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If you feel that your rights have been violated by compulsory unionism, or have a question about your rights under a compulsory unionism arrangement, you are welcome to fill out the form below.

Your inquiry must be related to issues such as compulsory union membership or compulsory dues payments, union violence against workers, forced union dues used for politics, decertification or deauthorization elections, and abuses of exclusive hiring halls. We do not provide legal assistance to employees on any other employment-related matters, such as non-compete clauses, employment at will, general employment discrimination (such as employment discrimination based upon age, race or disabilities) or general questions about internal union affairs for voluntary union members.

If your request is potentially within the scope of our litigation program, a Foundation staff attorney or legal assistant will contact you as soon as possible. There is no charge for this service, and any information you send to us seeking legal aid will be kept strictly confidential. If your inquiry is urgent, you might wish to call us on our toll-free line (800-336-3600).

You should use only your personal e-mail address. The use of someone else's e-mail address or your employer-provided e-mail address may be deemed to waive confidentiality.


* First Name:
* Last Name
* Address:
* City, State Zipcode
* E-Mail Address:
Telephone (cell):
* Employer:
* Type of Work:
* Name of National Union Involved:
* Name of Union Local Involved:
* Union Member: Yes No
*Charter School Employee: Yes No
How did you hear about the Foundation?
* Have you contacted us before? Yes No
If yes, who?
If yes, when?

* Please briefly explain your question or problem:

Be sure to provide all of the requested information as completely as you can (* required information). Note that because of the heavy volume of e-mails we receive, you may not receive an answer to your e-mail the same day that you send it. We will make every effort to answer your e-mail within three business days.Your concerns are very important to us. The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation's purpose is to defend workers who suffer the abuses of compulsory unionism. Clicking the button below is the first step towards asserting your rights. Remember, there is no charge for legal help from Foundation staff attorneys, and your name and address will be kept confidential.

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NOTICE & ACKNOWLEDGMENT. By clicking on the "Request Help" button, you acknowledge reading and understanding this notice: Representation will not be provided in any matter unless and until both a Retainer Authorization and a Disclosure Agreement provided by us are signed and returned. We provide those documents only after we have decided to provide legal aid in a particular matter.


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