February 12, 2020 Archive

2014 Meeting Papers

Materials presented at the 2014 Committee on Development of the Law Under the NLRA Midwinter Meeting open in separate windows as Adobe Acrobat(TM) documents.

The Terrible Truth About the Proposed Persuader Regulations: Political Self-Interest is Opposed by the Bar and Society Alike
W. Jonathan Martin II

Persuader Rules: Requiring the Middlemen to Come Out from the Shadows
Terrance B. McGann

The New Persuader Rules: Potential Ethical Conundrum or Long Overdue Transparency?
W. Jonathan Martin II & Terrance B. McGann

Off-Duty Organizing in Interior Areas: What Part of Republic Aviation Don’t You Understand?
Michael T. Anderson

The Evolving Standards for Off-Duty Employee Access to an Employer’s Property for Protected Activity
Grant T. Pecor & Kurt Graham

Application of Specialty Healthcare: How Small Can You Go?
A. John Harper III

Application of Specialty Healthcare: How Small Can You Go?
Christopher T. Hexter

What Is It Worth To You?
Michael Colgan Harrington

The Dispute Over Neutrality Agreements in UNITE HERE Local 355 v. Mulhall: Much Ado About Nothing?
Jonathan Harris

Significant ULP Cases in 2013
Barry J. Kearney

Developments of the Law Under the National Labor Relations Act: Selected Court Decisions in NLRB Cases in 2013 | Enforcement Litigation Review
John H. Ferguson

A Review of Developments in NLRB Representation Case Law During 2013
John E. Higgins, Jr.

A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing? Work Rules as Employer Attempts to Chill Section 7 Rights
Brian T. Arnault

Fettering the Ability of Employers to Craft and Enforce Rules in Compliance with Obligations Other than Section 7
Aurora V. Kaiser

Employer Claims and Union Financial Information Requests at the Bargaining Table
Ellen M. Kelman

That Old Black Magic Got Me Spinning and Spinning and Spinning: Should the NLRB Change the “Magic Words” Analysis of Good Faith as Applied to Employer’s Duty to Furnish Information in Bargaining?
Mark S. Mathison

Noel Canning, Originalism, and the Elephant in the Room
Michael Fischl