The 4 Biggest Questions Facing Traditional Labor Attys

By Ben James (September 16, 2015, 4:00 PM EDT) -- The fallout from the National Labor Relations Board's game-changing Browning-Ferris and Specialty Healthcare decisions, the board's stance on protections for employees who vent on social media and unions' ability to deal with so-called "free riders" were on top of the minds of attorneys asked about the most important unresolved questions in traditional labor law. 

What Will the Browning-Ferris Joint Employer Standard Look Like in Practice?   

The NLRB issued its highly anticipated Browning-Ferris decision on Aug. 27, just as board member Harry Johnson's term expired. As many observers expected, the 3-2 decision relaxed the board's joint employer test, expanding the pool of...

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