A Midyear Summary Of Labor Law Developments: Part 1

Law360, New York (August 7, 2015, 11:21 AM EDT) -- Richard B. Hankins

Seth H. Borden Throughout 2015, the National Labor Relations Board has continued to advance its ambitious agenda, checked only by Congress and the courts. Drastic new NLRB election rules to facilitate union organizing, the prosecution of new doctrines to reverse decades of precedent and game-changing regulatory proposals from the U.S. Department of Labor all continue to unfold. Against this backdrop, we submit this midyear summary of the most important labor law issues to watch as we head into the last five months of another active year in labor-management relations.

1. Will Courts Continue to Uphold the NLRB's Union...

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