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Michigan Adopts New Incentive Tool for Economic Development

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

A new tax incentive program targeting large job providers passed the Michigan legislature last week with bi-partisan support, and is expected to be signed soon by Governor Rick Snyder, who strongly supported the legislation....more

Seventh Circuit Upholds Wisconsin’s Right-To-Work Law

by SmithAmundsen LLC on

On July 12, 2017, a three judge panel in the seventh circuit unanimously affirmed District Judge J.P. Stadtmueller’s ruling dismissing a lawsuit filed by two International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) locals that...more

Right-to-Work Law Upheld

by Ruder Ware on

Without much fanfare, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld the Wisconsin Right-to-Work Law. The Right-to-Work Law passed in Wisconsin is similar to a law passed in Indiana and holds that a company may not enter...more

2017 and the West Virginia Legislature - The Year of the Employer

The 2017 regular session of the West Virginia Legislature saw several changes in laws relevant to employers. Changes of interest to employers include the West Virginia Safer Workplace Act, Second Chance for Employment Act,...more

2017 West Virginia Legislative Update For Employers

The West Virginia Legislature ended its 2017 session with a few changes employers should be aware of, including updates to medical marijuana laws, questions you can and can't ask when hiring, and more. In this webinar,...more

WPI State of the States — Legislative Proposals Are Taking Root

by Littler on

As April showers turn into May flowers, measures proposed earlier this year in the state legislatures begin to take root. Significantly fewer generally applicable labor and employment bills were introduced in April, around 60...more

SOSR – A low threshold for a fair dismissal?

by Dentons on

Of the five fair reasons for dismissal, ‘some other substantial reason’ (SOSR) is often viewed as a ‘catch all’ justification for dismissal. It does not give an employer freedom to dismiss for an irrelevant or trivial reason....more

Dues Checkoff Revocations May Be Valid in Wisconsin Despite Federal Court Ruling

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

A Wisconsin federal court has invalidated a key provision in Wisconsin’s Right to Work law that gave employees the right to cancel deduction of union dues from their paychecks. Int’l Ass’n of Machinists v. Allen, et al., No....more

Hot List – What’s Happening in the California Legislature 4/24-4/28

by Fisher Phillips on

Our weekly California Legislature “hot list” provides you with a preview of the bills that are up (as well as other important legislative action) the following week... Recap of Legislative Bill Activity Last Week – The...more

Hot List – What’s Happening in the California Legislature 4/17-4/21

by Fisher Phillips on

Our weekly California Legislature “hot list” provides you with a preview of the bills that are up (as well as other important legislative action) the following week...more

Steady as She Goes or Charting a New Course? Employment and Labor Signals in the Trump Administration

As we discussed yesterday at Mintz Levin’s Third Annual Employment Law Summit, big changes are likely in the offing as all three branches of our federal government begin to deal with labor and employment issues following...more

Lessons from Boeing's union election victory in Charleston

by McNair Law Firm, P.A. on

Many of you already know about Boeing workers soundly rejecting the Machinist Union’s effort to represent approximately 2,800 employees at Boeing’s Charleston facility. Seventy-four percent of voting employees desired to keep...more

10 habits of highly effective HR professionals (April Fool’s edition)

DEAR READERS: Before you accuse me of legal malpractice, take a look at tomorrow’s date. Habit 1: Discriminate, retaliate, harass — have a ball! There’s a new sheriff in town, with a more employer-friendly,...more

Giving the Unions Their Dues: NLRB ALJ Finds Partial Preemption of Wisconsin Right-to-Work Law

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: Administrative Law Judge found that the NLRA preempts part of Wisconsin’s right-to-work law that restricts employers from deducting union dues directly from employees’ paychecks....more

New Hampshire Legislature Rejects Right-to-Work Legislation

by PretiFlaherty on

The New Hampshire Legislature has rejected a proposed “Right-To-Work” bill which would have prohibited unions from charging non-members for the costs of representation. The measure failed to pass the House with a final...more

Right-To-Work Laws Continue to Gain Momentum at Federal, State, and Local Levels

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

For nearly fifty years, the debate over “right-to-work” laws had largely been considered settled. The concept was popular in the south, where a number of states have had right-to-work-laws on the books since before the...more

February 2017: The 12 Biggest Labor And Employment Law Stories

by Fisher Phillips on

The world of labor and employment law is always evolving at a rapid pace, leading us to summarize a few of the most significant cases from the previous month. February 2017 was another month that saw dramatic developments,...more

WPI State of the States: Legislatures Saw a Flurry of Activity in February

by Littler on

Statehouses across the country continue to propose legislation at a frenzied pace. In February, as in January, more than 500 bills concerning labor and employment issues were either introduced or addressed in some fashion....more

“Right-to-Work” Momentum Building in 2017

by Benesch on

In the early months of 2017, right-to-work legislation continues to garner significant attention as a number of states explore legislation. In early January, Kentucky passed legislation prohibiting employers from entering...more

Missouri Has Become the 28th Right-to-Work State

by SmithAmundsen LLC on

On February 6, 2017, the newly elected GOP Governor Eric Greitens, signed into law a right-to-work (RTW) bill that passed the state’s Republican-controlled state legislature....more

Congress Considers National Right-To-Work Bill: Beginning of the End for Unions?

Organized labor in the United States has experienced a steady decline in the last several decades, from a peak union membership rate of 35% during the mid-1950s to 10.7% in the year 2016. For the private sector, the decline...more

Right to Work Law Passes in Missouri

by Lathrop Gage on

Missouri is now the 28th Right to Work state after Governor Eric Greitens signed Senate Bill No. 19 into law. The law becomes effective on August 28, 2017....more

President Trump Supports National Right To Work Bill

by Saul Ewing LLP on

A stalwart of collective bargaining, the union security clause, is under assault by the “National Right to Work Act” (H.R. 785) that Representatives King (R – Iowa) and Wilson (R – South Carolina) introduced in the House on...more

There Goes Another One! Missouri Right-To-Work Legislation Signed Into Law.

The State of Missouri has now become our 28th right-to-work state, following closely after Kentucky, which took the leap about a month ago. The Missouri bill was signed into law yesterday by Republican Gov. Eric...more

Missouri Enacts Right to Work Law

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

Governor Eric Greitens campaigned on promises to sign “right-to-work” law if given the opportunity and the Missouri House of Representatives gave him that opportunity by passing Senate Bill 19 (SB 19) after hours of floor...more

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