Spotlight on the NLRB – 2023 Popular Reads on JD Supra | Beacon Insights by JD Supra

For your interest, here is a recap of some of the most widely read NLRB-focused updates, analysis, and commentary published on JD Supra throughout 2023.

  1. Agency Updates Employers Need to Know – by Amy Patton and Connor Kridle at Payne & Fears
  2. The NLRB’s CEMEX Decision Provides Unions a Path to Becoming Employees’ Exclusive Representative Without a Guaranteed Election – by Liesel Carmen-Burks and Keith Mier at Butler Snow
  3. New NLRB Ruling in T-Mobile, Inc. Takes Aim at Employee Action Committees – by Ryan Smith and Michael Frantz at Frantz Ward
  4. NLRB Takes Aim at Employers that Classify Workers as Independent Contractors – by Tyler Roth and Christopher Nickels at Quarles & Brady
  5. Court’s Bench-slap of NLRB Whipsaws Employers, Unions, Arbitration, & Even the First Amendment – by John Doran at Sherman & Howard
  6. ALL EMPLOYERS BEWARE: Previously Lawful Employer Rules May Now Violate the NLRA Even in Non-Unionized Workplaces – by Mark Jeffries and John Merinar Jr. at Steptoe & Johnson
  7. Federal Government Continues Assault on Non-Compete Agreements – by Jeremy Farrell at Tucker Arensberg
  8. NLRB Returns to Liberalized Section 7 Protection for Workplace Misconduct Incidents – by Crystal Carey, John Ring, Harry Johnson, III, and David Broderdorf at Morgan Lewis
  9. #WorkforceWednesday: NLRB Unfair Labor Practice Charges Surge, NYC Prohibits Size Discrimination, FL Expands E-Verify Requirements – Employment Law This Week® – by George Carroll Whipple, III at Epstein Becker & Green
  10. NLRB Gives Organized Labor An Easier Path To Unionization – by Brian Kelly at Frantz Ward
  11. Recent Decisions by the NLRB: Harsher Penalties for Employers Who Repeatedly Violate Labor Law, More Leniency for Worker Outbursts during Labor Action – by Tracey Truesdale, Jenny Lee, and Michael Warner Jr. at Franczek
  12. NLRB Imposes Stricter Independent Contractor Test on Employers – by Taylor Arluck and Michael Pavlick at K&L Gates
  13. Non-Competes with Rank and File Employees Targeted by NLRB – by Patrick McGovern and Harris Freier at Genova Burns


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