USLAW

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USLAWUS Labor Against War
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(164.) See USLaw.com, supra note 46 (setting out the new requirements under FINSA).
USLAW's campaign is aimed at unmasking the occupation's economic agenda, the hallmarks of which are privatizing Iraq's state-owned factories and workplaces (still the employer of most Iraqi workers); enforcing salaries that begin at $40 a month to attract investment from foreign corporations; and imposing a 1987 decree banning unions in state-owned plants, while prohibiting advocacy leading to "civil disorder." In December coalition troops even arrested leaders of the Iraqi Federation of Workers' Trade Unions and the Union of the Unemployed and threw the IFTU out of its offices.
In the meetings organized by USLAW, support for Iraqi workers is pouring forth.
USLaw.com (http://www.uslaw.com) features a library of more than 1,500 background articles.
Gallagher, Callahan & Gartrell is a member of the USLAW Network, Inc., a national organization of over 60 independent, defense-based law firms with over 3,500 attorneys nationwide USLAW Network provides high-quality legal representation to major corporations, captive insurance companies, insurance carriers, and large and small businesses.
Labor Against War (USLAW), with unions representing literally millions of workers voting resolutions against U.S.
* Bob Muehlenkamp writes: Thirty-one antiwar trade union leaders met in Chicago on April 26 to consider the future of US Labor Against the War (USLAW), founded in January to oppose an invasion of Iraq.
Gallagher, Callahan & Gartrell is a member of the USLAW Network Inc., a national organization of over 60 independent, defense-based law firms with over 3,500 attorneys nationwide.
Gallagher, Callahan & Gartrell is a member of the USLAW Network, Inc., a national organization composed of over 60 independent, defense-based law firms with over 3,500 attorneys throughout the nation.