News From: Law

by Kris LaGrange | on Jan 31, 2020

Trump Accused of Rape

For most be people being impeached is enough for one week, but this week Trump was also accused of rape in court.

by Brian Young | on Jan 07, 2020

The Law Firm Looking to Profit from Janus

In the year and a half since the Janus decision, groups the National Right to Work Foundation have begun to file lawsuits around the country attempting to get back fair share dues that were paid...

by Guest Post | on Nov 26, 2019

The NLRB is a Hostile Work Environment

This post was written by the IBEW Media Department. The National Labor Relations Board’s own workers rallied Monday against management abuses affecting their union’s ability to...

by Kris LaGrange | on Nov 04, 2019

UAW President Steps Down

After months of investigations into UAW President Gary Jones has finally decided to step aside. In a message sent to the International Executive Board (IEB), Jones asked for and was granted a leave...

by Brian Young | on Oct 22, 2019

Hard Rock Collapse Lawsuits Filed

A little over a week after the Hard Rock Hotel collapse, lawyers have begun to file lawsuits against the developer and the contractor. The case, which is seeking class-action status, is being filed...

by Guest Post | on Jul 24, 2019

The AFT Sues Betsy DeVos

The AFT brought the student debt crisis to court Thursday, filing a lawsuit against Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and the Department of Education for gross mismanagement and out-and-out sabotage of...

by Brian Young | on Jul 12, 2019

Trump's Labor Guy is Out

On Friday, embattled Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta resigned. At a press conference announcing his resignation, Trump called Acosta "a great Labor secretary not a good one" and "a...

by Kris LaGrange | on Jun 27, 2018

Trump's Janus is Not the End, it's the Beginning

  We have been preparing for this day since November 9, 2016.   Teachers who are far removed from the process of why they enjoy a nice quality of life are having a blast on their...

by Kris LaGrange | on Jan 17, 2018

The NLRB Is Going to Suck Until 2020

After eight years of a labor-friendly National Labor Relations Board, the balance of power on the board is set to change with the appointment of business lawyer John Ring.

by Press and Media | on Jan 11, 2018

NYC PBA: Premature Release of Body Cams Violates Due Process

The NYPD has filed a lawsuit to stop the release of body cam video.

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