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The “Persuader Rule,” Historical Underenforcement, U.S. Decline of Unions, and an International Prism

The “Persuader Rule,” Historical Underenforcement, U.S. Decline of Unions, And An International Prism. Publication of the Final “Persuader Rule ‘Advice’ Exemption and Instantaneous Litigation On March 24, 2016 the Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) of the Department of Labor (DOL) published its...
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Heat Waves & Interesting Times: Strieff, Female SCOTUS Justices, Lewis v. Epic, Congressional Sit-In….

  HEAT WAVES:  LIVING IN “INTERESTING TIMES” “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter”-Martin Luther King.  Speaking on things that matter, do Supreme Court women justices share different concerns than do the majority male justices?...
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Landmark EEOC Suits Allege Sexual Orientation Discrimination As Sex Discrimination Under Title VII

The EEOC announced in a press release today the filing of its first two suits challenging sexual orientation discrimination as sex discrimination.  One, on behalf of Dale Baxley, was filed in the Western District of Pennsylvania against Scott Medical Health Center, and...
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