Title: Assistant Director
Company: Air Line Pilots Association International
Location: Herndon, Virginia, United States
Arthur M. Luby, Assistant Director of the Air Line Pilots Association International, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Labor Law.
Mr. Luby is an accomplished private practice attorney who has worked on the behalf of working people for over 35 years, notably receiving a 2015 Award from the Air Line Pilots Association International. He is most proud of being asked to testify as an expert witness in interest arbitration over the terms of a new collective bargaining agreement between the American Postal Workers Union and the United States Postal Service pursuant to the provisions of the Postal Reorganization Act. He has been assistant director of representation with the Air Line Pilots Association International since 2006, and served for one year as senior labor relations counsel with the association.
With many years of experience in aviation and aerospace law, Mr. Luby became involved in his profession when he was inspired as a young boy to help working people. He saw from an early age that one of the most effective ways to make a meaningful impact would be through the practice of law. There were a number of figures in Mr. Luby’s childhood who he greatly admired who practiced law on behalf of unions and working people. He attended the prestigious Brown University, where he graduated cum laude, and in 1979 received his badge of office, a JD from the University of Michigan.
Since then, Mr. Luby has defended the rights of employees as a private practice affiliate of collective bargaining, working primarily with the Transport Workers Union and the American Postal Workers Union in a variety of cases. Based in Washington D.C. and Herndon, Virginia, he frequently pursues cases of collective bargaining, contract enforcement, and air safety issues. He is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell, and has worked with the American Bar Association on labor and employment law, as well as the Railway Labor Act, last amended in 1936.
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