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Federal Appeals Court Rules Counties May Enact Right To Work Laws

The term “right to work state” is fairly well known. After all, 25 of the United States are “right to work states,” states which have enacted laws prohibiting compulsory unionism as part of a collective bargaining agreement....more

What Will Happen When the Smoke Clears? Post-Election HR Strategies for 2017 and Beyond

The long and contentious presidential campaign is over. So, now what? What does President-elect Trump’s victory mean for employers?...more

What Employers Can Expect From The Trump Administration

Like the rest of the country, employers and HR professionals are left wondering what Donald Trump’s unexpected election as President means for the country. The Trump campaign was often light on detailed policy proposals, but...more

Peering into Hinshaw’s Crystal Ball: How the Trump Administration May Affect Labor and Employment Landscape

With the election of Donald Trump and transition to a Republican administration looming, employers are scrambling to predict what impact Trump will have on labor and employment policy and enforcement initiatives. What...more

With the Election (Mercifully) Behind Us, What Will a Trump Administration Mean for Employers?

The 2016 Presidential election was arguably the most contentious, unpredictable, and politically polarizing race in this nation's history. The contours of the electoral map changed by the hour in the days leading up to...more

Forget Trump or Clinton—What Else is on the November 8 Ballot?

Next week, Americans will head to the polls to elect their 45th President. Across the nation, voters will also fill 469 congressional seats, including 435 in the House and 34 in the Senate. While these federal races tend to...more

September 2016 UK Immigration Update

New developments include a number of Immigration Act provisions, changes to the recording of right-to-work checks, and early invitations to sponsor licence extension applications. Although the United Kingdom has voted in...more

Employment Law Navigator – Week in Review: July 2016 #5

Pokemon Go has taken the world by storm. Last week, several blogs discussed what employers can do to limit the effect of the game on the workplace. HR Morning advised looking at information technology and social media...more

Withdrawal of Recognition of Union – Automatic Complaint

Recent action by the National Labor Relations Board has challenged a long-standing labor precedent that may directly affect Wisconsin companies because of the implementation of the Wisconsin Right-to-Work Law. ...more

West Virginia, “Right-to-Work” and “Prevailing Wage” - What Does This Really Mean for Employers?

Less than a month ago, the West Virginia Legislature overrode the veto of Governor Tomblin to enact the “Workplace Freedom Act” – commonly called the Right-to-Work bill – and eliminated the requirement that state contractors...more

SuperVision Today - March 2016

Notes from the Chair and Executive Editor - Welcome to 2016's first edition of SuperVision Today, the enewsletter from Spilman Thomas & Battle's Labor & Employment Group. Our clients in West Virginia certainly are...more

Federal Court Strikes Down Kentucky County Right to Work Ordinance

A federal district court has ruled that the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) preempts a county government from enacting a right-to-work ordinance applicable only to that county. The decision from the U.S. District Court...more

Executive Labor Summary - January / February 2016

NEWS & ANALYSIS - Death of Justice Antonin Scalia may create 4-4 split in case involving public employee union agency fees - In January, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in Friedrichs v. California, a case in...more

West Virginia Enacts Right-to-Work Legislation

On July 1, 2016, the State of West Virginia will become the 26th state to enact right-to-work legislation, prohibiting employers from requiring union membership, or the contribution of union dues as a condition of employment....more

W. Va. will go right-to-work in July

Wild, wonderful West Virginia is going right-to-work. Republicans in the state legislature passed the Workplace Freedom Act and yesterday overrode a veto by Democratic Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin. Also yesterday, the West...more

What’s Union Membership Got to Do with It? Nothing, According to a Proposed Alabama Constitutional Amendment

Republican state legislators recently introduced parallel bills that would amend the Alabama Constitution and reiterate Alabama’s status as a right to work state. Right to work states recognize and protect an employee’s right...more

What Does 2016 Portend for Labor and Employment Law?

What is on the horizon for labor and employment policy in 2016, the last year of the Obama administration when the president will seek to cement his legacy, and a national election year when the White House and control of...more

2015 Employment and Labor Law Final Exam - Answer Key

Thank you to everyone who participated in this year's employment and labor law final exam. We hope it was challenging and informative. Congratulations to Marla Guenther of Hilton Head Hospital and Ruth Pastula of Georgetown...more

Employment Law Update - 2015 Employment and Labor Law Final Exam

As 2015 winds down, it's time to test your employment and labor law knowledge with Nexsen Pruet's fifth annual exam. From COBRA to the ADEA to right to work law, it's your time to show off your knowledge of employment law!...more

Mexico Supreme Court Issues Guidance on Outsourcing

The Second Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation in Mexico recently issued guidance establishing that outsourcing does not violate the constitutional principles of legal certainty and freedom. According...more

Do I need to display E-Verify posters?

Q. Are employers that use E-Verify required to post anything special or communicate anything differently to candidates or employees?...more

As Expected, the NLRB Eliminates the Employer's Right to Terminate Dues Checkoff Upon Expiration of a CBA

On August 27, 2015, the National Labor Relations Board, in Lincoln Lutheran of Racine, 362 NLRB No. 188, overturned 53 years of precedent, holding that, like most other terms and conditions of employment, an employer’s...more

Let’s Get Ready to Rumble

The summer of 2015 should be very interesting for the Big 3 and suppliers alike. The collective bargaining agreements for the Big 3 will expire on September 14, 2015. Initial negotiations with the UAW are scheduled to...more

Final Right to Work Blog (127th Maine Legislature)

Efforts to pass “Right to Work” legislation in Maine have been defeated for the second time in four years. Three bills that were able to survive on minority reports after being heard and worked by the Legislature’s Joint...more

Under the Dome: Inside the Maine State House

Under the Dome: Inside the Maine State House provides a high-level overview of recent activity at the Maine State House. Budget Approved by Legislature - Early Wednesday morning the Maine House and Senate...more

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