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October 8, 2007

NLRB Modifies "Recognition Bar" Doctrine to Permit Employees and Rival Unions to File Election Petitions

Employers faced with a union demand for voluntary recognition, or to enter into a "card-check," "neutrality"

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September 7, 2007

National Labor Relations Board Voids Coerced Union Project Labor Agreement

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or "the Board") has released its decision in Glens Falls Building

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August 28, 2007

Balancing Employee Free Choice: Withdrawal of Union Recognition During the Life of the Contract

Recently, the National Labor Relations Board issued an opinion clarifying an employer's right to

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April 27, 2007

International Labor Organization Weighs in on Dispute over Labor Rights at the British Embassy

In what appears to have resolved a two-year old case that has caused a stir in Washington's diplomatic

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April 11, 2007

The RESPECT Act: A Bad Law With A Snappy Acronym Is Still A Bad Law

While employers are intently focused on defeating the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) (See, The Employer

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March 2, 2007

The Employee Free Choice Act: It's More than Just a Misleading Name

The Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA), introduced into the U.S. House of Representatives on February 5,

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March 2, 2007

The Employee Free Choice Act: It's More than Just a Misleading Name

The Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA), introduced into the U.S. House of Representatives on February 5,

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March 1, 2007

The Dangers of Overbroad Work Rules: Union-Free and Unionized Employers Beware

Most employers across the United States have a compilation of work rules – some more detailed than

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October 11, 2006

NLRB Clarifies and Expands Key Aspects of Supervisory Status Test

The National Labor Relations Board has issued a much-anticipated group of decisions that help to clarify

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October 3, 2006

Ninth Circuit Forbids California Employers From Using State Funds To Address Union Organizing

In a divided decision with far-reaching implications, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth

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