Susan J.M. Bauman

Employer: 
Self
Occupation: 
Attorney, Arbitrator, Mediator
Address: 
125 N Hamilton Street #407
City: 
Madison
State: 
WI
Zip Code: 
53703
Email Address: 
sjmbauman@gmail.com
Office Phone: 
608-257-2431
Cell Phone: 
608-576-6600
Degree(s): 
BS, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1965; BA, University of Chicago, 1966 (Teaching Certificate); University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1970; MS, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1981; JD, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1981.
Per Diem: 
$1,200
Postponement Charge: 
$1,200 if notice is received 15 days prior to scheduled hearing or $1000 if notice is received 14 days or less prior to scheduled hearing date.
Cancellation: 
$1,200 if notice is received 15 days prior to scheduled hearing or $1000 if notice is received 14 days or less prior to scheduled hearing date.
Additional Charges: 
Actual travel costs including meals and lodging, auto travel at IRS rate.
Employment History: 
Teacher, Madison, WI (1970-1978); Private law practice -- mostly in employment and labor (1981-1997); Alderperson, City of Madison, WI (1985-1997); Mayor, City of Madison, WI (1997-2003); Commissioner, WI Employment Relations Commission (2003-2011).
National Academy of Arbitrators: 
No
Memberships/Associations: 
Chair of the Labor and Employment Section of the State of WI State Bar Association (2017-present); Board of Directors, Labor and Employment Law section, WI Bar Association (2012-present); WI Bar Association (1981-present); Executive Board, Association of Labor Relations Agency (LERA) (2005-2011); Advisory Board, US Conference of Mayors (1999-2003); Executive Committee, Alliance of Cities (1998-2003).
Neutral Listings: 
IL Educational Labor Relations Board, MI Employment Relations Commission, MN Bureau of Mediation Services, OR Public Employment Relations Board, WA Employment Relations Commission, WI Employment Relations Commission, NYC Office of Collective Bargaining. OTHER LISTINGS: National Mediation Board. PERMANENT PANEL: IL/AFSCME Council 31 panel; Dane County, WI/AFSCME Council 31
Neutral Experience: 
WI Employment Relations Commission: appellate review of hearing examiner decisions, unit clarifications, mediations and grievance arbitrations; successfully mediated almost 300 collective bargaining agreements and more than 60 grievances in both public and private sectors; issued more than 65 grievance awards, both public and private sector.
AAA: 
Yes
FMCS: 
Yes
Current Employment/Associations that could cause a conflict: 
None
Updated: 
Thursday, July 19, 2018

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