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October 04, 2005

Mier's Union Busting Firm

Via Jordan's Confined Space blog, it turns out unsurprisingly that Mier's firm has a large "union avoidance"/ie. union-busting division.

In fact, they represented the companies fighting the Houston janitors who struck because the companies Mier's firm was advising illegally fired janitors standing up for the union, a campaign I highlighted here and here. This may not have been Miers specialty, but between the corporate fraud and the union busting advice, you get a pretty good picture of the kind of law practiced by the firm.

Posted by Nathan at October 4, 2005 12:54 PM