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New NLRB Rules Could Signal Increased Unionization
New NLRB Rules Could Signal Increased Unionization

The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) recently proposed two significant changes to how it handles unionization efforts. One overturns years of precedent related to employers’ “captive audience” sessions and the other makes changes to when employers are bound to ...

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Blog posts in Legal Changes

  • The Impact of Restricting Mandatory Arbitration

    Employers who use arbitration agreements for their employees now face a new challenge: claims of sexual assault and sexual harassment can no longer be ...

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  • Illinois Employment Law Changes in 2022

    Each new year brings with it a fresh slate of additional laws and regulations. At the start of 2022, from the federal to the local level, numerous ...

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  • OSHA’s Vaccine Mandate Struck Down by Supreme Court, Now Withdrawn

    On January 13, 2022, The Supreme Court of the United States issued an opinion rejecting the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s Emergency ...

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  • 2021 Non-Compete Recap: What Illinois Businesses Need to Know

    In 2021, two significant events took place that impact Illinois businesses and involve non-compete agreements: Illinois passed a new law that reforms ...

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  • OSHA’s New Vaccine Rules Hang in the Balance, but Employers Should Still Develop a Plan

    The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published its expected Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) regarding vaccine mandates ...

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  • Businesses Respond to the Texas Abortion Law

    The U.S. Supreme Court recently denied an injunction to stay enforcement of Senate Bill 8 , the Texas law that bans abortion once a fetal “heartbeat” ...

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  • What Does the Federal Vaccine Mandate Mean for Your Business?

    President Biden recently announced a multi-step plan—dubbed the “Path Out of the Pandemic”—to help curb the resurgence of the coronavirus and increase ...

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  • New Changes to Non-Compete Law in D.C.

    Non-compete reform continues to be a hot topic across the U.S. In addition to President Biden’s recent Executive Order and changes to Illinois law , ...

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  • Should We Pay Student Athletes?

    The total athletics revenue reported among all National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) athletics departments in 2019 was $18.9 billion . ...

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