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Top Five Labor Law Developments for November 2019

USA - December 16 2019 The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has clarified its test for determining whether an employee’s protected activity under the National Labor…

Chad P. Richter, Christopher M. Repole, Howard M. Bloom, Jonathan J. Spitz, Megann K. McManus, Richard I. Greenberg.

NLRB: Employer’s Obligation to Deduct Union Dues Ends When CBA Ends

USA - December 16 2019 The National Labor Relations Board has held that an employer’s obligation to deduct union dues ends when the collective bargaining agreement…

Howard M. Bloom.

NLRB Announces Broad Modifications to 2014 ‘Quickie Election’ Rule

USA - December 13 2019 The NLRB has announced long-awaited major modifications to its controversial 2014 election rule. The draft rule will be published on December 18 and…

Howard M. Bloom, Thomas V. Walsh.

NLRB Allows Decertification Process to Proceed During Certification Year Extension Period

USA - December 6 2019 The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has ruled an employee’s effort to decertify his union could proceed, despite a previous agreement between…

Howard M. Bloom.

Employee Advocacy for Nonemployee, Unpaid Interns Is Not Protected by National Labor Relations Act

USA - December 3 2019 Unpaid interns are not “employees” as defined by the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), and employee advocacy on their behalf is not protected…

Catherine A. Cano, Howard M. Bloom, Laura A. Pierson-Scheinberg.