Topics Collective Bargaining California Court of Appeal Upholds Construction Industry CBA Exemption from PAGAAlabama Court Temporarily Enjoins All Picketing in Mine Workers StrikeD.C. Circuit Flips NLRB; Employer’s Alleged ‘Baseless’ Statements of Opinion Lawful DOL Teamsters Union Lost Most Members in 20 Years in 2019Unions Must Publicly Report More Financial InformationDOL Chief Nominee Acosta’s Hearing Scheduled for March22 Executive Orders President Biden Moved Quickly to Re-Direct NLRB in First 100 DaysSenate Votes to Disapprove Obama-Era Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive OrderPuzder Chosen to Head DOL: Many Changes Expected LMDRA R. Alexander Acosta Picked to Head Department of LaborDOL Chief Nominee Puzder WithdrawsWhat’s Next in Labor Law? LMRA U.S. Supreme Court Decides Not to Review Union-Neutrality Case After All NLRA NLRB General Counsel Memo on Electronic Monitoring of EmployeesTop Five Labor Law Developments for September 2022Labor Day 2022 Shows Union Activity at Highest Level in Decades NLRB NLRB General Counsel Memo on Electronic Monitoring of EmployeesWhat Manufacturing and Other Employers Can Expect From Biden National Labor Relations BoardLabor Day 2022 Shows Union Activity at Highest Level in Decades On The Hill Build Back Better Act Update: Committee Releases Labor Provisions for Inclusion in Senate VoteBuild Back Better Reconciliation Bill Includes Heavy New Penalties for Employer Violations of NLRARecent Senate Confirmations Cement Democrat Control of NLRB OSHA Puzder Chosen to Head DOL: Many Changes ExpectedNLRB and Department of Labor: One Hand Washes the Other to Promote Cross-Filed ComplaintsOSHA and NLRB Update Referral Agreement Right-To-Work Congressional Democrats Advance Pro-Labor Initiatives with Reintroduction of the PRO ActBargaining Power Restored: NLRB Holds Dues Checkoff Ends at Contract ExpirationSeventh Circuit Declines to Award Damages to Victorious Janus Plaintiff Uncategorized NLRB Reminds Employers Importance of Applying Consistent Discipline Policies in WorkplaceLabor Board Orders Business to Reopen; D.C. Circuit Says Not So FastNLRB Finds Aggressive Bargaining Proposals Not Unlawful Unions and Organizing Top Five Labor Law Developments for August 2022Third Time the Charm? NLRB to Revisit Rights of Contractor Employee Access to Employer PropertyNLRB Refuses to Deflate 'Scabby the Rat'