PERSONNEL FILE: Carter re-appointed to federal panel

By The West Virginia Record | Jan 16, 2009


CHARLESTON -- Mark Carter, a partner in the Charleston office of Dinsmore & Shohl, was one of 24 individuals recently appointed by President George W. Bush to serve in his Administration.

Carter was reappointed to serve as a Member of the Federal Service Impasses Panel, for a five-year term expiring Jan. 10, 2014. Carter has served in this capacity since April 15, 2002.

The Federal Service Impasses Panel includes seven Presidential appointees who serve on a part-time basis. The Panel resolves impasses between Federal agencies and unions representing Federal employees arising from negotiations over conditions of employment under the Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Statute and the Federal Employees Flexible and Compressed Work Schedules Act.

Carter is a partner in the Labor & Employment Department. He advises clients on all aspects of traditional labor and employment law. Carter has extensive experience in litigating before the federal trial and appellate courts, the National Labor Relations Board, arbitrations, and in collective bargaining.

Dinsmore & Shohl is comprised of more than 400 attorneys practicing in nine offices throughout Ohio, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. For more information, visit

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