Arbitration, Dues Issues On Deck At NLRB, Prosecutor Says
Law360, New York (June 13, 2019, 7:14 PM EDT) -- The National Labor Relations Board may soon apply less scrutiny to workplace arbitration agreements and let employers in some cases withhold dues after their collective bargaining agreements with unions expire, the agency's top attorney said Thursday at a New York University School of Law event in Manhattan.
These issues are at the center of two of four pending NLRB cases general counsel Peter Robb highlighted as possible vehicles for precedent shifts in comments at the 72nd Annual NYU Conference on Labor, which looks at how automation and artificial intelligence will affect workers. The conference will continue Friday.
Robb said the board...
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