Peter Broida

Attorney, Publisher

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and he provides counsel and representation to employees, unions, and federal agencies before the MSPB, arbitrators, EEOC, and FLRA. Before becoming involved in federal sector employment litigation, Mr. Broida worked with law firms in Pennsylvania representing management in private sector labor relations. He then joined the American Federation of Government Employees in Washington as a staff attorney, and became Assistant General Counsel for Litigation. He returned to private practice in 1980, specializing in federal sector employment, labor, and civil rights law. Mr. Broida is the author of annually-updated texts, “A Guide to Merit Systems Protection Board Law and Practice” and “A Guide to Federal Labor Relations Authority Law and Practice.” When time permits, Mr. Broida teaches courses on civil service law and labor arbitration. With the time remaining after adjustments for writing, law practice, and teaching, Mr. Broida does some motorboating, operates a ham radio station, takes and prints enough photographs to fill a gallery, oils his way around the floor in ballroom dancing with his patient wife, and attempts to play the piano.

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