Edward Richard Tetreault, American lawyer. Bar: New York 1989, Connecticut 1989. Member American Bar Association (labor and employment law section), National Association Educational Negotiators, Management Advocates for School Labor Affairs, Society Bargainers, New York State Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association.
Legal assistant International Business Machines, Armonk, New York, 1988-1989. Equal Employment Opportunity specialist United States Department Commerce, Albany, 1989-1990. Associate Grasso & Grasso, pc, Schenectady, 1990-1991.
Associate counsel employee relations New York State School Boards Association, Albany, 1991-1993. Labor relations specialist Oregon School Boards Association, Salem, 1993-1995. Regional director employee relations and development TCI Northeast Region, Clifton Park, New York, since 1995.
- Torts (Law School Legends Audio Series)
- The Law School Legends Torts lecture on CD includes information on Intentional Torts – Battery, Assault, False Imprisonment, Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress, Trespass to Land, Trespass to Chattels, Conversion; Defenses to Intentional Torts – Consent, Defense Privileges, Necessity; Plaintiff’s Dignitary Interests – Defamation, First Amendment, Invasion of Right to Privacy; Negligence – Duty, Breach, Causation, Damages; Defenses to Negligence; Strict Liability; Products Liability; and Vicarious Liability.
- Strategic Negotiations: A Theory of Change in Labor-Management Relations (Cornell Paperbacks)
- Strategic Negotiations makes a significant contribution to the literature on strategic choice (the explicit structuring by management and labor of business and bargaining strategies that use the economic and political environment as a framework to create bargaining power).
- Getting To Maybe: How to Excel on Law School Exams
- Professors Fischl and Paul explain law school exams in ways no one has before, all with an eye toward improving the reader's performance.
- Negotiation (University Casebook Series)
- This breakout text is a reprint of Processes of Dispute Resolution, Fourth Edition, Chapter 2.