federal or State anti-discrimination laws and provides practical guidelines for avoiding charges of employment discrimination stemming from such application and pre-employment interview questions]
  • n.d.; 87 -- The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Standards Regarding Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records (29 C.F.R. § 1910.20). [Regarding the recently published OSHA standards]
  • January 22, 1981; 88 -- To: From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Salary requirements issued by the United States Department of Labor during the Carter Administration             
  • July 30, 1980; 89 -- Confidential Memorandum; Strike Guildelines; Prepared for District Hotel Supply Company  
  • August 16, 1977; 90 -- To: Mr. Joseph H. McLure, Jr., Employee Relations Counsel, The Coca-Cola Bottling Company; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Enforcement of Senate Bill 774, "An Act Concerning Employment - Disability Benefits for Pregnancy"               
  • March 1980; 91 -- Labor Law Checklist for Corporate Counsel, Major Federal and State Laws Affecting Employer-Employee Relations. [Prepared by: Jane H. Guy, Esq., Venable, Baetjer & Howard, Baltimore, Maryland]
  • November 2, 1978; 92 -- To:; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Southern Maryland Hospital Center. [Discusses the decision by the Regional Director for the National Labor Relations Board's Fifth Region in Baltimore regarding the Southern Maryland Hospital Center]
  • n.d.; 93 -- To: Bruce S. Harrison; From: Marc Tarlow; Re: Standing Under Rule 23 (a) (4)  
  • n.d.; 94 -- Struksnes Construction Co., 165 NLRB No. 102 - 1062  
  • December 5, 1979; 95 -- To: Mr. J. Stevenson Peck, President, Mr. James F. McLaughlin, Vice President, Union Trust Company of Maryland; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Impact on banking of Wyandotte [Michigan] Savings Bank (245 NLRB 120) and the October 26, 1979 contract settlement between the U.S. National Bank of Johnstown, Pennsylvania and Steelworkers Local 8204               
  • n.d.; 96 -- To: Gloria Brown; From: William J. Rosenthal; Re: Applicability of Pregnancy Anti-Discrimination Law to Caesars Palace employees who are in frequent Contact with the Public.
  • January 30, 1979; 97 -- To:  ; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: 1978 Amendments to the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Federal Government's issuance of Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures, and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's adoption of Affirmative Action Guidelines    
  • n.d.; 98 -- An Employee's Right to Union Representation at an Investigatory Interview. [Discusses N.L.R.B. v. Weingarten, Inc., 420 U.S. 251 (1975)]
  • April 1980; 99 -- Memorandum Concerning the Decision of the United States Supreme Court in Whirlpool Corporation v. Marshall              
  • September 29, 1977; 100 -- To:; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: N.L.R.B. v. Anne Arundel General Hospital and Powhatan Nursing Home
  • February 25, 1981; 101 -- Early Strategy in Secondary Boycott Situations By: Shawe & Rosenthal; Sun Life Building; Charles Center; Baltimore, MD 21201; (301) 752-1040     
  • n.d.; 102 -- To: SDS, AMB, BSH, LRS, PMP, EH, JMM; From: JMH; Re: Dobry, et al. v. Eastern Stainless Steel; Subj: Right to Discovery of statistical studies; Techniques and data (Regression analysis)           
  • August 27, 1974; 103 -- To: Mr. Winslow H. Parker, Jr., President, The Parker Metal Decorating Co., Howard & Ostend Streets; From: Norman R. Buchsbaum; Re: Possible consequences to the Company flowing from increases in orders due to the current strike at Sheet Metal              Discusses the Taft-Hartley amendments to labor laws
  • November 20, 1973; 104 -- To: Mr. Ralph P. Pass, Jr., Vice President, The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company; From: Norman R. Bauchsbaum; RE: Plant Expansion at Schlitz Tampa Plant. [Contains edits and handwritten comments]
  • n.d.; 105 -- To: Gloria Brown; From: William J. Rosenthal; Re: Pregnancy Leave Policy. [Proposed hotel policy with respect to pregnancy leave, taking into account the new amendment to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibiting discrimination because of or based upon pregnancy, child birth, or related medical conditions]
  • January 1981; 106 -- To:; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Growing tendency for courts to infer that employers have enforceable contractual obligations vis-à-vis their employees.  [Mentions the employment application statement used by Sears, Roebuck & Company to successfully defeat this inference]
  • November 3, 1980; 107 -- To:  ; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Growing number of decisions holidng that an employer's personnel policies may be construed as contractual in nature. [Discusses Toussaint v. Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Michigan and Novosel v. Sears, Roebuck & Company]
  • n.d.; 108 -- Employee Inspection of their Personnel Files               Discusses Pennsylvania Act 286 which becomes effective on January 23, 1979 and allows employees to inspect their individual personnel files.
  • n.d.; 109 -- Test Applicable to Appropriateness of Employee Discipline; Proposal by Shawe & Rosenthal. [Contains numerous edits and handwritten revisions]

 

Box 6

  • Shawe & Rosenthal -- Memorandum -- 110 to 137
  • October 27, 1980; 110:  From: Earle K. Shawe Re: Recent revision to Government regulations regarding construction contractors receiving more than Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000) in direct federal contracts or federally assisted Government construction contracts       
  • August 7, 1981; 111: To: Mr. Brad J. Hansen, Manager, Sales Personnel Services, Maryland Cup Corporation; From: Bruce S. Harrison; Re: Possible improper inquiries on the Company's application for sales employees       
  • n.d.; 112: Confidential Memorandum: Labor Relations History of Black & Decker (U.S.), Inc.         
  • March 18, 1981; 113: To: Mr. Bernhard J. Welle, Area Director, Industrial Relations, Ryder Truck Rental, Inc.; From: Warren M. Davison; Re: Concerning the apparently abortive organization effort by District Lodge No. 67 of the Machinists Union among the employees at Ryder's Beltsville, Maryland District Office       
  • n.d.; 114: From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Recent questions from the Nursing Homes represented by Shawe & Rosenthal concerning federal minimum wage regulations as they pertain to uniform maintenance payments by employees            
  • January 12, 1977; 115: Prepared for: Personnel Association of Greater Baltimore; From: Shawe & Rosenthal; Re: Significant Trends and Developments in Labor-Management Relations 1975 - 1976
  • September 25, 1979; 116: To: Mr. Frank O. Hill, Vice President - Industrial Relations, Lebanon Steel Foundry; From: J. Michael McGuire; Re: Lebanon Steel Foundry OSHA Inspection Procedures        
  • February 5, 1980; 117: To: Mr. Benjamin L. Green, B. Green & Co., Inc.; From: Stephen D. Shawe; Re: Recent wage and hour inquiry concerning overtime pay to computer programmers       
  • October 12, 1965; 118: To: Mr. Albert E. Edwards, Vice President, Textile Machine Works; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Problems involved in continuing to bargain with an incumbent union after a rival petition for recognition has been filed with the National Labor Relations Board         
  • April 1, 1969; 119: To: Mr. D. L. Quick, Field Personnel Manager, Western Auto; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Common Carrier's Duty to Serve Shippers and Consignees Involved in Labor Dispute           
  • September 23, 1980; 120: To:  ; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Recent developments concerning the obligation of an employer to comply with written and unwritten employment policies. [Discusses lawsuits based on the theory that employment policies are contractual in nature and, if an employer fails to comply with such a policy, a present or past employee can enforce it in court.  Includes Dahl v. Brunswick Corporation, 277 Md. 471, 456 A.2d 221 (1976) as an example]
  • March 2, 1981;   121: To: Mr. Gregory Murphy, Director of Personnel, The Memorial Hospital at Easton, MD, Inc.; From: J. Craig Peyton; Re: Overtime Provisions of Section 7, Fair Labor Standards Act       
  • January 16, 1979; 122: To: Vivian Ross, Esquire, McDonald's Corporation; From: Bruce S. Harrison; Re: Recent telephone conversation regarding workmen's compensation           
  • January 14, 1981; 123: To: Mr. James F. McLaughlin, Jr., Vice President, Personnel, Union Trust Company of Maryland; From: Patrick M. Pilachowski; Re: Bank's potential exposure to liability arising out of an employee's death following the annual Christmas party 
  • October 29, 1976; 124: Prepared for McCormick & Co., Inc., Hunt Valley Maryland; By: Shawe & Rosenthal; Re: Appropriate Unit Criteria Applicable to McCormick & Co., Inc.'s Baltimore-Hunt Valley Facilities           
  • n.d.; 125: Confidential Memorandum: The Labor and Antitrust Law Implications of the Proposed Agreement Between the Atlantic City Casino Association and the Atlantic City Service and Trades Council
  • May 14, 1975; 126: To: Mr. Robert P. Maul, Vice President & Secretary, McLean Contracting Company; From: Carrol Hament; Re: The Operation and application of prevailing wage legislation and the utilization of apprentices when preforming work under public contracts in Baltimore City
  • April 11, 1972;127: To: Mr. S. James Campbell, Harry T. Campbell Sons' Co.; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: An Analysis of the legal issues raised by Harry T. Campbell Sons' proposed refusal to deal with the customers of Arundel Corporation in the event that the Teamsters Local No. 311 strikes Arundel Corporation    
  • October 17, 1974; 128: To: Mr. Charles E. Scott, Director of Personnel, The Sheppard & Enoch Pratt Hospital; From: Carrol Hament; Re: The continued operation of the Hospital's Employee Council in light of the recent congressional extension of the National Labor Relations Act to nonprofit hospitals  
  • May 14 - 16, 1981; 129: Prepared for: Labor-Management Relations Seminar for Chief Executive Officers; Re: Employee Contract Lawsuits --  A New Challenge to Management's Rights to Discharge Employees               
  • October 5, 1978; 130: To: Mr. C. E. Utermohle, Chairman of the Board, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Recent movement in the Senate to resurrect the ill-fated Labor Law Reform Act      
  • December 6, 1978; 131: To:  ; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Pregnancy disability amendment to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended           Amendment designed to overcome the effect of the Supreme Court's decision in General Electric Co. v. Gilbert, 429 U.S. 125 (1976)
  • January 14, 1969; 132: To: Mr. Richard Dean, Director of Industrial Relations, Crowell Collier and MacMillan, Inc.; From: Daniel P. Dooley; Re: Brentano's Inc. Case No. 2-RC-15088 regarding the problems involved in continuing to bargain with an incumbent union (the Retail Clerks) after a rival (Teamsters) petition for recognition has been filed with the National Labor Relations Board               
  • May 21, 1973; 133: To: William C. Humphrey, Esquire, Regional Director, Region 5, National Labor Relations Board; From: Shawe & Rosenthal:  Earle K. Shawe, Warren M. Davison, Schnader, Harrison, Segal & Lewis: John H. Leddy; Re: Safeway Trails, Inc. Case No. 5-CA-5875 regarding the position of the Company on unfair labor practice charges which have been filed by United Transportation Union, Local 1699, and which are currently under investigation    
  • n.d.; 134: "Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Interrogatories Used in Discharge Cases"            
  • March 19, 1981; 135: For: Release in AM Papers; From: National Labor Relations Board, Washington, D.C.; Re: NLRB Statistical Summary for the Three-Month Period January through March 1980   
  • August 2, 1980; 136: Prepared for: Thiokol Corporation; By: Shawe & Rosenthal; Re: Significant Trends and Developments in Equal Employment Opportunity and Labor Law 1979 - 1980          
  • September 4, 1979; 137: To: Ms. Jane M. Selway, Employment Supervisor, The Pfaltzgraff Company; From: Carrol Hament; Re: Content, Retention and Inspection of Employee Records     
  • Shawe & Rosenthal -- Memorandum -- 138 to 171
  • March 6, 1981;   138: To: All Attorneys; From: IS; Re: Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. v. Marshall. [Attachment includes a court decision that affects Government contractors' obligations to establish goals and timetables for minority and female utilization]
  • April 6, 1981; 139: To: Mr. E. C. Alcantara, President, Eastern Stainless Steel Company; From: Bruce S. Harrison; Re: Concerning the impact of the recent Supreme Court decision in Texas Dept. of Community Affiars v. Burdine on individual discrimination cases       
  • March 26, 1981; 140: Prepared for: Weber County Industrial Development Corporation; By: Bruce S. Harrison; Re: "1980 Equal Employment Opportunity Developments"              
  • May 10, 1977; 141: To: Mr. Jack Guilfoyle, Personnel Manager, Hedwin Corporation; From: Patrick M. Pilachowski; Re: Maryland Workmen's Compensation Statute (Article 101, §51 of the Annotated Code of Maryland) as well as various statutory requirements for retention of employee applications and personnel records
  • n.d.; 142: "Overview of Equal Employment Opportunity Law" and " Record Retention Guidelines"           
  • February 22, 1977; 143: To: Mr. Jack L. Coleman, Personnel Director, Rubatex Corporation; From: Carrol Hament; Re: Section 503 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and its relevance concerning whether the Company may properly deny a handicapped applicant employment because that person would be unable to perform a portion of the classication work (i.e., "heavy" work)       
  • n.d.; 144: To: WJR; From: AMB; Re: The Applicability of The Bethlehem Steel Decision to the Current Situation at Thiokol Corporation's Moss Point Facility             
  • January 15, 1979; 145: To: Mr. Edward A. Gallagher, IV, President, George Transfer and Rigging Company; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Changes regarding equal employment opportunity law including the 1978 Amendment to the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Federal Government's issuance of Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures, and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's adoption of Affirmative Action Guidelines    Lines striking through the addressee included
  • n.d.; 146: Prepared for: Maryland Hotel & Motor Inn Association; Re: Pre-Employment Interview and Application Inquiries Under Federal and State Anti-Discrimination Cases         
  • December 16, 1980; 147: To: Mr. Edward J. Robinson, Director of Personnel, Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, Inc.; From: Patrick M. Pilachowski; Re: Comments and recommendations on current Company personnel policies   
  • December 19, 1980; 148: To: Ms. Anna Mary Noble, National Lutheran Home; From: Patrick M. Pilachowski; Re: Comments and recommendations on current Company Employee Handbook, especially in light of employee discrimination laws    
  • June 2, 1977; 149: To: Ms. Kathryn F. Constance, Personnel, The Plasticoid Company; From: Bruce S. Harrison; Re: Comments on two proposed Company application forms. [Written in light of employment discrimination laws, comments on the General Cable Corporation Application Form and the Draft Plasticoid Company Application Form]
  • August 21, 1978; 150: To: Mr. Ernest Muths, Waverly Press, Inc.; From: Patrick M. Pilachowski; Re: EEO Inquiries from Federal Government Contractors             concerning inquiry on the applicability of federal regulations on employing handicapped individuals.  Discusses Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
  • June 4 - 6, 1979; 151: Prepared for the Labor Relations Seminar, Hershey, Pennsylvania, June 4, 5, and 5, 1979; "A Guide to Conducting Lawful Pre-Employment Inquiries" 
  • n.d.; 152: "Union Trust Guidelines to Forstall Sexual Harassment Claims"              
  • September 9, 1977; 153: To: Mr. Jack L. Coleman, Personnel Director, Rubatex Corporation; From: Carrol Hament; Re: Comments on the Bondtex employment application form           
  • n.d.; 154: To: SDS; From: LRS; Re: Airpax documents requested by E.E.O.C. concerning charges filed by a Ms. Camper, a charging party alleging discrimination based on sex.  At issue is the extreme delay between the charge-filing date and the commencement of the E.E.O.C. investigation process raising the question whether or not a charge can become so "stale" as to be arguably unpursuable by the Commission]
  • August 17, 1978; 155: To: Mr. P. Randell Kleinert, Employee Relations Manager, Union Memorial Hospital; From: Stephen D. Shawe; Re: Recent Amendments to Age Discrimination in Employment Act that take effect January 1, 1979         Concerning current practice of requiring employees over the age of 65 to request extension of their normal retirement dates on a year-to-year basis that will be prohibited under changes
  • September 8, 1972; 156: To: Mr. W. J. Zook, Executive Vice President, Wooster Brush Company; From: William J. Rosenthal; Re: Comments on proposed employee handbook with recommendations for the areas concerning the solicitation rule and the maternity leave policy          
  • January 22, 1981; 157: Handout from Venable, Baetjer and Howard, Baltimore, Maryland; By: Jane Howard, Esquire; Re: "Employer Checklist to Ensure Compliance with Sexual Harassment Guidelines". [Handwritten notation "[illegible] out at Seminar 1/22/81"]
  • March 25, 1981; 158: To: Mr. R. G. Schubert, Executive Vice President - Administrative Services Commonwealth National Bank; From: Bruce S. Harrison; Re: Bank Dress Code for employees         
  • n.d.; 159: "Affirmative Action Program for Employment of the Handicapped"     
  • March 19, 1979; 160: To: Mrs. Gloria Brown, Personnel Director, Caesars Palace; From: William J. Rosenthal; Re: Applicability of Pregnancy Anti-Discrimination Law to Certain Employees of Caesars Palace   
  • March 15, 1978; 161: To: McDonald's Corporation; Re: Whether McDonald's Corporation can maintain an action to prevent the Office of Federal Contract Compliance from releasing corporation E.E.O.-1 forms     
  • November 13, 1980; 162: To: Reverend Floyd Meisenhelter, Lutheran Social Services, South Region; From: Patrick M. Pilachowski; Re: General overview of EEO considerations that Company personnel should be conscious of in the recruiting, interviewing, hiring and assigning of jobs to applicants. 
  • 1975; 163: Prepared for: Nevada Resort Association, Las Vegas, Nevada; By: Shawe & Rosenthal; Re: Significant Developments in Employment Discrimination Law and Enforcement in Recent Years      
  • August 14, 1979; 164: To: Mr. Robert T. Maul, Executive Vice President, McLean Contracting Company; From: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Comments regarding proposed Employment Application     
  • August 29, 1980; 165: To: Mr. Mario Francioli, Director of Industrial Relations, Eastern Stainless Steel Co.; From: Eric Hemmendinger; Re: Response to Mr. Richard Holloway's inquiry requesting opinion as to the legal and practical considerations concerning Eastern Stainless Steel's policy of conducting pre-employment physical (or medical) examinations    
  • November 25, 1975; 166: "Equal Employment Opportunity Seminar, Tuesday, November 25, 1975, Reading Pennsylvania"               
  • March 30, 1981; 167: To: Mr. John Hopkins; From: Ira Sherman; Re: Inquiry concerning the obligations of MSC to complete and submit an EEO-1 form          
  • December 21, 1981; 168: To: Mr. P. Randell Kleinert, Employee Relations Manager, The Union Memorial Hospital; From: Stephen D. Shawe; Re: Whether or not the Hospital should, for purposes of its internal grievance procedure, treat as special cases grievance raising equal employment opportunity issues    
  • n.d.; 169: To: All supervisors and members of management; Re: "Company Guidelines to Forestall Sexual Harassment Claims"
  • n.d.; 170: To: Thomas J. O'Reilly; From: William J. Rosenthal; Re: Memorandum Concerning Legal Considerations Involved in Establishment of Proposed Dynachem Manufacturing Facility at Moss Point, Mississippi               
  • September 18, 1981; 171: Prepared for: The Cambridge Wire Cloth Company; By: Earle K. Shawe; Re: Memorandum Concerning Current Status of Union Representation Proceedings and a Summary of Alternative Company Approaches
  • Shawe & Rosenthal -- Master Campaign File
  • December 1981; A: Guides to Supervisors Concerning Proper Conduct During Union Organizational Activities. [1. Harry T. Campbell Sons Company's Guide for Supervisory Personnel; 2. Thiokol Corporation, Supervisors' Do's and Don'ts; 3. Guide for Supervisors; 4. Safeguarding Management's Rights: A Summary of Federal Labor Law Regulating Company Conduct During Union Organizational Drives; 5. Supervisors' Quiz on Labor Relations]
  • B: Union Authorization Cards. [1. Leaflet: Would You Sign a Blank Check?; 2. Speeches to Employees on Signing Union Authorization Cards]
  • C: Company Response to Union Demand for Recognition
  • D: Company Response to Filing of Union Petition for Representation Election with the National Labor Relations Board.[1. High Steel Structures, Inc., Notice to Employees; 2. Mid-Atlantic Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Notice to Employees; 3. Plaza Manor Nursing Home, Speech to Employees]
  • E: Company Notices to Employees Regarding Election Details. [1. Giant Food, Letter to Employees; 2. Caesars Boardwalk Regency, Notice to Employees; 3. Cambridge Wire Cloth Company, Notice to Employees; 4. Grenoble Mills, Inc., Notice to Employees]
  • F: Campaign Schedules. [1. Model Schedule; 2. The Hecht Company; 3. Grenoble Mills, Inc.; 4. High Steel Structures, Inc.; 5. The Macke Company – Harrisburg]
  • G: Special Materials for Supervisors During Election Campaigns. [1. High Steel Structures, Inc., Supervisors' Responses to Stock Union Arguments; 2. Summary of Themes to be Used During Campaign; 3. Giant Food, Question and Answer Fact Sheet for Supervisors; 4(a) - 4(c). The Hecht Company, Supervisors' Discussion Guides]
  • H: Campaign Letters to Employees (In Complete Sets). [1(a) - 1(c). Grenoble Mills, Inc. (July 15, 1981 Election); 2(a) - 2(e). High Steel Structures, Inc. (September 12, 1980 Election); 3(a) - 3(e). The Hecht Company (May 21, 1981 Election); 4(a) - 4(c). Congoleum Corporation (February 22, 1979 Election; 5(a) - 5(b). Caesars Tahoe (January 7, 1981 Election); 6(a) - 6 (c). The Macke Company -- Harrisburg (June 26, 1981 Election)]
  • I: Campaign Speeches to Employees. [1(a) - 1(c). Grenoble Mills, Inc. (Set of three speeches); 2(a) - 2(d). High Steel Structures, Inc. (Set of four speeches); 3. Baltimore Gas & Electric Company (September 19, 1962 Election); 4. Congoleum Corporation; 5. Thurmont Shoe Company; 6. Caesars Tahoe; 7. Bally Park Place (Slot Election on April 16, 1981); 8. Summary: Personal Discussion Outline During Pre-Election Campaign to Employees of Small Voting Unit]
  • J: Miscellaneous Campaign Materials to Employees and to Unions on Specific Campaign Issues. [1. Peninsula General Hostpital, Letter to Employees regarding Union offer to Debate with Management; 2. Thurmont Shoe Company, Telegram to Union Refusing to Participate in Pre-Election "Debate"; 3. Pure Carbon Company, Letter to Union Refusing to Recognize It on Basis of Cards, and Declining Offer to Debate; 4. Bally Park Place, Letter to Employees: Union Claims Versus Facts; 5. Giant Food, Letter to Union Responding to Union's Offer to Waive Objections to Company's Granting Pre-Election Wage Increases; 6. Baltimore Business Forms, "Guarantees" by Company Officials that they will not violate Employees' Rights regardless of Outcome of Vote]
  • K: Campaign Leaflets. [1. "Our Employees Want to Know" (Q & A Leaflet); 2(a) - 2(b). "Your Vote is Absolutely Secret" (Leaflets; two versions); 3(a) - 3(e). "Union Promises" (Leaflets; five versions); 4. "Watch Out for the Union Trap" (Leaflet); 5(a) - 5(c). "Union Wants Your Money" (Leaflets; three versions); 6(a)-6(e). "Fringe Benefits: You Have Them Now" (Leaflets; five versions); 7(a) - 7(j). "Real Cost of Strikes" (Ten leaflets; many tell particular story of union strikes); 7(k). "What Would a Strike Cost You?" (Leaflet); 8. "Layman's Guide" (Leaflet); 9. "Layman's Guide" (N.L.R.B. Official Publication); 10. "Time to Decide Your Future" (Leaflet); 11(a) - 11(m). Miscellaneous Campgain Leaflets; 12(a) - 12(c). Leaflets with Excerpts from Union Constitutions and Bylaws (Steelworkers, OCAW, Teamsters); 13(a) - 13(b). Sample Ballots (Leaflets; two versions)]
  • L: Payroll Stuffers. [1. Maryland Cup Corporation, Fact & Fiction; 2. Wiley Manufacturing Company, Here Are The Facts; 3. Tiffiny Uniform, Inc., Warranty Coupons: Get Them in Writing; 4. "Union Taxes?"; 5. "Blow on This Spot . . ."; 6(a) - 6(c). "This is Your Regular Pay!" (three versions); 7. "Union Phony Money"; 8. "Strikes Mean . . ." (Sticker); 9. "It's All Yours Now" (English/Spanish); 10. "You Have Never Lost One Cent's Worth of Pay . . ."; 11. "Don't Rock the Boat Before We Get It Bailed Out"; 12. "Cold Cash For Hot Air"; 13. "It's Your Choice!"; 14. "The Union Wants Your Money!"; 15. Sample Check for Union Dues From Company Employees; 16. "Vote NO!"; 17. "It's All Yours Now"; 18. "It's Still All Yours Now"]
  • M: Election Day Checklist for Supervisors             
  • N: Notice to Employees Thanking Them for Rejecting Union

 

Box 7

  • Shawe & Rosenthal -- Case Briefs -- B-1 to B-6
  • July 25, 1977; B-1: Allegheny Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, Inc., Employer and General Teamsters & Allied Workers, Local Union No. 992, a/w International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-10090; National Labor Relations Board; Employer's Request for Review of Regional Director's Decision and Direction of Election; Prepared by William J. Rosenthal and Leslie R. Stellman           
  • November 7, 1975; B-2: Koppers Company, Inc., Employer and Salaried Employees Association, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-9488; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, Carrol Hament and Arthur M. Brewer 
  • August 2, 1977; B-3: Drug Fair, Inc., Employer and Retail Store Employees Union Local 400, a/w Retail Clerks' International Association, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-10110; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepare by Earle K. Shawe, Stephen D. Shawe and Leslie R. Stellman
  • August 15, 1977; B-4: The Cambridge Wire Cloth Compnay, Inc., Employer and United Steelworkers of America, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-10138; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, Carrol Hament and Leslie R. Stellman     
  • April 20, 1977;    B-5: Buehler Food Markets, Incorporated, Employer and Retail Clerks International Association, Local No. 698, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 8-RC-10794; National Labor Relations Board Eighth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, William J. Rosenthal and Leslie R. Stellman           
  • January 10, 1980; B-6: Boardwalk Regency Corp., Employer and Local40-B, International Brotherhood of Law Enforcement & Security Officers, Petitioner; Case No. 4-RC-13845; National Labor Relations Board; Opposition of Boardwalk Regency Corp. To Petitioner's Request for Review; Prepared by William J. Rosenthal and Leslie R. Stellman        
  • Shawe & Rosenthal -- Case Briefs -- B-7 to B-12
  • March 18, 1977; B-7: Thiokol Corporation/Wasatch Division, Employer and Interntaionl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 217, AFL-CIO; Case Nos. 27-RC-5332 and 27-RC-5333; National Labor Relations Board Twenty-Seventh Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, William J. Rosenthal and Leslie R. Stellman               
  • December 12, 1975; B-8: Security Inn Associates, a limited partnership, T/A Ramada Inn Beltway, Employer and Bartenders, Hotel, Restaurant And Cafeteria Employees' Union Local 36, affiliated with Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-9538; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe and Warren M. Davison    
  • April 5, 1976; B-9: The Maryland School for the Blind, Employer and American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Council 67, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-9615; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Maryland School for the Blind; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, Warren M. Davison and Leslie R. Stellman        
  • October 10, 1978; B-10: Southern Maryland Hosptial Center, Employer v. International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 99-99A-99C, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-10595; National Labor Relations Board; Brief on Behalf of Employer, Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, Warren M. Davison and Leslie R. Stellman 
  • March 6, 1979;   B-11: Missouri Portland Cement Company, Employer and United Cement, Lime and Gypsum Workers International Union, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 17-RC-8699; National Labor Relations Board Seventeenth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Carrol Hament
  • May 29, 1979;    B-12: Maryland Cup Corporation, Employer and Freight Drivers and Helpers Local Union 577, affiliated with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen, and Helpers of America, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-10788; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer, prepared by Earle K. Shawe, Stephen D. Shawe
  • Shawe & Rosenthal -- Case Briefs -- B-13 to B-22
  • June 18, 1979; B-13: Drug Fair, Inc., Employer and Hotel & Restaurant Employees Local 25, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-10813; National Labor Relations Board, Region 5; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Stephen D. Shawe and Leslie R. Stellman            
  • November 8, 1974; B-14: Allegheny Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, Employer and Locals 430,764,771,776 and 992, A/W International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, Joint Petitioners; Case No. 4-RC-11213; National Labor Relations Board; Brief on Behalf of Employer; Prepared by William J. Rosenthal and John S. Williamson, III   
  • January 5, 1980; B-15: Allegheny Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, Inc., Employer and General Teamsters and Allied Workers, Local Union No. 992, a/w International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-11378; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by William J. Rosenthal and Leslie R. Stellman          
  • August 6, 1979; B-16: Allegheny Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company (Baltimore Division) and Federation of Employees, Local 1027 and Local Union No. 937, a/w IBT; Case No. 5-RC-10886; National Labor Relations Board Region Five; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by William J. Rosenthal and Leslie R. Stellman           
  • November 19, 1975; B-17: Allegheny Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, Employer and Amalgamated Meatcutters and Butcher Workmen of North America, Local 117, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-9486; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behald of the Employer; Prepared by William J. Rosenthal and John S. Williamson, III    
  • n.d.; B-18: Monumental Life Insurance Corporation, Employer and Kay E. Zerkle, Petitioner and Insuarnace Workers International Union AFL-CIO, Intervenor; Case No. 5-RD-604; National Labor Relations Board Region 5; Brief on Behal of the Employer; Prepared by Eric Hemmendinger       
  • April 17, 1981; B-19: Lenmar, Inc., Employer and International Molders and Allied Workers, AFL-CIO, Local 19, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-11471; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Leslie R. Stellman             
  • September 8, 1978; B-20: Hamburg Knitting Mills Company, Employer and International Ladies Garment Workers' Union, AFL-CIO, Local 93, Petitioner; Case No. 4-RC-13213; National Labor Relations Board; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe and Warren M. Davison       
  • December 22, 1975; B-21: Hedwin Corporation, Employer and Local 190 Aluminum Workers International Union, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 25-RC-6157; National Labor Relations Board Twenty-Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, William J. Rosenthal and Leslie R. Stellman
  • August 15, 1979; B-22: The Hecht Company, A Division of May Department Stores Company, Employer and Retail Store Employees Union, Local 400, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-10904; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, Stephen D. Shawe and Leslie R. Stellman   and Leslie R. Stellman   

 

Box 8

  • Shawe & Rosenthal -- Case Briefs -- B-23 to B-33
  • June 6, 1978; B-23: The Hecht Company, Employer and Retail Store Employees Union, Local 400, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-10445; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, Carrol Hament, Stephen D. Shawe and Leslie R. Stellman             
  • August 23, 1977; B-24: Schmidt Baking Company, Inc., Employer and Bakery, Laundry, and Allied Sales Drivers, Local Union No. 33, a/w the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-10132; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by William J. Rosenthal, Arthur M. Brewer and Leslie R. Stellman        
  • July 3, 1978; B-25: Pennfield Corporation, Employer and Teamsters Local Union No. 771, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, Petitioner; Case No. 4-RC-13215; National Labor Relations Board Fourth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe and Warren M. Davison         
  • July 3, 1978; B-26: Vlasic Foods, Inc., Employer and Amaglamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-10493; National Labor Relations Board Region Five; Brief for Vlasic Foods, Inc.; Prepared by Carrol Hament and Joseph J. Aronica               
  • May 10, 1979; B-27: Vie De France Corporation - Boston Wholesale Division, Company and New England Joint Board, Retail Wholesale and Department Store Union, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 1-RC-16268; National Labor Relations Board First Region; Brief on Behalf of Company; Prepared by Warren M. Davison    
  • August 16, 1974; B-28: Allegheny Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, Employer and Amalgamated Meat Cutters & Butcher Workmen of North America, Local 117, AFL-CIO; Case No. 5-RC-9005; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of Employer; Prepared by William J. Rosenthal and John S. Williamson, III               
  • May 15, 1980; B-29: Bally's Park Place, Inc., Employer and Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union, Local 54, Petitioner; Case No. 4-RC-14160; National Labor Relations Board Fourth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by William J. Rosenthal and Leslie R. Stellman           
  • March 4, 1981;   B-30: Bally's Park Place, Inc., Employer and United Food and Commercial Workers Union, Local 1358, Petitioner; Case No. 4-RC-14513; National Labor Relations Board; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by William J. Rosenthal and Leslie R. Stellman              
  • December 3, 1979; B-31: Resorts International Hotel, Inc., Employer and Local 40-B, International Brotherhood of Law Enforcement and Security Officers, Petitioner; Case No. 4-RC-18911; National Labor Relations Board Fourth Region; Prepared by William J. Rosenthal and Leslie R. Stellman
  • June 5, 1979; B-32: Modern Communication Corporation, Employer and Iris E. Dawson, Petitioner and Retail Store Employees Local 692, Retail Clerks International Union, AFL-CIO, Union; Case No. 5-RD-653; National Labor Relations Board; Brief on Behalf of Employer; Prepared by Arthur M. Brewer and Patrick M. Pilachowski 
  • February 15, 1980; B-33: Maryland Cup Corporation, Employer and Freight Drivers & Helpers, Local Union 557, affiliated with International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen & Helpers of America, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-10984; National Labor Relations Board; Employer's Brief in Opposition to Petitioner's Petition for Review of the Regional Director's Decision and Certification of Results of Election; Prepared by Stephen D. Shawe and Leslie R. Stellman              
  • Shawe & Rosenthal -- Case Briefs -- B-34 to B-44
  • June 14, 1974;B34: The Baltimore Spice Company, Employer and General Drivers and Warehousemen, Local 581, Affiliated with International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, Petitioner; Case No. 18-RC-10046; National Labor Relations Board Region 18; Brief for the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe and Carrol Hament               
  • August 11, 1975; B35: Western Auto Supply Company, Employer and General Drivers, Warehousemen and Helpers Local Union 745, a/w International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, Petitioner; Case No. 16-RC-6942; Natioanl Labor Relations Board Region 16; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe and Carrol Hament          
  • June 30, 1976; B36: Western Auto Supply Company, Employer and Drivers, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers, Local No. 71, a/w International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, Petitioner; Case No. 11-RC-4135; National Labor Relations Board Region 11, Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Carrol Hament and Patricia S. Kuzma             
  • May 1, 1974; B37: Ryder Truck Rental, Inc., Employer and Freight Drivers and Helpers Local 557, affiliated with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen & Helpers of America, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-8892; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, Warren M. Davison and Arthur M. Brewer               
  • June 30, 1981; B38: The Hecht Company, a Division of May Department Stores Company, Employer and United Food and Commercial Workers Union, Local 400, U.F.C.W. International Union, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-11515; Natioanl Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Hecht Company; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, Stephen D. Shawe and J. Craig Peyton         
  • July 10, 1961; B39: E. H. Koester Bakery Co., Inc., Employer and American Bakery and Confectionery Workers International Union, Local No. 68, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-3455; National Labor Relations Board, Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, Sidney J. Barban and William J. Rosenthal             
  • September 20, 1963; B40: Maryland Paper Box Compan, Employer and International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers, AFL-CIO, Petitioner and United Papermakers and Paperworkers, AFL-CIO, Intervenor and Truckdrivers & Helpers Local No. 355, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen, and Helpers of America, Intervenor; Case No. 5-RC-4223; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Petition for Review of a Decision of the Regional Director for the Fifth Region; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, William J. Rosenthal and Larry M. Wolf           
  • July 17, 1961; B41: General Supply and Equipment, Inc., Employer and Construction and Building Material Drivers, Warehousemen and Helpers Local Union 311, I.B.T.C.W. & H. of A., Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-3502; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, Sidney J. Barban and William J. Rosenthal               
  • May 6, 1974; B42: Allegheny Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, Employer and Chauffeurs, Teamsters, Warehousemen & Helpers Local Union 771, a/w International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen & Helpers of America, Independent, Petitioner; Case No. 4-RC-10888; National Labor Relations Board Fourth Region; Brief on Behalf of Employer; Prepared by William J. Rosenthal and Warren M. Davison            
  • November 3, 1958; B43: The Cottman Company, Employer and Industrial Union of Marine Shipbuilding Workers of America, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-2554; National Labor Relations Board; Brief on Behalf of the Cottman Company; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, Sidney J. Barban and William J. Rosenthal  
  • December 14, 1976; B44: Central GMC, Inc., Employer and District Lodge No. 67, International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-9894; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief for the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe and Warren M. Davison 
  • Shawe & Rosenthal -- Case Briefs -- B-45 to B-52
  • October 16, 1967; B-45: Drug Fair - Community Drug Co., Inc., Employer and Retail Store Employees' Union Local 400, Retail Clerks' International Association, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-6147; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe and Daniel P. Dooley     
  • December 3, 1963; B-46: The Black and Deker Manufacturing Company, Employer; and International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehosemen and Helpers of America, Petitioner and District No. 12, International Association of Machinists, AFL-CIO, Intervenor; Case No. 5-RC-4381; National Labor Relations Board; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe and Larry M. Wolf  
  • November 29, 1955; B-47: Benner Box, Inc., Employer and International Printing Pressmen and Assistants Union of North America, AFL, Petitioner; Case No. 10-RC-3269; Miami Paper Board Mills, Inc., Employer and International Printing Pressmen and Assistants Union of North America, AFL, Petitioner; Case No. 10-RC-3249; National Labor Relations Board; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shaw, Sidney J. Barban and William J. Rosenthal   
  • June 18, 1969; B-48: A/S/C Corporation, Employer and District No. 12, International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, AFL-CIO, Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-6811; National Labor Relations Board Fifth Region; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, Larry M. Wolf and Norman R. Buchsbaum; Nathan Patz, Of Counsel for the Employer            
  • July 19, 1956; B-49: Capital Bakers, Inc. and Food Drivers, Salesmen, Dairy and Ice Cream Workers, Local Union No. 765, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, AFL-CIO; Case No. 4-RC-3056; National Labor Relations Board; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, Sidney J. Barban and William J. Rosenthal       
  • July 2, 1962; B-50: Stewart & Co., Employer and Warehouse Employees Local Union No. 570, Internationl Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America; Case No. 5-RC-3784; National Labor Relations Board; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, William J. Rosenthal and Larry M. Wolf 
  • September 15, 1958; B-51: Sutherland Paper Company, Employer and Amalgamated Lithographers of America, Petitioner; Case No. 7-RC-3717; National Labor Relations Board; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Earle K. Shawe, Sidney J. Barban and William J. Rosenthal               
  • August 1, 1978; B-52: Draper-King Cole, Inc., Company and Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers Local No. 876 Petitioner; Case No. 5-RC-10486; National Labor Relations Board Region 5; Brief on Behalf of the Employer; Prepared by Carrol Hament and Joseph J. Aronica    

October 1981; Shawe & Rosenthal -- Master Index

  • Memoranda and Briefs. Index to Memoranda Volumes 1 – VIII and Briefs Volumes I – VI. [Memoranda: Labor Relations Index pg. 1, Equal Employment Opportunity Index pg. 22, Wage and Hour Index pg. 32, Synopses of Memoranda (In Sequence) pg. 35; Briefs: Summary of Contents -- Subject Headings for "R"-Case Brief Index pg. 69, "R"-Case Brief Index pg. 71, Alphabetical Listing of "R"-Case Briefs pg. 102]

Photographs

  • n.d.; American Bakers Association Annual Convention at the Hotel Sherman in Chicago. Left to right: William A. Browning (Donaldson Baking Company, Columbus, OH); George E. Hall (Capital Bakeries, Inc. Chambersburg, PA); Earl K. Shawe (at microphone); Jack R. Dickinson (Modern Bakery, Kingsport TN); William Wachs (management consultant NYC)
  • n.d. Portraits of Earl K. Shawe (7 photographs)
  • n.d.; Miscellaneous photographs of Earl K. Shawe in unknown events. (12 photographs)
  • Video Interview with Mr. Shawe, August 18-20, 2008

               

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