Law360, New York (October 22, 2015, 11:48 AM EDT) -- Transportation is proving to be a hotbed for battles to bolster the declining ranks of private-sector union membership, with labor organizers eyeing the nation’s ports, long-haul truck drivers and shuttle operators for workers who could be open to unionization. Here are three of the biggest union battles waging in the industry now.
NLRB v. FedEx Home Delivery
In a suit currently before judges in the D.C. Circuit, the National Labor Relations Board is defending its September 2014 ruling that drivers at FedEx Home Delivery’s Hartford terminal are employees and that the company violated the National Labor Relations Act by refusing to...
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