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1 Administrative Law Judges Union Accuses Social Security of Illegal Implementation of Contract
2 Appellate Court: FLRA Cannot Override Arbitrators Just Because It Disagrees With Them
3 Federal Employee Protection Agencies Clash Over When to Protect Federal Employees
4 DOJ loses bid to nix union for immigration judges
5 Immigration Judges Union Survives, For Now
6 National Weather Service Unlawfully Axed CBA, DC Circ. Says
7 FLRA decision could have broad impact on agency labor relations
8 USDA, Staff Union Dispute Is Latest Among Federal Agencies
9 Case: Labor Relations/Collective-Bargaining Agreements (DC Cir.)
10 FLRA finalizes rule allowing employees to more easily cancel federal union dues
11 FLRA pushes ahead with union dues rule
12 Immigration Judges Can Keep Union, Labor Panel Official Says
13 Appeals Court Strikes Down Labor Authority Decision That Limited Scope of Federal Union Bargaining
14 Labor Authority Formally Proposes Rule Making It Easier for Feds to Cancel Union Dues
15 FLRA contemplates new policy clarifying how agencies should handle ‘expired’ bargaining agreements
16 FLRA ruling changes union withholding rules
17 FLRA finalizes rule to allow feds to opt-out of paying union dues
18 Labor Authority Overturns Another Precedent Days After Court Rebuke
19 Court Stresses Deference FLRA Must Pay to Arbitrators
20 Labor Agency Changes Organizational Chart to Bolster Court Defense
21 FLRA Extends Comment Period on Proposed Regulations
22 FLRA to make it easier for employees to cancel federal union dues
23 FLRA Lets Feds Exit Unions More Easily, Citing Janus
24 Presidential Memorandum on the Delegation of Removal Authority Over the Federal Service Impasses Panel
25 FLRA Sets Sights on Official Time for 'Lobbying Activities'
26 Law360's Weekly Verdict: Legal Lions & Lambs
27 FLRA puts SSA judges' contract on hold
28 Labor Authority Beats Back Agency Efforts to Narrow Bargaining Obligations
29 Despite recent decisions, FLRA chairman insists no ‘anti-union bias’
30 National Right to Work Foundation Right to Work Foundation Files Comments Urging FLRA to Eliminate Restrictions on Federal Employees' Right to Cut Off Union Dues
31 FLRA allows federal workers to opt out of paying union dues at any time
32 Should Federal Union Officials Be Paid to Lobby Congress?
33 Labor Authority Investigator Finds EPA Violated Law with Unilateral Contract
34 Appeals Court Overrules Federal Labor Relations Authority on 15-Year-Long Union Dispute
35 Labor Authority Reverses Previous Decision, Stays Implementation of SSA Contract With Administrative Law Judges Union
36 Zipper Clauses, Unions and Lawsuits
37 277 Cases Awaiting General Counsel Confirmation
38 FLRA hears testimony in bid to decertify immigration judge union
39 Rent costs, caseloads prompt FLRA to close second regional office
40 Federal Labor Relations Authority
41 Feeling the Squeeze of Executive Orders
42 National Right to Work Foundation National Right to Work Foundation Urges FLRA to Enforce Federal Law Against Use of Taxpayer Money for Federal Union Lobbying
43 Federal Government Adopts Mackinac Center Recommendation on Worker Rights
44 VA Union Calls Management Proposals Illegal as Impasses Panel Legal Challenge Advances
45 Federal Employees and Union Dues
46 Federal Union Accuses FLRA of 'Unprecedented' Bias Against Labor
47 Labor Relations Authority Chairwoman Decertifies Agency's Own Union
48 VA Union Seeks Injunction Against Impasses Panel
49 Administrative Law Judges Union Asks Court to Intervene in Impasses Case
50 Labor Authority General Counsel Nominee Vows Impartiality, But Unions Cry Foul
51 Oversight Dems press FLRA chief on union, FEVS scores
52 Federal Labor Relations Authority Issues Landmark Bargaining Decision
53 GovExec Daily: FLRA Wants to Make it Easier For Feds to Cancel Union Dues
54 Video Technology at the FLRA
55 Union, Trump Administration Trade Barbs in Impasse Panel Lawsuit Hearing
56 Three Very Recent FLRA Decisions with Important Holdings
57 Labor board will take up DOJ's bid to dissolve immigration judges' union
58 Union says EPA refuses to renegotiate 'imposed' contract, despite push from federal regulators | TheHill
59 Trump Effort to Weaken Union Lawsuit Could Be Unlawful
60 Petition to Decertify Immigration Judges' Union to Get Hearing
61 Labor Panel Considers Lobbying Limits for Federal Worker Unions
62 More than 200 lawmakers urge EPA to negotiate new union contract | TheHill
63 Appeals court allows Trump EOs on labor relations to go into effect. What happens next?
64 Trump Administration Makes Its Case to Break Up Immigration Judges' Union
65 Case: Labor Relations/Bargaining Duty (DC Cir.)
66 NLRB Fights Arbitrator's Mandate to Reopen Health Unit
67 Union's complaint against Impasses Panel to go forward
68 No More Union at the FLRA
69 FLRA Proposes to Speed Up Negotiability Disputes
70 Trump administration wants FLRA to hear workforce order cases
71 Federal unions in a pickle
72 EPA, Union Reopen Negotiations After Agency Implements Unilateral Contract
73 Union Files Grievance Over VA's Refusal to Bargain
74 President Nominates FLRA General Counsel
75 Federal Employee Union Sues Impasses Panel, Calls Its Appointment 'Unlawful'
76 Trump Administration Looks to Decertify Vocal Federal Employee Union
77 Labor Authority Preliminarily Finds Social Security Illegally Intimidated Union Officials
78 Presidential candidate lays out plan to reshape federal workforce
79 Senate Panel Advances Key Labor Authority Nominee
80 Clinton Failed to Decertify the Immigration Judges' Union — Will Trump Succeed?
81 Administrative Law Judge Association Says Effort to Force Partial Contract Is 'Union Busting'
82 SSA didn't share key information with judges union, arbitrator finds
83 Bargaining roundup: Trends emerge as unions, agencies grapple with workforce EOs
84 HR Managers & Directors, Pay Very Careful Attention to This FLRA Decision!
85 Case: Labor Relations/Management Rights (DC Cir.)
86 Trump Agency Protecting Federal Unions Wants to Kill Its Own
87 It's Time to Reform Federal Labor Relations
88 At Trump's Federal Labor Police, Lights Are On But No One's Home
89 Appeals Court Revives Trump's Orders on Federal Labor Relations
90 FLRA Posts Training Materials Online
91 FLRA Seeks Briefs on Attorney's Fees Questions
92 Unions Say They Shouldn't Be Burdened with Complex Process They Created
93 FLRA Reverses Precedents Creating New Case Law
94 Court Affirms Agencies Don't Have to Negotiate Over Performance Appraisals
95 The Empty Chair at the Heart of the White House's War on Unions
96 Trump goes after federal worker unions, agency by agency
97 Trump Executive Orders Gain New Life
98 OPM Asks FLRA for Decision on Letting Folks Quit the Union Quickly
99 More Than 100 Lawmakers Urge HHS to Resume Bargaining with Union
100 1st Amendment and Union Dues