Tag:National Labor Relations Act

DOL Proposes ‘Other’ Rules After Overtime

While employers are reviewing their pay practices for the overtime overhaul that the U.S. Department of Labor recently revealed, the DOL has followed up...

With Arbitration, Public Antipathy Clashes With Case Law

Public pressure continues to build against some companies that use mandatory arbitration provisions. Tech giants and even law firms have come under the microscope...

Companies See Publicity Opportunity in Dropping Arbitration After #MeToo

Facebook, Google and Uber have more in common than all being tech companies that have achieved dominance in Silicon Valley despite not existing two...

Arbitrability of an Arbitration Agreement

A lawsuit filed to challenge the employment classification of exotic dancers may be on its way to the Colorado Supreme Court.  Judge Raymond Moore in...

NLRB Rethinking Stance on Employee Email Use

The National Labor Relations Board now has another Obama-era decision in its crosshairs — this one dealing with restrictions that employers may lawfully impose...

NFL Halts New Anthem Policy to Come to Compromise With Players Union

The NFL sparked the latest wave of controversy over the protests during the national anthem in May, when the league owners voted without the...

Supreme Court Hands Employers Win on Arbitration Clauses

Employers that require workers’ claims against them go to arbitration received big news last week. The Supreme Court held May 21 that an employer’s right...