Gary Marsack, JD
Gary A. Marsack is a member of the board of directors, senior attorney and a senior shareholder of the law firm of Lindner & Marsack. A substantial part of his legal work with the firm involves the representation of national clients in all phases of labor and employment law. He consults with clients on collective bargaining, general labor strategies, contract administration issues, plant closings, consolidations, work relocations and subcontracting issues and has represented clients in the litigation of complex labor issues in arbitration, before state and federal agencies, and before state and federal courts.
Gary writes and lectures extensively on labor law issues, including trends in collective bargaining, legal developments before the National Labor Relations Board and courts, compensation and benefits issues, and equal employment and discrimination matters. He has published a law review article on the labor relations aspects of mergers, acquisitions and successorship law titled “Successorship Law: The Impact on Business Transfers and Collective Bargaining.” He is co-author of the definitive work “Management’s Guide to Mergers and Acquisitions” and a contributor to the book “Developing Labor Law” and its annual supplements.
Gary obtained his BA from Marquette University and his JD from Marquette University Law School. He is a member of the American Bar, Michigan and Wisconsin Bar Associations and is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the Supreme Courts of Wisconsin and Michigan and several Circuit Courts of Appeal.