February 13, 2020

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LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS TRACK

A Conversation with the National Labor Relations Board General Counsel and Deputy General Counsel

Memorandum GC 15-02: Guideline Memorandum Concerning Deferral to Arbitral Awards, the Arbitral Process, and Grievance Settlements in Section 8(a)(1) and (3) cases
Richard F. Griffin, Jr.

Memorandum GC 15-03: Updated Procedures in Addressing Immigration Status Issues that Arise During Unfair Labor Practice Proceedings
Richard F. Griffin, Jr.

Memorandum GC 15- 04: Report of the General Counsel Concerning Employer Rules
Richard F. Griffin, Jr.

Memorandum GC 15-06: Guidance Memorandum on Representation Case Procedure Changes (Effective April 14, 2015)
Richard F. Griffin, Jr.

Memorandum GC 15-07: Modifying Interpretation of Section 102.117(b)(1) Regarding Redaction of Formal Documents Before the Opening of a NLRB Public Hearing or Forwarding to the Board on a Stipulated Record
Richard F. Griffin, Jr.

Memorandum GC 15-08: Guidance Memorandum on Electronic Signatures to Support a Showing of Interest
Richard F. Griffin, Jr.

A collection of memos and guidelines (large download)

A Dialogue with the National Labor Relations Board

Panel Discussion: Selected Cases of Significance
James W. Bucking and Judy Scott

Employee Monitoring and Surveillance

Presentation Outline: Employee Monitoring and Surveillance
Timothy T. Gardner, Jr.

Employee Surveillance and Collective Bargaining in the Public Sector: A Union Perspective
John R. Roche, Jr.

The NLRB's New Election Rules

Update on NLRB Representation Case Rule Changes
Jennifer Abruzzo

NLRB Update

Summaries of Significant Cases, Memoranda, and Rules: September 2014 through September 2015
Jonathan C. Fritts, Nicole Cuda PĂ©rez and Dennis P. Walsh

Non-Traditional Organizing

Non-Traditional Forms of Organizing
Leah Jaffe

Experiments with 'Non-Traditional' Bargaining
Erin Johansson

Northwestern, Pacific Lutheran and Changing Issues Facing Private Schools

Northwestern Football, Unionization Efforts, & the NLRB's Decision Not to Exercise Jurisdiction
Ellen J. Staurowsky

Northwestern University and College Athletes Players Association: Did the Board Get It Right? A Management Attorney's Perspective
David S. Durham

Northwestern University v. CAPA: Brief for Petitioner

Northwestern University v. CAPA: Reply Brief for Petitioner

Summary of Significant NLRB Representation Cases
Jennifer Abruzzo

Practice Before the NLRB Regions: A Discussion with the Regional Directors

National Labor Relations Board: Organization and Functions

Memorandum GC 14-01: Mandatory Submissions to Advice
Richard F. Griffin, Jr.

Memorandum GC 15-05: Report on the Midwinter Meeting of the ABA Practice and Procedure Committee of the Labor and Employment Law Section
Richard F. Griffin, Jr.

Memorandum GC 1S-OS: Guidance Memorandum on Electronic Signatures to Support a Showing of Interest
Richard F. Griffin, Jr.

Public Sector Basics

Moderator's Note
Peter R. Meyers

Interest Arbitration and Collective Bargaining in the Public Sector: A Brief History
Peter R. Meyers and Therese E. Zallar

Fact-Finding and Interest Arbitration Case Preparation and Presentation
Ronald Hoh

Public Sector Law Basics
D. Lynn Morison

Public Sector Basics Operating in a Statutory Environment
John H. Gretzinger

Public Sector Basics of Law: Public Employee Perspective
Anne B. Thomas

Railroads vs. Airlines: One Statute, But Two Different Approaches

Railroads vs. Airlines: One Statute, But Two Different Approaches
Kayden Howard, Carmen Parcelli and Carla Siegel

21st Century Employers: Franchisors, Subcontractors, Temporary Agencies, Joint Employers and Other Iterations of the Contingent Workforce

21st Century Employers: Franchisors, Subcontractors, Temporary Agencies, Joint Employers and Other Iterations of the Contingent Workforce
Susan K Garea, Willis J. Goldsmith and Peter Sung Ohr

What  You Should Know About Ombuds

Applying the Ombuds Role to Your Organization
Scott Deyo and Kevin Jessar

What Is Protected? Important Issues in Protected, Concerted Activity Cases

What Is Protected? Important Issues in Protected, Concerted Activity Cases
J. Lindsay Johnston, David E. Leach III, Emily R. Perez, Jon Meyer and Jennifer Platzkere Snyder

Litigation/Class Action

The Basics of Litigating Front Pay, Compensatory and Punitive Damages Claims

The Basics of Litigating Front Pay, Compensatory and Punitive Damages Claims: The Defense Perspective
Mark P. Grajski

The Basics of Litigating Front Pay, Compensatory and Punitive Damages Claims: Plaintiff's Perspective
Cynthia N. Sass

Class Discovery: Plaintiff and Defense Perspectives on Expanding and Limiting Discovery Regarding Unnamed Class Members

Class Discovery: Unnamed Class Members
Barbara Jean D'Aquila, Margaret Rudolph, Charles P. Yezbak, III, and Timothy M. Lee

Scott v. Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.

Cross-Border Litigation: The Practical and Legal Issues that Arise When Evidence Is Located Abroad or Even Just Across State Lines

Some Practical Guidance for Dealing with Evidentiary and Discovery in Cross-Border Litigation
Stephen B. Moldof

A Plaintiff Counsel's Guide to Navigating the Shoals of Cross-Border Discovery Under the Hague Convention
Amy F. Shuman and Robert B. Stulberg

How to Determine Which Jurisdiction's Employment Laws Reach Border-Crossing Staff
Donald C. Dowling Jr.

Discovery Abuse and Sanctions

Dealing with Abusive Deposition Tactics, Difficult Document Productions, and Intrusive Discovery Requests
Debra S. Katz and Grace E. Speights

Do We Really Need Experts in this Case and When Should We Hire Them?

Do We Really Need Experts in this Case and When Should We Hire Them?
Lynne Bernabei and Alan R. Kabat

Why, How and What Now? Getting Your Expert Testimony Admitted
Michael A. Robbins and Julie B. Yanow

Supplemental Authorities re: Admissibility of Expert HR Testimony
Michael A. Robbins

Does the Government Make the Rules? How Much Deference Should be Given to Government Rulemaking and Opinions

Deference to EEOC Rulemaking and Sub-regulatory Guidance: A Flip of the Coin?
Eric Dreiband and Blake Pulliam

Does the Government Make the Rules? How Much Deference Should be Given to Government Rulemaking and Opinions? The Experience of the National Labor Relations Board
John H. Ferguson

Ethics Issues in Litigating Cases Involving Low Wage Workers

Ethics Issues in Litigating Cases Involving Low Wage Workers
Nicole Horberg Decter, Paige McKissock, Sara Faulman, Esther Lander and Vincent Alexander

Ethics Issues in Litigating Cases for Low Wage Workers: A Perspective from a Regional Attorney, US EEOC
Robert A. Canino

Expert Witness Depositions: A How-To Guide

Expert Witness Depositions: A How To Guide
Daniel L. Bonnett, Kathryn Burkett Dickson, Dr. Bernand Siskin and Julie A. Totten

The Interplay between Rule 23(c)(4) and the Other Provisions of Rule 23, Including Damages Issues at the Certification Stage

Issues Certification in Employment Class Actions: Rule 23(c)(4) Provides a Useful Procedural Device
James M. Finberg and Kelly M. Dermody

Class Certification in Employment Litigation Under Federal Rule 23(c)(4) After Dukes and Comcast
Alan S. King and Maria L. H. Lewis

Receding Predominance: How Federal Courts Are Misinterpreting Rule 23 and What the Supreme Court Might Do About It
Richard L. Alfred and Jessica S. Lieberman

Litigating Cases Brought by the Government

Handling Cases Brought by the EEOC--Defense Counsel's View on Popular Investigation Issues and Strategy Considerations for Cases Large and Small
Edward S. Schenk III and Reba M. Mendoza

Making it Count: Effective Oral Advocacy

Making It Count: Effective Pre-Trial Oral Advocacy: Top Ten Oral Advocacy Mistakes
Maureen Binetti, Sean R. Gallagher, Yona Rozen and Gwen Roseman Stern