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NLRB GC Calls For Stronger Union Fee Disclosure Rule

Law360, Los Angeles (February 28, 2019, 9:41 PM EST) -- The National Labor Relations Board should overrule its precedent and require unions to provide more information to new hires covered by security clauses about how much less they’d have to pay in dues and fees if they choose not to be full-fledged union members, the agency’s top lawyer said in a memo detailing his newly-adopted stance.

NLRB General Counsel Peter Robb offered his positions in a Feb. 22 memo that was publicly released shortly after he spoke on the topic during a panel discussion Wednesday at an American Bar Association labor law conference in Santa Monica, California.

In the memo, Robb...

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