Gould, William B(enjamin), (IV)

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GOULD, William B(enjamin), (IV)

GOULD, William B(enjamin), (IV). American, b. 1936. Genres: Organized labor, Race relations. Career: United Auto Workers, Detroit, MI, assistant general counsel in labor law, 1961-62; National Labor Relations Board, Washington, DC, attorney, 1963-65, chairman, 1994; Battle, Fowler, Stokes, Kheel (law firm), New York City, associate, 1965-68; Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, professor of law, 1968-71; Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, visiting professor of law, 1971-72; Stanford University, CA, professor of law, 1972-94, on leave. Fulbright lecturer in Kyoto, Japan. Member of advisory council, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University. Publications: Black Workers in White Unions: Job Discrimination in the United States, 1977; A Primer on American Labor Law, 1982; Japan's Reshaping of American Labor Law, 1984; Strikes, Dispute Procedures, and Arbitration: Essays on Labor Law, 1985; (with others) Labor Relations in Professional Sports, 1986; Agenda for Reform, 1993; Labor Relations, 2000. Address: School of Law, Crown Quadrangle, Stanford University, 559 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, CA 94305-8610, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]