Frederick L. Sullivan

Born: Holyoke, Massachusetts. Education: Manhattan College (B.S., 1959); Fordham University (J.D., 1965). Admitted to Bar: New York (1966); U.S. District Court, Eastern and Southern Districts of New York, U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts and U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit (1972); Massachusetts (1973). Author:  “Accepting Evolution in Workplace Justice: The Need for Congress to Mandate Arbitration, Western New England Law Review, Volume 26, Issue 2 (2004).” Co-Author: “Massachusetts Nonprofit Organization,” Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, 1992; “What To Do About A Union Organizing Drive,” The Supervisor’s Advisor, 1987. Author: “How to Calculate the Manufacturer’s Costs in Collective Bargaining,” AMACOM, 1980; “The Right of a College Administration to Speak Out During a Union Organizing Drive: How It Has Been Successfully Implemented,” The Journal, 1974; “Calculating the Expense of COLA Clauses,” Management Review, 1980; “Union Organizing in the 1980’s: The Battle Cry is Organize,” Supervisor Management, 1982. Elected, Wall of Fame, American Management Association, 1988. Listed in The Best Lawyers in America, Massachusetts Edition. Member: Hampden County and Massachusetts (Rep: Section Council on Employment Law) Bar Associations. (Also with Sullivan, Hayes & Quinn, Springfield, Massachusetts.)