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Sen. Sanders (I-VT) and Rep. Pocan (D-WI) Introduce Bill To Facilitate Union Organizing — Includes Card Check And A Lot More

Posted in Beyond EFCA: Labor's Agenda, Card Check, Department of Labor, EFCA, House of Representatives, Interest Arbitration, Joint Employer, Legislation, Negotiations, NLRA, Persuader Rules, Representation Elections, Right to Work, Senate, Unfair Labor Practices, Unions
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), joined by a number of union leaders and Democratic lawmakers, yesterday announced introduction of the “Workplace Democracy Act” in the Senate.  The bill recycles a number of the failed legislative and administrative efforts of the past decade or so to reform labor law to facilitate union organizing, including the Employee Free… Continue Reading

Labor Relations Today Issues ‘Labor Law 2017: Year in Review’

Posted in Department of Labor, Executive Orders, Expedited Elections, Federal Court Litigation, Government Contracts, House of Representatives, Joint Employer, Legislative Strategy, Micro Units, MLA Media, Negotiations, NLRB Administration, NLRB Decisions, NLRB Rule-Making, Obama Board Reversal, Persuader Rules, Presidential Appointments, Representation Elections, Right to Work, SCOTUS, Senate, Social Media, Unfair Labor Practices, Unions, White House, Workplace Rules
McGuireWoods labor attorneys and the editors of Labor Relations Today are pleased to announce the publication of Labor Relations 2017: Year in Review. As a new administration took the reins for the first time in eight years, employers, employees, unions, labor lawyers and observers alike all wondered what to expect from President Donald J. Trump.  Would he govern much… Continue Reading

Labor Relations Today Issues ‘Labor Law 2016: Year in Review’

Posted in Alternative Labor Law Reform, Department of Labor, Division of Advice, Executive Orders, Expedited Elections, Federal Court Litigation, Government Contracting, Government Contracts, House of Representatives, Joint Employer, Legislation, MLA Media, Negotiations, NLRA, NLRB, NLRB Administration, NLRB Decisions, NLRB Rule-Making, Persuader Rules, Presidential Appointments, Remedies, Representation Elections, Right to Work, SCOTUS, Senate, Social Media, State/Local Issues, Unfair Labor Practices, Unions, White House, Workplace Rules
McGuireWoods labor attorneys and the editors of Labor Relations Today are pleased to announce the publication of Labor Relations 2016: Year in Review. In the final year of his two-term tenure, President Barack Obama’s National Labor Relations Board and Department of Labor continued their double-barreled efforts to remake labor law to benefit labor unions. Throughout the year, the agencies… Continue Reading

Federal Judge Upholds Wisconsin Right to Work Law, But State Court Challenge is Still Pending

Posted in Federal Court Litigation, NLRA, Right to Work, State/Local Issues
In another “chapter in the ongoing, national debate about the role that labor unions play in the modern workplace and the extent to which they may be regulated by both state and federal governments, on Monday, September 26, U.S. District Judge J.P. Stadtmueller entered an order upholding Wisconsin’s right to work law that was enacted in… Continue Reading

West Virginia Judge Temporarily Enjoins Right-to-Work Law

Posted in Legislation, Right to Work, State/Local Issues
On Wednesday, August 10, a West Virginia judge issued a temporary injunction blocking the state’s enforcement of its new right-to-work law. The law, known as the Workplace Freedom Act, just took effect on July 1 and prohibits union security clauses–i.e., collective bargaining provisions that require all unit employees to pay union dues. West Virginia was the 26th… Continue Reading

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