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Judge Permanently Blocks USDOL’s “Persuader Rule”

USA - November 30 2016 A federal judge in Texas permanently enjoined the new USDOL Persuader Rule from taking effect on a nationwide basis. The new rule would have required...

Lyle S. Zuckerman, Robert K. Stewart, Henry E. Farber, Jeffrey S. Bosley, Paula C. Simon.

Reversing Precedent, NLRB Drops Consent Requirement for Mixed Bargaining Unit of Temporary and Regular Employees

USA - July 27 2016 On July 11, the NLRB continued the expansion of joint-employer liability set forth in Browning-Ferris Industries, 362 NLRB No. 186 (Aug. 27, 2015) by...

Lyle S. Zuckerman, Dino A. Bovell, Jr., Henry E. Farber, Jeffrey S. Bosley.

Invalid NLRB recess appointments mean controversial decisions get a second look

USA - July 1 2014 In Noel Canning, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously decided that President Obama's January 2012 recess appointments to the National Labor Relations...

NLRB takes another run at “quickie” election procedures

USA - February 6 2014 The National Labor Relations Board announced Wednesday that it is again proposing changes to its election procedures, ostensibly to "improve the...

Oregon restricts employers' access to private social media accounts

USA - January 24 2014 Oregon recently joined numerous states in prohibiting employers from seeking access to employees' or prospective employees' private social-media...

Chrys A. Martin, Christie S. Totten, Angela C. Galloway.