NLRB Regional Director Rules Dartmouth College Basketballs Are Employees, Setting Up Potential Landmark Board Case

On February 5, 2024, a regional director for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in Boston ruled that men’s college basketball players at Dartmouth College are “employees” within the meaning of the... Read more »

What To Expect As 5th Circ. Mulls Broader NLRB Remedies

Alex MacDonald explains the key questions in the first test of a National Labor Relations Board ruling that threatens to make employers pay more to workers whose rights they violate. Law360 Employment... Read more »
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NLRB Regional Director Rules Dartmouth Basketball Players Are Employees, Setting Up Potential Landmark Board Case

On February 5, 2024, a regional director for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in Boston ruled that men’s college basketball players at Dartmouth College are “employees” within the meaning of the... Read more »

Labor & Employment Practice Group Partners Author NLRB Non-compete Clauses Article

Labor & Employment Practice Group partners Joe Lavigne and Tom Hubert authored the Hotel Management article “NLRB strengthens its position against (most) non-compete clauses” published on October 19, 2023. The article covers... Read more »

NLRB Dress Code Decision Overturned in 5th Circuit

As we previously reported here, the National Labor Relations Board (the “Board”) upended years of settled law in Tesla, Inc., 370 NLRB No. 131 (2022), when it held that employers cannot restrict employees from... Read more »

The NLRB Changes the Rules: The CEMEX Decision

CEMEX CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS PACIFIC, LLC In August of this year, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) issued a seminal decision in Cemex Construction Materials Pacific, LLC, 372 NLRB No. 130 (2023), in... Read more »

NCAA Proposes Classifying Certain NCAA Student Athletes as Employees

Topics: Union-Management Relations The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has been pushing hard to turn certain Division I college-level student-athletes into employees, at least for purposes of organizing and collective bargaining rights... Read more »

NLRB Extends Effective Date of Joint Employer Rule in Wake of Legal Challenges

The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) recently announced that the effective date of its new “joint employer” final rule will be postponed by two months as a result of several legal challenges... Read more »

NLRB and OSHA Enter Into Memorandum of Understanding to Share Information and Make Referrals

Quick Hits OSHA and the NLRB recently announced that the two agencies had agreed to establish a “process for information sharing and referrals, training, and outreach between the agencies.” The memorandum of... Read more »

ACLU Threatens To Tear Down Labor Rights For All In Bid To Escape Its Own Workplace Harassment Case

The ACLU does a lot of great, even essential work. That said, no organization gets to use its good works to avoid accountability for its bad. There’s a lot of turmoil over... Read more »

NLRB Expands Section 7 Protections to Include Advocacy for Non-Employees and Beyond

On August 31, 2023, the National Labor Relations Board issued its 3-1 decision in American Federation for Children, Inc. 372 NLRB No. 137, overturning Amnesty International, 368 NLRB No. 112 (2019), and... Read more »
NLRB Returns to Pre 2019 Union Election Standards

NLRB Returns to Pre 2019 Union Election Standards

  Related Practices & Jurisdictions   The National Labor Relations Board has issued a new rule that returns to pre-2019 union election standards. The primary impact is that workers will wait less... Read more »
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