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Donald J. Munro

Don Munro is a litigator with a particular focus on labor, employment, and transportation issues. He represents companies and individuals in federal trial and appellate courts and before federal agencies in cases involving collective bargaining, union representation disputes, wage and hour issues, employee safety, discrimination, wrongful discharge, restrictive covenants, Family and Medical Leave Act, health and welfare plans, contract disputes, executive compensation, and similar matters. He also has extensive experience in labor negotiations and arbitrations.

In the transportation industry, Don is a nationally known authority on the Railway Labor Act and represents a number of national, regional, and short-line railroads in all aspects of labor, employment, and related regulatory issues. He has appeared on behalf of all of the nation's major freight railroads in matters of significant concern to the rail industry as a whole, including matters before the National Mediation Board and the Surface Transportation Board, and has argued more than a dozen cases for various railroads in the U.S. courts of appeal across the country. He is a frequent speaker at airline and railroad labor law conferences and currently serves as the management co-chair of the ABA Railway and Airline Labor Law Committee. Don is also an editor of The Railway Labor Act treatise and a member of the National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel. [1]