Right to Work Foundation attorneys argued purported recess appointments were invalid because Senate was not in recess
Washington, DC – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on Friday struck down President Barack Obama’s controversial purported “recess appointments” to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys filed an amicus curiae brief jointly with the Landmark Legal Foundation in the case, Noel Canning v. NLRB. Continue reading →
Union bosses seek to uphold discriminatory system in awarding public contracts
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Cincinnati, OH – Staff attorneys from the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation have filed a brief in support of a Michigan law prohibiting state and local government agencies from imposing so-called “project labor agreements” (PLAs) that require unionized workers for public projects.Foundation staff attorneys filed the amicus curiae (“friend of the court”) brief yesterday in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit located in Cincinnati. Continue reading →
Union lawyers seek to shut workers out of the proceedings
Hammond, IN – A group of Indiana workers from across the state filed a motion this week for leave to file an amicusbrief in federal court in support of their newly-enacted Right to Work freedoms Continue reading →
National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation staff attorneys provide free legal aid to workers defending law that ends union boss forced dues powers
Mark Mix, Pres., National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation. Image credit: NRTW
Hammond, IN– In response to union bosses’ federal lawsuit against Indiana’s popular Right to Work law, a group of Indiana workers from across the state are filing an amicus brief in support of their newly-enacted Right to Work freedoms.
With free legal assistance from the National Right to Work Foundation, the four workers – David Bercot, a certified wastewater operator for ITR Concession Company which services Indiana toll road rest stops in the Fort Wayne-area; Joel Tibbetts, a Minteq International assistant manager in Valparaiso; Douglas Richards, an employee with Goshen-based Cequent Towing Products; and Larry Getts, a Dana Holding Corporation tube press technician in Albion – all joined in the brief defending the law. Continue reading →
National Right to Work Foundation fights Labor Board’s decision to promote monopoly unionism in virtually every workplace in America
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Washington, D.C. – A federal judge has upheld the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) power to enforce its controversial new rule requiring virtually every employer in the country to post biased information about employee rights online and in the workplace, even if they’ve never committed a violation or been accused of unfair labor practices.
The judge ruled that, if an employer fails to post the notice, it can be found to have committed an unfair labor practice and Continue reading →
Union organizers enter into corrupt agreement with hospital to force healthcare workers into union ranks using coercive card check tactics
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Orange, California – A healthcare worker has filed federal charges against a major healthcare union and hospital officials for illegally rigging a union organizing “vote” and then forcing workers to accept an unwanted union in the workplace.
Union officials demand worker be fired for exercising Constitutionally protected right to refrain from full-dues-paying union membership
Regions Hospital, St. Paul, MN. Photo: Wikipedia
Saint Paul, Minnesota – A Regions Hospital switchboard operator filed a federal charge against a local union for threatening to fire her for exercising her right to refrain from full-dues-paying union membership.
With free legal assistance from the National Right to Work Foundation, Rebecca Holt recently filed the charges with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Continue reading →
Attorneys Argue Labor Board does not have legitimate quorum to hear pending cases
Washington, DC – National Right to Work Foundation attorneys filed motions on Monday with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to disqualify President Barack Obama’s recent purported recess appointees to the agency from participating in the Foundation’s six cases pending before the Board.