Analysis

High Court's 2nd Look May Doom Public Sector Union Fees

Law360, New York (September 28, 2017, 7:07 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Supreme Court has again agreed to take up a case over whether public-sector workers who are not union members can be forced to pay union fees, and while that question split the high court 4-4 in 2016, experts say this time around the court will likely deal a blow to organized labor and strike down decades-old precedent allowing unions to collect such fees.   

Justice Antonin Scalia was poised to cast the deciding vote to toss the court's 1977 ruling that let unions extract such fees even from non-members in a similar case before his death last year, experts say....

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