Property Owners Win Big in Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid

Property Owners Win Big in Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid

Earlier today, in Cedar Point Nursey v. Hassid, the Supreme Court held that a California regulation that grants union organizers...
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A Small Point About Cedar Point

A Small Point About Cedar Point

Ross will soon have our summary of the Court's decision in Cedar Point, holding that a California regulation granting unions...
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The Strike Zone—NCAA v. Alston

The Strike Zone—NCAA v. Alston

In a much-anticipated decision, the Supreme Court unanimously affirmed the ruling in NCAA v. Alston, which found college sports’ governing...
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The Strike Zone—June 21, 2021

The Strike Zone—June 21, 2021

Democratic senators introduced a bill on June 9 that would prohibit the appropriation of federal funds for the 2026 World...
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NDWA-Handy Pilot: Major Gains for Workers Long Excluded from Labor Law’s Protections

NDWA-Handy Pilot: Major Gains for Workers Long Excluded from Labor Law’s Protections

Today, the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) announced a new pilot program for domestic workers who use the Handy platform....
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The Strike Zone—June 7, 2021

The Strike Zone—June 7, 2021

May 25, last week, was the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s murder. Professional athletes marked the occasion by advocating for...
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Weekend News & Commentary – June 20, 2021

Lawmakers in Maine approved a bill this week to enable workers alleging violations of certain state labor laws, including wage-and-hour violations, to bring private enforcement actions in the name of the state after providing notice to certain state agencies. The...

Today’s News & Commentary — June 17, 2021

Workers and management at the New Yorker reached an agreement yesterday regarding the terms of their first collective bargaining agreement. Prior to coming to agreement on terms, the union threatened to strike. The labor effort is fairly recent; only three years...

Today’s News & Commentary—June 16, 2021

On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Labor announced the launch of a $1.5 million funding program designed to ensure that women workers are equipped to exercise their rights at work. The initiative, administered by the Department’s Women’s Bureau and called Fostering...

Today’s News & Commentary—June 15, 2021

On Monday, a survey published by Data for Progress showed that voters prioritize creating jobs over inflation and the national debt. According to the survey, a majority of voters – including both independents and Republicans – “strongly prioritize investing in the...

Today’s News & Commentary—June 14, 2021

Over the weekend, a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by over 100 employees of a Texas hospital who were seeking to challenge their employer’s COVID-19 vaccine requirement.  The complaint alleged that the hospital system had unlawfully forced its...

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Weekend News & Commentary – June 20, 2021

Lawmakers in Maine approved a bill this week to enable workers alleging violations of certain state labor laws, including wage-and-hour violations, to bring private enforcement actions in the name of the state after providing notice to certain state agencies. The...

Today’s News & Commentary — June 17, 2021

Workers and management at the New Yorker reached an agreement yesterday regarding the terms of their first collective bargaining agreement. Prior to coming to agreement on terms, the union threatened to strike. The labor effort is fairly recent; only three years...

Today’s News & Commentary—June 16, 2021

On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Labor announced the launch of a $1.5 million funding program designed to ensure that women workers are equipped to exercise their rights at work. The initiative, administered by the Department’s Women’s Bureau and called Fostering...

Today’s News & Commentary—June 15, 2021

On Monday, a survey published by Data for Progress showed that voters prioritize creating jobs over inflation and the national debt. According to the survey, a majority of voters – including both independents and Republicans – “strongly prioritize investing in the...

Today’s News & Commentary—June 14, 2021

Over the weekend, a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by over 100 employees of a Texas hospital who were seeking to challenge their employer’s COVID-19 vaccine requirement.  The complaint alleged that the hospital system had unlawfully forced its...

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