The American Bar Association’s (ABA) Federal Sector Labor and Employment Law Committee recently held its annual Midwinter Meeting. Joe Creed, Joseph Greenwald & Laake principal attorney and employee co-chair of the ABA committee, kicked off the meeting with welcome remarks. The meeting lasted two days, and featured labor and employment law updates presented by expert-lead panels.
Creed is dedicated to staying current on trends in the law governing the rights of federal employees and also learning how new cases involving those rights are decided by courts and administrative agencies. He recently authored "Employment Rights of Federal Employees," as a chapter in the Maryland Employment Law Deskbook, which is the go-to employment law resource for lawyers throughout Maryland.
The Federal Sector Labor and Employment Law Committee surveys the full scope of labor and employment law related to federal employees. Its Mid-Winter Meeting brings together panels of experts and a diverse audience, including members of the EEOC, MSPB, and FLRA; administrative judges; federal agency attorneys; union representatives; and private attorneys. Creed has served as a co-chair of the committee since 2016.