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LMRA Arbitration Award Upheld By The Third Circuit

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

Texts, Lies and Footballs: Tom Brady, “Deflategate,” and What’s Next?

Since we last discussed “Deflategate,” New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady appealed his four-game suspension resulting from the NFL’s finding that he had committed “conduct detrimental to the league,” based on 1) his...more

Employer Payment of Union Officials’ Salaries Deemed Unlawful

Seventh Circuit breaks with long-relied-upon precedent, holding that wage payments to former employees on leaves of absence for union business violate section 302 of the LMRA....more

“Alleged Clothes,” “Things of Value,” and “Recess Appointments”: What’s In “Store” In The New Supreme Court Term

Last week started the 2013-2014 Term at the Supreme Court of the United States. While the hot issues last year were DOMA, Title VII (Vance v. Ball State University and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v....more

"Sham Litigation" Suit Revived by Fourth Circuit

Waugh Chapel South, LLC v. United Food & Commercial Workers Union Local 27 - No. 12-1429, 2013 WL 4505288 (4th Cir. Aug. 26, 2013) - In Waugh Chapel South, LLC v. United Food & Commercial Workers Union Local 27, the...more

Supreme Court Grants Review Of Whether Neutrality, Card Check Agreements Violate LMRA

Overshadowed by the Supreme Court’s decision to hear the National Labor Relations Board’s appeal of Noel Canning, the D.C. Circuit’s recess appointments ruling, the Supreme Court also granted certiorari in Mulhall v. UNITE...more

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