STANLEY M. FISHER AND GILBERT CARRILLO REAPPOINTED AS MEMBERS OF FEDERAL SERVICE IMPASSES PANEL

 

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FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY · WASHINGTON, DC · 20424

February 5, 1997 · PR 103-97
Contact: Kim Weaver
202-482-6500

STANLEY M. FISHER AND GILBERT CARRILLO REAPPOINTED AS MEMBERS OF FEDERAL SERVICE IMPASSES PANEL

On January 11, 1997, President Clinton reappointed two Members of the Federal Service Impasses Panel: Stanley M. Fisher and Gilbert Carrillo, to five-year terms. Mr. Fisher and Mr. Carrillo were originally appointed by President Clinton to the Panel in December 1994 and January 1995, respectively, to complete the unexpired terms of former Members.

Mr. Fisher is currently Of Counsel with the law firm of Arter & Hadden, and formerly Law Clerk to the Chief Judge of the Sixth Circuit. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School (J.D.), a member of the National Uniform Law Commission (NULC), Chairman of the NULC Committee that drafted the Model Employment Termination Act, and Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Uniform Arbitration Act. He is a past president of the Federal Bar Association and an adjunct professor of law at Cleveland State University School of Law, where he teaches Ethics and Professionalism and is a lecturer on this and other subjects throughout the country. Mr. Fisher resides in Shaker Heights, Ohio.

Mr. Carrillo is a partner at Carrillo & Manners, P.A., in Miami, Florida, and General Counsel for the National Federation of Public & Private Employees, AFL-CIO, a labor organization primarily representing public sector employees in the State of Florida. He is a graduate of the Inter