REPRESENTATION


1. NAIL will represent dues-paying members in all work related matters. This would include such matters as Merit Systems Protection Board appeals, Workman's Compensation claims, Equal Employment Opportunity cases, classification appeals, agency appeal procedures. We will provide the assistance of our legal staff attorneys and/or our National Representative, in the aforementioned situations, to all dues-paying members at no charge.

2. NAIL will represent all bargaining-unit employees (BUE's) without regard to membership in all grievances and arbitration's as required by law.

UNION ATTORNEYS

THE NATIONAL RETAINS THE LEGAL SERVICES OF:
BONNEY, ALLENBERG AND O'REILLY, P. C.
4854 Haygood Road, Suite 200
Virginia Beach, VA 23455
(757) 460-3477
baofedlaw.com


Neil C. Bonney

Neil. C. Bonney is a 1980 graduate of Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, cum laude; and is a 1983 graduate of the T.C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond, where he received his Juris Doctor.  Since 1983, he has actively practiced law in the fields of labor, constitutional and employment law.

Mr. Bonney is duly licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia, United States court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Fourth Circuit, Fifth Circuit, District of Columbia Circuit, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, United States Claims Court, United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia, and the United States Supreme Court.  He regularly practices before administrative bodies such as the Merit Systems Protection Board, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, municipal and federal grievance proceedings, and State and Federal courts at the trial and appellate level.  Mr. Bonney is extremely experienced in federal employment law, and has in the past been retained by various unions.  He has represented numerous employees before the MSPB and the EEOC.  He has been a guest speaker of the MSPB, the Office of Personnel Management, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.  He is often consulted by other attorneys regarding labor law issues.  Many of Mr. Bonney's cases are reported in the MSPB Reporter.

Charles H. Allenberg

Charles H. Allenberg is a 1988 graduate of Pennsylvania State University (Penn State), where he received a Bachelor of Science in Administration of Justice, with Distinction, and minored in Labor and Industrial Relation; and is a 1991 graduate of Marshall-Wythe School of Law, College of William and Mary where he received his Juris Doctor.  Following graduation, he joined the law firm of Neil C. Bonney & Associates, P.C., and subsequently became a partner in the firm which is now Bonney & Allenberg, P.C.  Since 1991, he has actively practiced law in the fields of labor, constitutional and employment law.

Mr. Allenberg is duly licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia, United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.  He regularly practices before administrative bodies such as the Merit Systems Protection Board in the Philadelphia, Dallas, St. Louis, Atlanta, Washington, Denver, New York and San Francisco regions and before the EEOC in similar jurisdictions, municipal and federal grievance proceedings, and State and Federal Courts at the trial and appellate level.  Mr. Allenberg is extremely experienced in federal employment law and has in the past been retained by various unions.  He has represented numerous employees before the MSPB and the EEOC and due to his vast experience in federal employment matters is often consulted by other attorneys regarding labor law issues.  Many of Mr. Allenberg's cases are reported in the Merit Systems Protection Board Reporter.

Laura A. O'Reilly

Ms. O'Reilly graduated from Old Dominion University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Biology, magma cum laude, and a Bachelor of Arts in Women's Studies, magma cum laude.  In May, 2003, she received her Juris Doctor from the T.C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond, magna cum laude.  She was John Marshall Scholar and a member of the McNeill Law Society.  Ms. O'Reilly worked as an Associate on the Richmond Journal of Law and Public Interest.

Ms. O'Reilly will concentrate her practice in the field of federal employment and labor law with a practice before the Merit Systems Protection Board, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and administrative proceedings.

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Last Updated Novemeber 11, 2014