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Alleged Sexual Predators Don’t Need Letters Of Support

Huffington Post

When influential players in a workplace openly side with the accused, it becomes difficult for other employees with relevant information or other harassment allegations to come forward. “’You think, ‘Wow, 65 of my peers are going to hold that against me or think I’m lying,’” said Brantner. “It really sends a strong message about the futility of speaking out.”

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Federal court deals a blow to Uber, Lyft drivers trying to unionize in Seattle

Kiley Kroh

The Freedom to Join

Kenneth Quinnell and Robert Struckman

I Work with Mark Janus. Here’s How He Benefits from a Strong Union.

Donnie Killen

New Survey Shows Sexual Harassment a Pervasive Problem for Flight Attendants

Kenneth Quinnell

Full of Surprises: OSHA Spring Regulatory Agenda Released

Jordan Barab

In the Courts more

Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America v. City of Seattle

Reversing a district court dismissal of claims that an ordinance authorizing collective bargaining between driver coordinators like Uber and Lyft violates and is preempted by the Sherman Antitrust Act because the act sanctions price fixing by private cartels of independent contractor drivers but affirming the dismissal of claims that the ordinance was preempted by the National Labor Relations Act and remanding for further proceedings.

DWA Holdings, LLC v. US

Reversing and remanding a US Court of Federal Claims summary judgment ruling that a company's overseas earnings did not entitle them to transitional benefits under the American Jobs Creation Act because their holding that the law only provided transitional relief for income earned between 2006 and 2006 was incorrect.

May 16, 2018

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