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After Oral Argument: Public Sector “Fair Share Fees” on Thin Ice

USA - April 9 2018 As we previously reported, in July 2015, the United States Supreme Court decided to consider the legality of “fair share” fees for public employees…

Jennifer A. Dunn

A New Push to Organize Graduate Students at Private Colleges and Universities? Four Major Unions Announce a Coalition on Higher Ed Organizing

USA - March 15 2018 On March 14, 2018, leaders from the Service Employees International Union, the United Auto Workers, the American Federation of Teachers, and UNITE…

Amy Moor Gaylord, Christopher A. Johlie

National Labor Relations Board Vacates Hy-Brand and Returns to Browning-Ferris Joint Employer Standard

USA - February 27 2018 Yesterday, the National Labor Relations Board issued an Order abruptly vacating its decision in Hy-Brand Industrial Contractors. In Hy-Brand, issued…

Christopher A. Johlie

The Winds Keep Blowing: Miscimarra’s Final Days with the NLRB Produce More Change for Employers

USA - December 19 2017 Last week we issued two alerts (here and here) covering the winds of change blowing at the NLRB. The strong winds continued on Friday, December 15 as…

Erin Fowler

Recent NLRB Actions Signal the Winds of Change Are Blowing: The NLRB Requests Information on Controversial “Quickie Election” Rules and Issues Its First Reversal of Obama-Era Policy

USA - December 13 2017 Because the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is made up of members appointed by the President, Board law shifts as administrations change…

Amy Moor Gaylord