CDF Webinar: Important NLRB/Traditional Labor Law Developments
As the Trump NLRB continues to move forward, they have been and are continuing to make changes to the rules and regulations for union-management relations, union organizing and other related issues. This forty-five minute webinar is designed to keep employers, attorneys, labor relations personnel and HR managers up to date on the latest key changes and where things are likely headed.
- Joint employment rulemaking by the Board
- NLRB GC John Ring’s proposal to make better use of rulemaking to change NLRB precedent
- NLRB position on gig workers as employees or independent contractors
- The NLRB opinion in Prime Healthcare Paradise Valley dictating whether mandatory arbitration provisions can prohibit employees from filing NLRB charges
- The new Johnson Controls NLRB decision making it easier for employers to withdraw recognition of unions as the bargaining agent
- Recent UMPC Presbyterian Hospital NLRB decision on solicitation and restricting union access to public spaces
- What to expect in 2020, when the NLRB is likely to only have 3 members, all Republican
Register today to reserve your seat at this informative webinar.
Mark S. Spring has over 25 years of experience handling labor and employment law matters throughout Northern California. Spring’s practice is focused on representation of management in union-management relations and handling litigation triggered…
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John R. Giovannone is a partner in the Los Angeles office where he represents employers in the full range of employment law matters, from single plaintiff to class-based wage/hour, contract, discrimination, harassment, and licensing litigation,…
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