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NLRB: Employer Should Not Have Asked an Employee How Things Were Going During a Union Campaign

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

Employers must tread carefully when communicating with employees during union organizing campaigns. A seemingly innocuous question can violate the National Labor Relations Act’s (NLRA) prohibition on employers soliciting...more

CAS Legal Mailbag Question of the Week – August, 2017

by Shipman & Goodwin LLP on

Dear Legal Mailbag: I hope that you are having a nice summer. As a new principal of a big elementary school, I was enjoying mine, but now I need your help. Originally published in the CAS Weekly Newsletter - August 2,...more

Employer’s Asking Employee “How Things Are Going?,” Prelude to Unlawful Solicitation of Grievances, Board Majority Rules

We are on the verge of the Board majority changing for the first time in approximately a decade. The President’s two appointees, if confirmed, will bring the Board up to a full five members. After the new members are seated...more

NLRB Orders Union To Drop Unlawful Grievance, to Dismiss Suit Seeking to Compel Neutral Employers to Arbitrate Grievance and to...

On May 23, the NLRB issued Road Sprinkler Fitters Local Union 669, finding that U.A. Local 669 (Union) violated the NLRA when it sought to apply and enforce facially valid anti-double breasting language in a national master...more

Psychological harassment arbitration adjourned because employee awarded worker’s compensation benefits

by Dentons on

An employee who received worker’s compensation benefits for “psychological injury due to harassment” has had her union harassment grievance, against her employer and supervisor, adjourned....more

NLRB Signs Off On Narrow Confidentiality Provision for Employee Reinstatement Agreements

by Littler on

In the recent case of S. Freeman & Sons, Inc., the National Labor Relations Board confronted the question of “whether an employer can require an employee to keep confidential the terms of a settlement agreement in exchange...more

New Jersey Employers Cannot Reduce Employees' Time To File Discrimination Claims From Two Year Statute Of Limitations, Rules...

by FordHarrison on

The New Jersey Supreme Court has held that employment agreements shortening the time in which an employee may file a discrimination claim against his or her employer under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (LAD) are...more

Employees and Employers

by JAMS on

Following are two interesting and recent federal court rulings related to arbitration. Future Disputes are beyond Arbitral Authority Minnesota Nurses Association v. North Memorial Health Care After completing 30...more

LMRA Arbitration Award Upheld By The Third Circuit

by Carlton Fields on

The Third Circuit affirmed an arbitration award under the Labor Management Relations Act (“LMRA”) as the decision reached by the arbitrator comported with the collective bargaining agreement (“CBA”) between the parties....more

Part 2: …But In the Fourth Department, Repeat Filings Are Not Required?

In Part 1 of this discussion, we highlighted the Appellate Division, Third Department’s holdings on RPTL’s “freeze” provision in the Highbridge Broadway, LLC v City of Schenectady and Scellen v City of Glens Falls cases. As...more

NLRB Expands NLRA Protections: Rejects Solicitation of Grievance Defense

On July 2, 2013, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decided a case, Albertson’s LLC, 359 NLRB No. 147, implicating two elements of the National Labor Relations Act. ...more

Five Grievances Don’t Make A (Dismissal) Right

A recent case in the UK Employment Appeals Tribunal Woodhouse v. West North West Homes Leeds Limited UK EAT/0007(12) has looked at whether it is possible to fairly dismiss an employee who has raised repeated grievances, on...more

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