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New Administration, New Direction as Acting NLRB General Counsel Rescinds 10 General Counsel Memos and Reverses Course on Neutrality Pacts With Unions

USA - February 3 2021 Substantial changes are afoot at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Most notably, these include the firing of the NLRB’s General Counsel Peter…

John Bolesta, Myles Moran.

NLRB’s Division of Advice Determines Certain Workers in the Cannabis Industry Are Exempt From Federal Labor Law

USA - January 29 2021 On January 25, 2021, the NLRB Division of Advice (“the Division”) released a memo that may indicate a change in the way workers engaged in cannabis…

John Bolesta, Myles Moran.

EEOC Takes a Shot at COVID-19: Unvaccinated Employees Can be Excluded From the Workplace

USA - December 18 2020 The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released its long-awaited COVID-19 vaccine guidance for employers on December 16, 2020, providing…

Chelsea Staskiewicz, Justine M. Phillips.

SCOTUS to Consider Whether California Unconstitutionally “Takes” Private Property When It Compels Agricultural Employers to Grant Union Access to Private Property

USA - November 19 2020 When it comes to whether unions have a right to enter an employer’s premises over the employer’s objections, California’s law is the polar opposite…

James R. Hays, John Bolesta.

SCOTUS to Consider Whether California Unconstitutionally “Takes” Private Property When It Compels Employers to Grant Union Access to Private Property

USA - November 16 2020 When it comes to whether unions have a right to enter an employer’s premises over the employer’s objections, California’s law is the polar opposite…

James R. Hays, John Bolesta.