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Responding to Employee Activism
September 27, 2018
The month of September saw at least two major work walkouts in support of the #MeToo and #BelieveSurvivors movements.
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NLRB Issues New (And More Balanced) Guidance on Handbook Rules
June 8, 2018
On June 6, 2018, the General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board issued guidance on lawful and unlawful handbook rules under the National Labor Relations Act. This guidance follows the GC’s December 1, 2017 withdrawal of prior guidance on handbook rules that had been issued in 2015.
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Some Work Rules Still Don't Fly Under the NLRB's New Boeing Standard
June 7, 2018
Does your Company have a work rule that limits an employee’s ability to secure a second job?  If so, maintaining such a rule may violate the National Labor Relations Act.
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NLRB Decision on Independent Contractor Issue Could Impact Related FLSA Litigation
May 18, 2018
On May 2, 2018, Leslie Smith, a well-known mixed martial arts fighter, filed an unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) alleging that the Ultimate Fighting Championship (“UFC’) failed to renew her contract because she was trying to organize other UFC fighters.
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Arbitrator Must Rule on Independent Contractor Status of Uber Drivers in Class-Action Notwithstanding NLRA Bar to Class Action Waivers
July 25, 2017
Last week, a U.S. District Court Judge in Illinois ruled that an arbitration agreement signed by an Uber driver required arbitration on the issue of whether Uber drivers are employees or independent contractors before the driver could proceed with a wage and hour class action lawsuit against Uber.
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Tweets Follow

Oct 15

NLRB Surrenders Its War Against Employee Handbooks: https://t.co/fX7BILtNCP

Oct 12

NLRB Turns To Rulemaking To Reverse Joint Employer Standard: https://t.co/cFnQjI6Rzg

Oct 10

Upon Further Review: The DEA Legalizes a Marijuana-Derived Drug: https://t.co/RzjNFiU50k