General Labor Law News & Updates

In a hotly contested case, the NLRB regional director for the region covering most of New England has found that Basketball Players at Dartmouth are the university’s “employees” under the

Continue Reading NLRB Official Finds Dartmouth Basketball Players are “Employees” and Authorizes a Union Vote

The U.S. Supreme Court recently decided in Glacier Northwest, Inc. v. Int’l Bhd. of Teamsters Local Union No. 174, No. 21-1449 (June 1, 2023), that the National Labor Relations Act

Continue Reading U.S. Supreme Court Makes It Easier to Sue Unions for Property Destruction

Jennifer Abruzzo, the General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), has called for non-compete agreements to be curtailed on a nationwide basis for a large swath of employees.

Continue Reading NLRB General Counsel on Non-Competes: Most Violate the NLRA, Should Be Avoided

The National Labor Relations Board issued another ground-breaking decision on February 21, 2023, ruling that confidentiality and nondisparagement agreements commonly included in employment severance agreements may be deemed unlawful under

Continue Reading NLRB Says No to Confidentiality, Nondisparagement Provisions in Severance Agreements

For a second time in recent weeks, the National Labor Relations Board has chosen to bolster unions’ rights at employers’ expense. On September 30, 2022, in Valley Hospital Medical Center

Continue Reading NLRB Hands Unions Another Win; Requires Employers to Maintain Dues Checkoff Following Contract Expiration