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By: David J. Pryzbylski
Disciplining an employee for social media posts criticizing a company can be a tricky area to navigate from a legal standpoint. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has been aggressive in terms of ordering the reinstatement of workers
Continue Reading Can You Terminate An Employee For Facebook Posts Criticizing Your Company?

By Paul Salvatore, Steven Porzio, David Bayer and Laura Franks
Colleges and universities should take note of the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit’s recent decision in University of Southern California v. National Labor Relations Board, Case No. 17-1149 (D.C. Cir.
Continue Reading D.C. Circuit Weighs In On NLRB Test For Adjunct Faculty Unionization

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Mark A. Carter

Jacqueline N. Rau

On January 25, 2019, the National Labor Relations Board (Board) returned to the common-law agency test for determining whether workers qualified as independent contractors. SuperShuttle DFW, Inc., 367 NLRB No. 75 (2019) The
Continue Reading National Labor Relations Board Returns to Longstanding Independent Contractor Standard

Avi Yankelewitz – Fordham University School of Law
In the wake of the Supreme Court decision in Janus v. AFSCME, unions must represent all workers in the bargaining unit, even those who do not pay dues.  This paper discusses the
Continue Reading Why Must a Union Represent Workers for Free? The First Amendment May Relieve Unions of This Burden