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Ross Runkel is a full-time arbitrator in labor-management disputes, and is professor of law emeritus at Willamette University College of Law.

Date Post Title
05.19.16 Opinion analysis: Title VII defendants can recover attorney’s fees without prevailing “on the merits”
03.29.16 Argument analysis: The EEOC’s new theory of attorney’s fees liability
03.21.16 Argument preview: Does the EEOC owe $4.7 million in attorney’s fees?
06.24.12 Opinion analysis: Knox knocks unions on mid-year assessment for non-members
01.12.12 Argument recap: Mootness could squelch union fees case
01.05.12 When union fees go up, must a “Hudson notice” go out?
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