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1 Labor Law and Labor Relations –
2 3 recent FLRA decisions that may shift collective bargaining negotiations
3 Immigration judges union decertified in FLRA ruling
4 What Happens Next in Federal Labor Relations Under a New President?
5 9th Circ. Says Federal Law Governs Union Trusteeship Suit
6 Federal Workers Can Quit Unions More Easily Under Final Rule (1)
7 FLRA Defends Rule Allowing Feds To Exit Unions More Easily
8 Impasses Panel, Union Debate Appellate Court Decision's Impact on Appointments Challenge
9 NTEU looks for a 'fresh start' for federal employees under Biden
10 FLRA to decertify union representing DOJ immigration judges
11 NLRB Is Refusing to Bargain in Good Faith with Its Own Union?
12 Who Decides What is An Effective and Efficient Government?
13 Biden Revokes EO Damaging Federal Employee Unions
14 Unions Dispute Government's Latest Effort to Dismiss Impasse Panel Challenges
15 New FLRA Chair Vows to Restore Pre-Trump Labor Precedent
16 Federal Labor Authority Restores Dispute Resolution Office
17 Shaw's Can't Escape Drivers' Wage Suit Yet, Judge Says
18 Labor Authority: Unions Can't Do 'Grassroots' Lobbying on Official Time
19 Labor Authority Abandons Decades of Precedent, Eviscerates Union Bargaining Rights
20 FLRA to make it easier for employees to cancel federal union dues
21 Union wins court case on bargaining rules
22 What Could Collaborative Labor Management Relations Look Like in the New Administration?
23 FLRA pushes ahead with union dues rule
24 Uncertain fate lies ahead for DoD collective bargaining with Trump memo
25 Despite recent decisions, FLRA chairman insists no ‘anti-union bias’
26 Federal Labor Relations Authority
27 Arbitrator Finds Trump Workforce Orders Violate Law
28 Do We Really Need Formal Discussions? –
29 Will There Be a Return to Pre-Decisional Involvement in a New Administration?
30 Biden Administration to Replace Impasse Panel Members
31 FLRA contemplates new policy clarifying how agencies should handle 'expired' bargaining agreements
32 Biden Repeals Executive Orders, Heeds Kilmer's Call to Restore Collective Bargaining Power and Worker Protections
33 Arbitrator: Social Security Violated Labor Law Again in Dealings With Administrative Law Judge Union
34 Agencies Cleared to Apply Trump's Orders on Federal Labor Relations
35 Why is it Called the 'Weingarten Right?” It all Comes Down to Chicken
36 Executive Order on the Revocation of Certain Presidential Actions
37 Union Leaders Report Slow Movement to Implement Biden Workforce Order
38 VA Union Calls Management Proposals Illegal as Impasses Panel Legal Challenge Advances
39 Court Stresses Role That Law Gives Unions in Federal Workplace
40 EEOC Cancels Official Time for Union Reps Across Government
41 Zipper Clauses and Federal Employee Unions –
42 The Swing Of The Pendulum
43 Is It Too Hard To Fire Federal Employees?
44 VA Asks for Broader Definition of Management in What Union Fears Is an Effort to Purge Members
45 White House Memo Could End Unionization at the Pentagon
46 FLRA Overturns Its Own Regional Director, Busts Immigration Judges' Union
47 SSA judges sue Impasses Panel
48 AFGE seeks immediate relief in court over ongoing lawsuit against the impasses panel
49 EEOC cancels official time for union reps in discrimination complaints
50 EEOC Approves Restricting Time for Federal Unions
51 The Fine Print of Biden's Directive Rescinding Trump-Era Workforce Orders
52 Unions need to seize the moment
53 House Dems call on AG nominee to protect immigration judges' union
54 Labor Relations Authority Chairwoman Decertifies Agency's Own Union
55 AFGE Pushes for Workforce Protections in Defense Policy Bill Negotiations
56 Labor Authority General Counsel Nominee Vows Impartiality, But Unions Cry Foul
57 Illinois Court Decision Holds LMRA Preempts Employee BIPA Claims
58 Is This the End of Face to Face Bargaining?
59 EEOC Plans to Curb 'Official Time' for Union Reps Who Aid in Complaint Process
60 FLRA Sets Sights on Official Time for 'Lobbying Activities'
61 Labor Authority Moves Forward With Plan to Make It Easier for Feds to Cancel Union Dues
62 OPM recommends paid parental leave corrections, new employee benefits in 2021 budget
63 Zipper Clauses, Unions and Lawsuits –
64 Will DoD Restrict Unions for National Security Reasons?
65 USDA, Staff Union Dispute Is Latest Among Federal Agencies
66 Latest AFGE lawsuit questions legality of impasses panel, decision on SSA collective bargaining
67 Union calls for defense spending bill to boost civilian workforce
68 Unions Are Democratically Organized, Corporations Are Not
69 Shorts Scare Could Mark New Front in Federal Labor-Management Conflict
70 Workplace Changes in Store under the Biden Administration
71 Executive Order Disbands National Council on Federal Labor-Management Relations
72 Union, Trump Administration Trade Barbs in Impasse Panel Lawsuit Hearing
73 Labor Authority Formally Proposes Rule Making It Easier for Feds to Cancel Union Dues
74 Back to Pro-Labor: What Employers Can Expect From a Biden Presidency: Part II, Labor Relations Edition
75 Will It Be Harder to Fire a Federal Employee Under a Biden Administration?
76 The Biden Executive Order and Section 7106 (b) (1) Bargaining
77 'Stunning' Executive Order Would Politicize Civil Service
78 Labor Relations 101 For Dealerships: An 8-Step Plan To Protect Your Organization
79 NLRB Rulings Tip Balance Toward Management Coping With Contagion
80 COVID-19 Work Stoppages Protesting Safety: NLRA, LMRA, OSHA Laws
81 Reducing Official Time for Unions in EEO
82 VA's collective bargaining proposals spark concern from nearly 130 lawmakers
83 2020 Election Shifts in Labor & Employment Law
84 Court Delivers Blow to Federal Unions Fighting Trump's Workforce Orders
85 House-passed NDAA expands paid leave benefit to excluded feds
86 Legal Notices, April 16, 2021
87 Cal OSHA COVID Citations May Provide Leverage to Unions
88 Federal Collective Bargaining Law Preempts BIPA
89 AFGE union and Federal Service Impasses Panel: Politics or policy?
90 Trump Effort to Weaken Union Lawsuit Could Be Unlawful
91 EEOC Proposes Rule to Change Union 'Official Time' Policy
92 Despite court decision, unions still feel impacts of Trump’s workforce executive orders
93 Sweeping Labor Reform Passed With Significant, Uncertain Future
94 Digging into the history of "Right-to-Work" as Tennessee considers new amendment
95 Three Very Recent FLRA Decisions with Important Holdings
96 Labor Law: PRO Act, NLRB GC Nominee & More
97 The Fine Print of Trump's Collective Bargaining Executive Order
98 Suit Against Student Loan Trusts Dismissed
99 Labor Law Updates for August 2020
100 Amicus eComp Consultants Urges Supreme Court to Deem PTAB APJs 'Inferior' Officers in Arthrex