The National Labor Relations Board found that a union committed an unfair labor practice by repeatedly blocking ingress and egress to a hotel for periods of one to four minutes. The opinion provides details about the union’s picketing efforts as a part of an organizing campaign. The blockage occurred during at least ten separate occasions

As anticipated, the nationwide trend of enacting “right-to-work” (RTW) legislation has continued to grow – in the past few years alone, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, West Virginia, and Kentucky have joined the growing list of RTW states. In these states, and the approximately twenty others that have adopted RTW legislation, employers are prohibited from requiring employees

The Supreme Court this week heard oral arguments regarding the Mulhall case which was not your run-of-the-mill issue in the area of labor disputes.  In fact, the focus was just the opposite of a dispute: agreements whereby unions and employers agreed to terms under which a union would be able to organize an employer’s employees.