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Supreme Court Rules Home Health Care Workers in Illinois Not Required to Pay Nonmember Union Fees

In a significant blow to efforts to unionize health care workers who are privately employed by the aged, ill and/or frail in their homes, the U.S. Supreme Court has struck down an Illinois statute requiring these home-based personal care providers to financially support a union that has a collective bargaining agreement with the State on… Continue Reading

UNION NEUTRALITY AGREEMENTS TO BE SCRUTINIZED IF CERTIORARI GRANTED IN FLORIDA CASE

The U.S. Supreme Court has been asked to decide whether a neutrality agreement between a Florida greyhound track and a union improperly delivered a “thing of value” in violation of the Labor Management Relations Act. Traditionally, when a union has sought to organize the employees of an employer and the employer decided it wanted to… Continue Reading