In this episode, we take an in-depth look at what an unfair labor practice is, why non-union employers need to be wary of these federal law violations, and how to avoid running afoul of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). We will also discuss National Labor Relations Board (Board) General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo’s recent guidance regarding the types of remedies available when an unfair labor practice occurs.

Join us to listen to the latest episode in our series, “The Biden Administration: Expected Changes at the NLRB.”  Alternatively, a short summary of the topics covered in the podcast is also available on our website.

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Photo of Tom Godar Tom Godar

Tom advises employers on issues such as wage and hour claims, discrimination claims, confidentiality and noncompete agreements, independent contractor relationships, recruiting and retention, policy development, training and discipline. He represents clients before the National Labor Relations Board, the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission, and

Tom advises employers on issues such as wage and hour claims, discrimination claims, confidentiality and noncompete agreements, independent contractor relationships, recruiting and retention, policy development, training and discipline. He represents clients before the National Labor Relations Board, the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission, and other state and federal administrative agencies.

Photo of Sonni Fort Nolan Sonni Fort Nolan

Sonni advises companies on general business strategy and commercial litigation, as well as employment discrimination matters before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), related state agencies and before state and federal courts. In addition, she represents employers regarding numerous regulatory issues, wage and…

Sonni advises companies on general business strategy and commercial litigation, as well as employment discrimination matters before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), related state agencies and before state and federal courts. In addition, she represents employers regarding numerous regulatory issues, wage and hour laws, restrictive covenant agreements, reductions in force, and public policy discharge matters.

Photo of Kat Pearlstone Kat Pearlstone

Clients look to Kat for answers when catastrophe strikes. An assertive advocate, Kat represents clients in a variety of matters, including discrimination and retaliation claims, wage and hour disputes, and other employment-related conflicts.