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NLRB Publishes Advice Memo Finding that Company Maintained Unlawfully Overbroad Work Rules But Did Not Violate NLRA By Discharging Employee for Facebook Video or Filing Defamation Suit Against Two Former Employees

USA - April 30 2019 Seyfarth Synopsis: The NLRB’s Division of Advice recently released an Advice Memorandum finding that a security company’s work rules were unlawfully...

U.S. District Court Denies Motion For Class Certification In Wage Suppression Antitrust Case

USA - January 29 2019 Seyfarth Synopsis: On January 22, 2019, in Maderazo v. VHS San Antonio Partners, L.P., C.A. No. 06-CV-535 (available here), a case alleging that...

Gerald L. Maatman, Jr., Timothy F. Haley.

The Rise of Millennials and their Potential Support for Labor Unions

USA - November 15 2018 Seyfarth Synopsis: Millennials are an ever-growing portion of the workforce, and they generally have favorable views toward labor unions. Employers...

D.C. Circuit Rules that Off-Duty Employees Had a Right to Picket On Hospital Property

USA - August 17 2018 U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit rules that the NLRB properly found that a hospital violated the NLRA by threatening...

Healthcare Employers Beware: DOJ Announces Criminal Investigation of Healthcare Human Resources Practices in the Midst of the Ongoing Nursing Shortage

USA - May 29 2018 At the recent American Bar Association’s Antitrust in Healthcare conference, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) reportedly advised that it...

Gerald L. Maatman, Jr., Timothy F. Haley.