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NLRB Revisits and Reverses What ‘Change’ Means

Michael WestcottMarch 9, 2018
Labor professionals have had a difficult time keeping up with the most recent interpretation of the law when it comes...

The Future of Right-to-Work Depends on the Result of Pending Appeals

Tyler WilkinsonNovember 16, 2016
Wisconsin enacted its “right-to-work” law in 2015. The law prohibits unions or companies from requiring private-sector workers to join a...

Federal Court Blocks DOL’s ‘Persuader’ Rule

Justin LessnerOctober 11, 2016
A federal judge in Texas recently issued a nationwide injunction against the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) “persuader” rule. The...

What’s Wrong with Right-to-Work?

Tyler WilkinsonApril 22, 2015
Wisconsin recently became the 25th state to enact a right-to-work law. The law bars private-sector employers from requiring workers to...

Act 10 and Act 32 Are Not Retroactive in Coverage

Matthew LefflerFebruary 10, 2014
As you may recall, the highly contentious 2011 Wisconsin Act 10 and Act 32 budget bills imposed limitations on collective...

Court Upholds Part of Controversial Wisconsin Collective Bargaining Law

Gesina SeilerMay 14, 2012
Over the past year, the state of Wisconsin has garnered national attention for its changes to public-sector collective bargaining, resulting Capitol protests, Senate recalls,...

Federal Jury Awards Secretary Over $200,000 in Suit Against Union

Saul GlazerSeptember 1, 2010
n August, a federal jury awarded a 28-year secretary for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 159, more than...