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/ Members-Only Machinations

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Sean P. Redmond 10/10/14

/ Common Sense from California

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By Glenn Spencer, 9/30/2014

/ The Domino’s Effect

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By Sean P. Redmond  9/19/14

/ “Joint Employer” Meddling Gets Well-Deserved Scrutiny

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By Sean P. Redmond  9/15/14

The U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions last week held a hearing to examine the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) apparent effort to upend 30 years of settled policy in order to expand the definition of a “joint employer.”  This latest initiative represents yet another attempt by the Board to accede to union demands to facilitate organizing campaigns, particularly in the fast food industry. 

/ Street Theater Thursday

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By Sean P. Redmond 9/5/14

/ Doubling Down on "D.R. Horton"

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By Sean P. Redmond  8/8/14

/ Bergdorf Goodman: A Pyrrhic Victory?

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By Sean P. Redmond 8/1/14

/ NLRB Redefines ‘Joint Employer’

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By Sean P. Redmond 7/30/14

/ Mischief at Macy's

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By Sean P. Redmond  7/24/14

/ The NLRB’s Proprietary Poppycock

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By Sean P. Redmond 7/18/14

A case currently before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) could have a significant impact on manufacturers whose workplace rules seek to prevent the unauthorized disclosure of intellectual property.