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Federal Judge Denies Preliminary Injunction on OSHA’s New Anti-Retaliation Regulation

USA - December 2 2016 On Nov. 28, 2016 a federal judge in Texas cleared the way for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) new anti-retaliation...

John Cowling, Julie E. O'Keefe.

NLRB Declares Student Assistants Can Unionize

USA - August 23 2016 The National Labor Relations Board today opened the door for further unionization efforts at institutions of higher education by finding that student...

Jovita M. Foster, John P. Hasman.

NLRB Clears Path for Unionizing Temporary Workers and Permanent Employees as One Group

USA - July 12 2016 The National Labor Relations Board has launched yet another attack on employers who use staffing agencies and external labor sources. The NLRB’s...

Robert A. Kaiser, John P. Hasman.

NLRB Invalidates Employee Handbooks and Work Rules that Aim to Create Workplace Harmony and Privacy

USA - May 2 2016 In a decision on April 29, 2016, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled that employers do not have the right to prohibit employees from...

John P. Hasman.

Judge stops St. Louis minimum wage increase due to state law

USA - October 15 2015 Judge Steven Ohmer of the St. Louis Circuit Court on Wednesday stopped the city's planned minimum wage increase from taking effect because it...

Bradley M. Bakker, Robert A. Kaiser, Jovita M. Foster, Jeremy M. Brenner, John P. Hasman.