Tag:National Labor Relations Act

Legal Issues: Unions Continue Making Waves Across U.S.

Union issues are continuing to make headlines across the country whether it’s in Hollywood or in Colorado where public defenders unionized in 2022.

New Bill Addressing Public Workers’ Rights Recently Signed by Gov. Polis June 6

Senate Bill 23-111 or “Public Employees' Workplace Protection'' was recently signed into law, but not everyone is in favor of the new law.

U.S. Supreme Court Finds State Tort Claim Not Blocked by NLRA

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled NLRA doesn’t bar a concrete company’s lawsuit for damages incurred during a union walk off.

NLRB Signals New Push to Overturn Precedents

Jennifer Abruzzo listed 15 cases and issues for mandatory submission from the National Labor Relations Board’s offices.

When Employment and Traditional Labor Collide: Whole Foods Wins One in the Ongoing Legal Battle Concerning Black Lives Matter Masks

Sherman & Howard member Patrick Scully and associate Carissa Davis detail a recent Title VII case out of Massachusetts and newer NRLB rulings on dress codes.

Truth or Consequentials: The NLRB Expands Make-Whole Relief

Sherman & Howard associate attorney Jane Waterman-Joyce explains what the latest NLRB ruling may mean for employers.

The NLRB’s New Joint Employer Rule: Moving the Goalposts, Providing No Guideposts

Sherman & Howard member Patrick Scully and associate Iris Lozano explain the implications of the latest NLRB proposed rule about joint employers.

Hard Times Ahead for Employers Under New NLRB

The NLRB in July ruled that Scabby the Rat can be displayed at union boycotts or protests. Employers can expect more labor-friendly decisions from the labor board, which has a Democratic majority as of Aug. 27.