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Indiana Supreme Court Upholds Right to Work Law

Published December 9th, 2014 -

Opponents of right to work laws recently suffered setbacks in Indiana. The International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150 brought a lawsuit in February of this year, claiming that Indiana’s right-to-work law violated the state constitution. Lake County j... More »

Guest Post: A Reply on Sweeney and the Takings Clause

Published September 12th, 2014 -

James Sherk is a Senior Policy Analyst in Labor Economics at the Heritage Foundation.  This post is part of a series: Heather Whitney’s initial post, Mr. Sherk’s reply, Ms. Whitney’s response, and Professor Catherine Fisk’s reply. Thanks to Heather and C... More »

Guest Post: The Takings Clause and Sweeney v. Pence

Published September 4th, 2014 -

Heather Whitney is a Lecturer in Law and Bigelow Teaching Fellow at the University of Chicago. She clerked for Chief Judge Wood before starting at Chicago. The views expressed here are her own and do not necessarily represent those of Judge Wood. In an op-ed b... More »

Restoring Equity in Right to Work

Published September 16th, 2013 -

Right to Work is very much in the news these days.  Catherine Fisk and I have a new paper on the subject available here.  The abstract is as follows: Under United States labor law, when a majority of employees in a bargaining unit chooses union representation,... More »

Right-to-Work Also Unconstitutional in Tennessee?

Published September 10th, 2013 -

As we noted yesterday, a judge in Indiana has held that the state’s right-to-work law is unconstitutional.  The holding is based on Article I, Section 21 of the Indiana constitution, a provision that reads: “No person’s particular services shall be demanded, w... More »