Airline Management Letter - May 15, 2009

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IN THIS ISSUE:

*President Nominates Highly Regarded Mediator for NMB Seat

*Supreme Court will not Review ADA Claim of Sleeping Pilot

*Federal Airline Deregulation Act Does not Pre-empt Aircraft Mechanic's Retaliation Claim

*OSHA Orders Southern Air to Compensate Former Employees who filed AIR21 Claims

*Federal Court Finds RLA does not Preclude Discharged Pilot's ERISA Claim

*AirTran Pilot's Union Approves Merger with ALPA

*Recent Election Results: May 2009

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