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September 12th, 2019

Today’s News & Commentary — September 12, 2019

Published September 12th, 2019 -

In response to the California legislature’s passage of Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), a bill that largely codifies the California Supreme Court’s decision last year in Dynamex Operations West, Uber is claiming that it will continue to classify its workers as independe... More »

August 26th, 2019

Today’s News & Commentary — August 26, 2019

Published August 26th, 2019 -

20,000 AT&T workers across the Southeast are on strike after the company allegedly committed unfair labor practices in bargaining (or not bargaining) a new contract.  The Communications Workers of America, the union representing the workers, says that the ... More »

August 25th, 2019

Weekend News & Commentary — August 24-25, 2019

Published August 25th, 2019 -

On Friday, the National Labor Relations Board held in Bexar County Performing Arts Center Foundation that the employees of a property’s contractor or licensee do not have the same access rights under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act as the employe... More »

August 15th, 2019

Today’s News & Commentary — August 15, 2019

Published August 15th, 2019 -

Two former Jones Day associates, a married couple, filed suit against the firm alleging various forms of discrimination, retaliation, and interference.  They first allege that the firm’s parental leave policy providing 10 weeks of paid leave to biological pare... More »

August 1st, 2019

Today’s News & Commentary — August 1, 2019

Published August 1st, 2019 -

Tuesday night’s Democratic primary debate featured a vigorous exchange over whether union members would abandon the Democrats if the party endorsed Medicare for All.  Representative Tim Ryan said that such a plan “will tell the union members that give away wag... More »

July 18th, 2019

Today’s News & Commentary – July 18, 2019

Published July 18th, 2019 -

House Democrats are expected to pass the Raise the Wage Act today after overcoming opposition from within party ranks.  The bill would gradually raise the federal minimum wage from its current level of $7.25 per hour to $15 per hour by 2024.  Once the minimum ... More »