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The NLRB Overrules Longstanding Precedent in Two New Opinions

On December 12, 2012, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) overruled a 50–year-old precedent when it decided that employers have a duty to continue to deduct union dues from employees’ paychecks even after the...more

Employer Must Continue Union Dues Check Off After CBA Expires

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is continuing its drive to overturn well-established legal precedent that it considers to be unfavorable to unions and employees....more

NLRB Rules that Union Dues Checkoff Survives Contract Expiration

An employer that deducts union dues from employees’ wages (dues checkoff) under a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) must now continue to do so after the CBA expires....more

Contract Language Requires Continued Wage Increases Even After Expiration, rules divided NLRB

The process of collective bargaining is filled with nuance and sublety. Unlike other business negotiations, there is often a dance that takes place as the parties attempt to reach an agreement. Given the Act’s mandate that...more

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