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Employers Facing 8(a)(1) Charges During Organizing Can Expect More Federal Injunction Proceedings

USA - February 2 2022 NLRB General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo broadened the type of cases in which the NLRB will seek federal injunction proceedings through her General…

Kyllan B.Kershaw, Esq.

Supreme Court Asked to Assess Whether City of Seattle’s Hotel Workers Insurance Ordinance Is Preempted

USA - February 1 2022 A City of Seattle ordinance requires large hotels and related businesses to give workers either health insurance coverage or…

Liz J. Deckman, Lisa Lehmann Nichols

Air Carrier’s Good-Faith Belief It Was Complying With California Wage Laws Precludes Penalties, District Court Rules

USA - July 23 2021 Recent decisions from the California Supreme Court and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals found that at least some of California’s…

Ryan McCoy

D.C. District Affirms the NMB’s Decertification Rule

USA - April 5 2021 The National Mediation Board’s new decertification rule survived the first round of legal challenge. In 2019, the NMB issued a…

Potential Path for Carriers and Employers to Enjoin Strikes over COVID-19 Issues: Court Rejects Union’s Effort to Use Safety Statute to Justify Illegal Strike

USA - January 5 2021 Many employers have been dealing with threats of COVID-19 related work stoppages over the past several months. Whether such strike…

John L. Telford, Jr.