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Today’s News & Commentary — May 8, 2018

Published May 8th, 2018 -

The New Yorker reported last night that four women have accused New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman of sexual misconduct and physical abuse, including one woman who previously worked closely with his office. Schneiderman, who positioned himself as a ch... More »

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#BossBabes and Employment Protections

Published May 7th, 2018 -

A local woman has had a hard time finding work, but is desperate for income, and hears from a friend about a business opportunity which allows her to work from home. Excited about the prospect, she spends $99 in order to get a starter kit, which allows her to ... More »

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Janus and the Problem with Alleging Lochnerism

Published May 4th, 2018 -

Janus, the Court’s case about public sector agency fees that will be decided this term, is a case that could be framed in two ways. On the one hand, Janus is a case about compelled political speech: the government, by imposing agency fees as a condition of emp... More »

New Episode of Breached Podcast on Employment

Published April 25th, 2018 -

Today, Breached Podcast released a new episode exploring employment as a component of the social contract.  The episode treats the NLRA as the foundation of the social contract between employees and employers and asks how changes in the nature of work provide ... More »

Today’s News & Commentary — April 13, 2018

Published April 13th, 2018 -

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation yesterday that is aimed at protecting public workers’ rights in advance of the Supreme Court’s potentially adverse ruling in Janus v. AFSCME Council 31.  The new law allows unions to deny full benefits to worke... More »