This week, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) exercised its discretion to decline jurisdiction in a case involving Northwestern University scholarship football players.  The union representation petition filed by the College Athletes Players Association was dismissed.

Over 25 amici briefs were filed with the NLRB for consideration in this case.  Clearly, the potential unionization of

On December 16, 2014, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a decision reexamining two significant bodies of case law concerning collective bargaining rights.  First, it reviewed the standard used to determine when the Board should decline jurisdiction over faculty employed at religious colleges and universities, and also reevaluated the standard used to determine when

Most individuals and businesses at this time of year are more focused on the tax deadline that is quickly approaching next week, April 17th to be exact, than other deadlines which maybe on the horizon. Well, this month there is one other deadline which is quickly approaching for most employers, the requirement to post the

The facts in this case are quite unique. Twenty non-union employees of Hmong or Spanish descent were terminated when they refused to sign away their rights under the NLRA by signing up for Supply Technologies LLC’s new Total Management System. The Total Management System (TSM) created an internal process for comprehensive grievance resolution. The