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SHAW'S, OSCO and STAR MARKET are part of the nationwide SUPERVALU® INC. (NYSE: SVU) family of grocery stores. Shaw's is one of the oldest continuously operated supermarkets in the United States with its roots dating to 1860. Throughout five New England st...
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Local 7 then filed a stage 4 grievance requesting that the case be sent to arbitration. The grievance was then assigned to the NECOPS legal team from Hanley, Hassett & Fitzsimmons LLC. Attorney Brian Fitzsimmons took the case, and filed all the necessary paperwork for arbitration.
Attorney Fitzsimmons contacted the University's attorney to gather all the relevant evidence, and began negotiating for our member. An arbitrator was agreed upon and a date was scheduled for the hearing. During this time, Attorney Fitzsimmons met with Local 7 President Christopher DiBlasi and the terminated member to work on a defense. Attorney Fitzsimmons also had a phone interview with a witness of the incident. Attorney Fitzsimmons was in constant contact with President DiBlasi and the member, in addition to the University attorney throughout this case.
Several Days before the scheduled Arbitration hearing, the University attorney contacted Attorney Fitzsimmons and accepted a negotiated proposal of reinstatement of our member. The member was not only reinstated, but was given back full seniority from her original date of hire, some vacation accruals and some sick time accruals.
After gathering more information, it was clear to the NECOPS leadership and NECOPS Chief Counsel Michael Hanley of Hanley, Hassett and Fitzsimmons from Quincy that Curry College had violated the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), and NECOPS filed a total of 12 charges of prohibited practice against Curry College and the administration. The NLRB assigned the case to an Attorney who conducted a very thorough investigation. The investigation itself took months to complete. Curry College initially refused to cooperate with the NLRB, and eventually was forced to turn over documents regarding the charges.
NEPBA WINS LONGEVITY PAY FOR ROCKLAND DETECTIVE | New England Police Benevolent Association
Brian P. Fitzsimmons, Esq. of the prestigious law firm of Hanley, Hassett & Fitzsimmons, LLC and legal counsel for the New England PBA, I.U.P.A., AFL-CIO represented the Detective Sammon in this matter.
New England PBA Executive Vice President Marty Conway called the decision, "an extremely just and righteous award" and we applaud the decision and thank Attorney Brian Fitzsimmons for doing such a tremendous job in getting Detective Sammon this long awaited award.
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Attorney Brian Fitzsimmons
For more information regarding services for NECOPS members, please visit our "Contact Us" page or e-mail Attorney Brian Fitzsimmons directly.
Attorney Brian P. Fitzsimmons