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NLRB Restores 50 Year-Old Precedent: Employers (Once Again) May Unilaterally Stop Deducting Union Dues Upon Contract Expiration

USA - December 16 2019 Mid-December is always a time where one can expect significant decisions to issue from the NLRB. In recent years, we saw the Board, among other...

Joshua S Fox, Mark Theodore.

National Labor Relations Board: Labor Day Roundup

USA - September 3 2019 While much of the country spent the last week of summer enjoying the last few days of sun, the National Labor Relations Board spent the week before...

Joshua S Fox, Mark Theodore.

Ireland Moves Forward with New Parental Leave Policies

Ireland - May 29 2019 The President of Ireland is on track to sign into law a new amendment to parental leave laws after the country’s upper house (“Seanad Éireann”)...

Erika C. Collins, Daniel Ornstein.

NLRB Office of the General Counsel Advises that Uber Drivers Are Not Statutory “Employees”

USA - May 15 2019 In an Advice Memorandum dated April 16, 2019, but released on May 14, 2019, the NLRB’s General Counsel staked out a position in one of the most...

Joshua S Fox, Mark Theodore.

Chinese government forbids employers from asking about childbearing or marital status

China - March 11 2019 On January 15, 2019, we posted an article about the effect of the MeToo era on China’s efforts to draft its first Civil Code enshrining the...

Erika C. Collins, Daniel Ornstein.