Does an agreement between an employer and union setting amicable ground rules for a union organizing campaign violate the federal labor anti-bribery statute?
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether an agreement between an employer and union setting amicable ground rules for a union organizing campaign violates the federal labor anti-bribery statute.
Federal labor law does not preempt a disability discrimination claim filed by a UPS worker suffering from a serious back injury, the 6th Circuit has ruled in reversing a dismissal.
An employer engaged in sex discrimination when it conditioned a female truck driver’s continued employment on her undergoing an independent medical examination for a gynecological condition, Maryland’s highest court has ruled in affirming a $645,000 jury verdict.
Federal labor law governing the transportation industry does not completely preempt an airline employee’s state-law retaliation claim, the 7th Circuit has ruled in ordering a remand to state court.