U.S. Labor Law

NLRA and the Right to Strike

By: Union Built PC | March 8, 2020 |

The right of workers to withhold their labor — to strike — is among the most important of human rights. No society can truly claim to respect…

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What Democratic Presidential Candidates Have to Say About Public Servants and Their Unions

By: Union Built PC | October 17, 2019 |

Recently, nineteen Democrats running for president gathered at a forum in Las Vegas and pledged their support for public service employees and their collective bargaining efforts. The…

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Ensuring Transparency in Reporting For Employer and Labor Relations: The “Persuader Rule”

By: pete marchese | April 13, 2016 |

You’ve probably watched one before. An anti-union video so painfully corny, you probably had to turn it off after a few seconds. Anti-union videos — like this…

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Major Win for Unions in a Supreme Court Split

By: pete marchese | March 29, 2016 |

Unions Win Fee Victory as Supreme Court Ties 4-4 by Adam Liptak, New York Times A case that seemed poised to deal a major blow to public…

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What This Means for Unions: The NLRB Judges Decision; Walmart Strikes Lawful, Must Reinstate Workers

By: pete marchese | January 29, 2016 |

This week Reuters broke the news that the National Labor Relations Board Judge found the 2013 Walmart strikes lawful and they must offer to reinstate 16 dismissed…

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