Carne Dispute Resolution/Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission
Arbitrator, Mediator, Fact-Finder, Attorney
PO Box 3012
BA, Grinnell College, 1996; JD, conferred with distinction, University of Iowa College of Law, 2002
A fee of $500 is charged for each hearing date postponed less than 14 calendar days in advance of the scheduled date, and a fee of $1,000 is charged for each hearing date postponed less than 7 calendar days in advance of the scheduled date.
A cancellation fee of $500 is charged for each hearing date cancelled less than 14 calendar days in advance of the scheduled date, and a cancellation fee of $1,000 is charged for each hearing date cancelled less than 7 calendar days in advance of the scheduled date.
Per diem fee is $1,000. A hearing day is any portion of a day up to eight hours; time beyond eight hours is prorated. Time for prehearing activity, travel and award preparation is prorated. Parties will also be charged the actual cost of reasonable travel expenses, including air and train fares, car rental, mileage (IRS rate) for use of personal vehicle, and lodging.
Sole proprietor Carne Dispute Resolution from 2012 to present, offering arbitration and mediation services primarily in area of public and private sector labor disputes. Arbitrator/Mediator/Administrative Law Judge, Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission (12/2015 to present; 08/2006 to 06/2013) -- arbitrating private and public sector contract grievances, serving as fact-finder in public sector unfair labor practice case and labor representation cases, as well as state civil service disciplinary, hiring, and classification personnel appeals, and mediating collective bargaining contract negotiations, grievance disputes, statutory labor cases, and civil service appeals; Deputy Director, Wisconsin Office of State Employment Relations (01/2015 to 11/2015); Chief Legal Counsel, Wisconsin Office of State Employment Relations (06/2013 to 07/2015) - From 2013 to 2015, served appointments as Chief Legal Counsel and subsequently Deputy Director of the Wisconsin Office of State Employment Relations, an agency establishing and monitoring personnel management policies for Wisconsin state government. As Chief Legal Counsel, provided counsel and representation to agency in all areas of labor and employment law. As Deputy Director, provided day-to-day leadership and management of agency, exercised oversight in areas of budget, procurement, and service quality, and participated in policy setting for statewide labor and employment matters; Attorney, Hawks, Quindel, Ehlke & Perry, S.C. (06/2003 to 07/2006) - specialized in the private practice of labor and employment law, representing individual employees and labor unions. Handled full range of labor relations matters, as well as employment matters including discrimination cases, wage and hour cases, FMLA claims, unemployment compensation matters, and matters related to individual employment contracts. Adjunct Professor, Labor and Employment Law, University of Wisconsin Law School, August, 2016 to present. Adjunct Professor, Labor Relations, University of Wisconsin—Oshkosh, June 2014 to July 2014.
National Academy of Arbitrators:
Member, Labor and Employment Relations Association; Practitioner Member, Wisconsin Association of Mediators; Member, Inns of Court, James E. Doyle Chapter; Member, Wisconsin Bar Association Member, American Bar Association; Member, Dane County Bar Association.
IL State Board of Education Tenured Teacher Dismissal Hearing Officer Roster; IN Education Employment Relations Arbitration, Mediation and Fact-Finding Panels; MN Bureau of Mediation Services Arbitration Roster; OR Employment Relations Board Panel of Factfinders and Mediators; WA Public Employment Relations Commission Dispute Resolution Panel; AAA Roster of Neutrals; National Mediation Board Roster of Arbitrators; Financial Industry Regulator Authority Roster of Arbitrators (pending completion of certification course).
PERB ad hoc mediator. Industries as Adjudicator: Communications, Corrections, Education, Electrical Equipment / Appliances, Entertainment / Arts, Fire, Hospitals / Nursing Homes, Metal Fabrication, Office / Clerical, Police / Fire, Public Works, Refrigeration / HVAC, Social Services, Utilities. Issues as Adjudicator: Absenteeism, Arbitrability, Bargaining Unit Work, Beck Objections, Classification Systems, Community of Interest, Comparability, Concerted Activity, Conduct, Deferral, Demotion, Discharge, Discipline, Discrimination, Dues Deductions, Duty of Fair Representation, Duty to Bargain, Duty to Exhaust, Duty to Provide Information, Employee Monitoring Technology, ERISA Benefits, Free Speech, Furloughs, Grievance Mediation, Health, Hiring Practices, Impact Bargaining, Incentive Pay, Independent Contractor Status, Insurance Benefits, Interference, Job Classifications, Job Performance, Job Posting, Jurisdictional Disputes, Layoffs, Leave Benefits, Management Rights, Mootness, Overtime Pay, Past Practices, Pension Plans, Seniority, Standard of Review, Statute of Limitations, Subcontracting, Tenured Teacher Discharges, Unit Clarifications, Vacation Benefits, Vacation Pay, Waiver, Work Assignments, Working Conditions, Working Hours, Workplace Violence.
Current Employment/Associations that could cause a conflict:
Monday, January 9, 2017