The General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board ("Labor Board") recently issued Memorandum GC 16-03 (May 9, 2016) which has wide-ranging
By January 31, 2012, most employers must post a poster published by the National Labor Relations Board informing employees of their right to organize a union.
When can a company discipline or terminate an employee for Facebook postings?
Controversy was the theme of the Conference “Hot Topics in Contemporary Labor Relations Law,” held on March 18, 2011, and cosponsored by Region 13 of the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”), the Chicago-Kent College of Law and the Institute for Law and the Workplace.
After the mid-terms elections, we believe that the National Labor Relations Board ("Board") will be focusing on increased enforcement, increasing the protections of employees and unions, but not engaging in rulemaking to effect major changes in the fundamentals of American labor law.
EFCA - the proposed Employee Free Choice Act - was the feared federal legislation that would make it easier for unions to organize workers and force companies to engage in arbitration during negotiations for a first contract with a union representing employees at a company.
The recent $1.26 billion dollar default judgment against PepsiCo imposed by a Wisconsin state court has cast a spotlight on an otherwise obscure provision in corporate statutes - the need for a registered agent.
During the month of August, we saw the positions appear to harden for and against labor law reform as proposed in the Employee Free Choice Act ("EFCA").
In our updates of July 21, 2008 and October 6, 2008, we reported on solicitations sent to corporations that appear to come from a government agency, but actually do not.
Immigration Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Student Exchange and Visitor Program (SEVP) appear to be increasing the number of periodic reviews of SEVIS-Certified schools with a particular emphasis on English as a Second Language (ESL) schools.