Alfred T. DeMaria

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Alfred T. DeMaria is a Senior Partner at Clifton Budd & DeMaria, LLP. He is recognized as one of the preeminent management labor attorneys in the field of combating union organizational campaigns. In addition, he has extensive experience in all areas of employment law including the negotiation of collective bargaining agreements in public education and the maritime, aerospace, airline, hospital and health care industries. Mr. DeMaria also supervises the firm's employment law litigators in the defense of law suits brought by employees against the companies that employ them.

With a rich background of legal experience, Mr. DeMaria has conducted the annual Commerce and Industry Association seminar on White Collar Organizing, and has designed and conducted two of the country's leading union-free courses, "Maintaining Union-Free Status" and "How to Decertify a Union.” His immensely popular handbooks, Maintaining Non-Union Status and Silence Is Not Golden, have been widely used in management in critical in union organizing campaigns for over twenty years. In addition, Mr. DeMaria has written a primer on labor relations entitled "Labor Law"; a manual for recapturing non-union status, The Process of Decertification; and a leading management resource for defeating union organizing, How Management Wins Union Organizing Campaigns. His latest text: Combating the Resurgence of Organized Labor, is a modern guide to union prevention and coordinates with the in-house video training program, Super Worker can keep union free, an award winning industrial training program.

Prior to his work at Clifton Budd & DeMaria, LLP, he served as an attorney with the National Labor Relations Board.


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