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What To Do (And Not Do) When A Union Campaign Hits

USA - January 17 2019 If only it were this simple for employers to respond when a union comes knocking at their door. Unfortunately, it is not and employers must be...

Judith A. Williams-Killackey.

Everything From The Obama Board Must Go! NLRB Majority Overturns Many Obama Board Decisions Prior to Chairman Phillip Miscimarra’s Departure

USA - December 20 2017 December 16, 2017, was Chairman Phillip Miscimarra's last day at the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB" or "Board"). Before leaving his post...

Tyler Roth, Judith A. Williams-Killackey.

Checkmate: Dues Checkoff Limitations In Wisconsin’s Right To Work Law Found Preempted By Federal Law

USA - January 13 2017 As we have previously reported, Wisconsin's Right to Work Law has undergone many legal challenges since its enactment in March of 2015. While much of...

Fred Gants, Michael Aldana, Judith A. Williams-Killackey.

New School Year Brings New Bargaining UnitsNLRB Rules That Student Teaching Assistants Can Unionize

USA - August 30 2016 For higher education institutions, the end of summer is typically focused on the details and challenges of beginning a new school year. However...

David B. Kern, Michael Aldana.

Pro Plaintiff Pockets More Than $200k Targeting Businesses’ Background Check Procedures: Is Your Company Next?

USA - July 5 2016 As the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel recently reported, a Wisconsin man has recently made a career by threatening and filing lawsuits against numerous...

Michael Aldana.