Articles

Results 1 to 5 of 144
Most popular |Most recent


Top Five Labor Law Developments for May 2021

USA - June 15 2021 President Joe Biden has nominated union-side attorney Gwynne Wilcox to fill a vacant seat on the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Wilcox is a…

Chad P. Richter, Christopher M. Repole, Megann K. McManus, Richard F. Vitarelli, Richard I. Greenberg, Thomas V. Walsh.

D.C. Circuit flips NLRB; employer’s alleged ‘baseless’ statements of opinion lawful

USA - June 14 2021 “Absent threats or promises, § 8(c) [of the National Labor Relations Act] unambiguously protects ‘any views, argument or opinion’ - even those that…

Jessica M. Marsh, Richard F. Vitarelli, Thomas V. Walsh.

NLRB Finds I-9 Compliance Can Be Subject to Mandatory Bargaining

USA - June 11 2021 Complying with statutory workplace requirements does not necessarily excuse an employer from its bargaining obligations. A panel of the National…

Blaine A. Veldhuis, Richard F. Vitarelli, Thomas V. Walsh.

Biden Nominates Union-Side Attorney for Fifth NLRB Seat

USA - May 27 2021 President Joe Biden has nominated Gwynne Wilcox, a partner in a New York law firm specializing in employee rights, to the National Labor Relations…

Richard F. Vitarelli, Thomas V. Walsh.

Labor Board Orders Business to Reopen; D.C. Circuit Says Not So Fast

USA - May 26 2021 The NLRB has the authority to order an employer to reopen a business it finds was closed for discriminatorily anti-union reasons. In RAV Truck &…

Jessica M. Marsh, Richard F. Vitarelli, Thomas V. Walsh.