Vorys on Labor

Vorys on Labor

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Tag Archives: Elizabeth Warren

Unionization in Unusual Places: Political Campaigns

Posted in Union Organizing
If you think unions only organize manufacturing plants and construction sites, think again. With the 2020 election year in full swing, unions continue to form among Democratic political campaign staffers.  These political staffers are using their party’s pro-union stance as an opportunity to unionize their own campaigns. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I) became the first presidential… Continue Reading

New Developments on the Joint Employer Standard

Posted in NLRB, Rulemaking
The NLRB intends to publish a notice of proposed rulemaking on the joint employer issue sometime this summer.  The NLRB had previously announced its intent to consider rulemaking on this issue, and our prior post on the subject explains in detail the background of the issue for those who are unfamiliar. The disclosure came in… Continue Reading

Update on NLRB Vacancies

Posted in NLRB
As readers of this blog know, the Trump administration began its time in office with two vacancies on the NLRB.  After some delay, nominations were finally announced for these positions, and included William Emanuel, a management side labor lawyer for a large, national labor and employment law firm, and Marvin Kaplan, an attorney working for the Occupational… Continue Reading