NBPA

AcronymDefinition
NBPANational Basketball Players Association
NBPANational Black Police Association
NBPANational Black Prosecutors Association
NBPANebraska Board of Public Accountancy
NBPANational Broadcast Pilots Association
NBPANational Beverage & Products Association
NBPANew Brunswick Parking Authority (New Brunswick, NJ)
NBPANordic-Baltic Police Academy
NBPANew Brunswick Pharmacists Association (Canada)
NBPANewtown Business and Professional Association (Newtown, PA)
NBPANational Bank of Pakistan (Swift code)
NBPANational Black Political Assembly
NBPANational Business and Professional Association
NBPANew Brunswick Police Association (Canada)
NBPANew Brunswick Potato Agency (Canada)
NBPANew Brunswick Podiatry Association (Canada)
NBPANational Bark Producers Association
NBPANorthfield Business and Professional Association
NBPANewport Band Parents Association (Bellevue, WA)
NBPANewtonia Battlefields Protection Association (Missouri)
NBPANavy Board for Production Awards
NBPANorth Bergen Parking Authority (North Bergen, New Jersey)
NBPANorth Bay Performing Arts (California)
NBPANational Broadcasting Pilots Association
NBPANederlandse Brancheorganisatie PGB Adviseurs (Netherlands)
NBPANorthern Bee Producers Association
NBPANew Brunswick Physiotheraphy Association (Canada)
NBPANew Brunswick Psychiatric Association (Canada)
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In addition, several NBA players, with the guidance of the NBPA, filed refund claims with the Tennessee Department of Revenue in December 2013.
NBPA General Secretary Jay Dave said: "I'm really pleased the president of the NBPA was able to bring her cabinet to South Wales Police.
The NBPA filed an antitrust suit seeking the elimination of labor market restrictions, but a U.
Depending on which side you listen to there was a campaign by Johnson and his supporters to get their opponents off the NBPA board and vice versa.
In 1983, the NBA and the NBPA negotiated an innovative contract that included the inaugural sports salary cap, a revenue guarantee of 53 percent for the players, and a pioneering drug control program (Staudohar, 1999).
123) Unrest arose in 1983, however, as many teams faced financial difficulties; consequently, both the NBA commissioner and NBPA decided to implement a salary cap in order to curb excessive spending.
We thought it was in both of our interest to try to reach a resolution and save the game," NBPA executive director Billy Hunter said.
In the meantime, the NBA, who sees their labor agreement expire on June 30, has released their audited financial information to the NBPA saying they are losing money.
In the Chicago Tribune, the National Black Police Association (NBPA) reacted with outrage at Ford's suggestion in an April 29 op-ed piece written by a member of NBPA who also served in the U.
What's more, it's exactly how the NBPA demanded that he be judged.
MLBPA: "We are looking forward to joining forces with our peers in the NFLPA, NBPA and NHLPA to help raise awareness and funds for Haiti, and we encourage others to support the country's recovery efforts any way they can," stated MLBPA Association Representative, Mark Loretta.
least twenty years of age, a proposition resisted by the NBPA.