Labor Law

On March 3, 2022, President Biden signed the “Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act of 2021” into law.  The Act amends the Federal Arbitration Act by banning mandatory arbitration in sexual assault and sexual harassment cases, as well as those claiming...

The labor law pendulum is swinging back to the left.  This article provides an overview of recent and probable future changes to federal labor law under the Biden administration. Executive Orders President Biden is expected to use Executive Orders to further the aims of labor unions –...

MASUD LABOR LAW GROUP By: Kraig M. Schutter The labor law pendulum is swinging back to the left. This article provides an overview of recent and probable future changes to federal labor law under the Biden administration.  Executive Orders  President Biden is expected to use Executive Orders to further...

MASUD LABOR LAW GROUP By: Brian Boyd By no means is following the developments of the National Labor Relations Board (the Board) a spectator sport.  However, recent developments on the Board just might change that.  While the political makeup of the Board will generally dictate Board policy at a...

We previously reported on the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) completely outrageous and unreasonable attacks on commonplace work rules and, in truth, best human resource practices.  A recent case has shed light on just how truly absurd the NRLB’s rulings are and, further, leave the NLRB...

In December 2012, Governor Snyder signed legislation making Michigan the 24th state to implement Right to Work legislation.  The law became effective on March 28, 2013.  Collective bargaining agreements in effect prior to March 28, 2013 were exempt from the right to work legislation until the contracts...