Document Review
27 February 2020

NLRB Finalizes New Joint Employer Rule

The NLRB recently issued its new and improved version of the Joint Employer rule.  Because this topic has been in the news for seemingly the last several years, it is helpful to trace how we arrived at this point.  For years, the Board used to utilize a more employer-friendly joint employer standard.  In 2015, the […]

NLRB Books
09 January 2020

Back to the Future: NLRB Rules Employers Are A...

Late in 2019, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a decision that is welcome news to unionized employers. In Valley Hospital Medical Center, the NLRB ruled that employers can now stop collecting dues payments for the union upon expiration of a collective bargaining agreement, at least until a new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) is […]

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14 November 2019

NLRB Continues Trend of Limiting Union Access t...

In recent years, the NLRB has been rolling back past decisions that reduced employers’ property rights and granted individuals’ access to an employer’s property to engage in union activity.  In Bexar County Performing Arts Center Foundation, 368 NLRB 46 (Aug. 23, 2019), the NLRB took another step in that direction.  Bexar follows on the heels […]

25 September 2019

NLRB Recognizes Employer Contractual Rights, Re...

In MV Transportation, Inc., 368 NLRB No. 66 (Sept. 10, 2019), unionized employers won a tremendous victory before the NLRB, giving unionized employers with collective bargaining agreements significantly more flexibility to exercise their contractual rights and to make operational changes impacting unionized employees during a labor contract without bargaining.  In short, contractual rights that employers […]