National Right to Work Foundation Files Comments in Support of NLRB Rulemaking to Protect Workers’ Private Contact Information
Labor Board considering ending 2014 policy that forces employers to disclose workers’ private phone and email information to union officials, even over workers’ objections
WASHINGTON, DC – Today the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation submitted comments to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in support of a proposal amending its rules governing voter list contact information to better protect workers’ privacy.
Two Cert Petitions Seeking Refunds of Union Dues Seized in Violation of First Amendment Janus Rights Now Fully Briefed at SCOTUS
Chicago transit worker’s suit, Mark Janus’ petition and two other cases seeking refunds all now scheduled to be considered at High Court’s October 9 conference
WASHINGTON, DC – Staff attorneys at the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation have just filed their reply brief with the US Supreme Court in the class-action case Casanova v. International Association of Machinists, Local 701. Thus, the petition asking the Supreme Court to hear the case is now fully briefed. The case will now be considered at the Court’s October 9 conference.
Labor Board charge comes as federal investigation into racketeering and embezzlement within UAW reaches 15 indictments
EVART, MI – An employee of auto parts manufacturer Ventra Evart LLC has just filed federal unfair labor practice charges against the United Auto Workers (UAW) union local at her workplace, charging that union officials illegally ignored her request to cut off dues deductions from her paycheck and are still seizing money from her.
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