Declining to decide whether organized labor must abandon the neutrality agreement as an organizing tool, the U.S. Supreme Court has dismissed as “improvidently granted” a union petition for review in UNITE HERE Local 355 v. Mulhall et al., No. 12-99 (Dec. 10, 2013). The action came in a per curiam order only after the parties had briefed the case and the Court had heard oral argument.  For more on this development, see  U.S. Supreme Court Decides Not to Review Union-Neutrality Case After All.