Rick Boisseau focuses his practice on traditional labor relations matters under the National Labor Relations Act. He is experienced in the entire spectrum of employment relations law.
Mr. Boisseau has spoken at numerous seminars for lawyers and laymen on labor relations issues. In addition, he has written numerous articles on employment-related topics, and is a contributing author to How Arbitration Works, Elkouri & Elkouri, the most widely used manual on labor arbitration.
Mr. Boisseau was recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® for Labor and Employment Law in 2017 and the 16 years immediately preceding. He is also listed in the 2016 and the seven years immediately preceding editions of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business for Labor & Employment law. Mr. Boisseau is listed as a Georgia "Super Lawyer" in the area of Employment & Labor in 2013 and the four years immediately preceding by SuperLawyers magazine and recognized in The International Who's Who of Business Lawyers for 2009. He was named one of the "Top One Hundred Labor Attorneys" in the United States for 2006 by Labor Relations Institute, Inc. and is AV® rated by Martindale-Hubbell*.
*CV, BV, and AV are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedure's standards and policies.
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Temple University J.D. (1974) cum laude
Drexel University (1968) Undergraduate
American Bar Association, Committee on Labor Arbitration and the Law of Collective Bargaining Agreements, Member
How Arbitration Works, Elkouri & Elkouri, Contributing Author
Visiting Nurse Health System of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc., Past President of the Board of Directors
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