Ronald’s practice focuses on labor management relations law and policy.
Ronald is a former National Labor Relations Board member and general counsel.
Prior to joining the firm, Ronald co-chaired the labor-management relations practice at an international law firm. Over the course of his 40-year career, which began with the Office of the Solicitor of the US Department of Labor, Ronald has handled matters arising under federal labor and employment law in complex business transactions before federal agencies and courts.
Ronald joined the NLRB in 2004, following a recess appointment by President George W. Bush. Two years later, President Bush appointed Ronald to a four-year term as NLRB General Counsel, a position independent from the Board. Serving under the Bush and Obama Administrations, Ronald was the chief prosecutor under the National Labor Relations Act and chief administrator of the agency’s regional offices and regional and headquarters staff, including execution of the agency’s congressionally appropriated budget.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Ronald Meisburg