Glenn Rothner

Rothner Segall & Greenstone

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Long-time labor attorney with Rothner Segall & Greenstone, he has represented public and private sector unions

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The US Supreme Court heard arguments today in  Friedrichs v. the California Teachers Association .

The US Supreme Court Takes Aim at Public Sector Unions

The US Supreme Court heard arguments today in Friedrichs v. the California Teachers Association .

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