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The Boeing Company, Part II, The Employer Strikes Back

Last week, we discussed the NLRB’s old approach to analyzing work rules, and how the Board was often getting stuck on work rules that would possibly be interpreted by employees as restrictions on Section 7 rights under the NLRA.  For …

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The NLRB Considers the Employer’s Perspective!

As part of this three-part series, the Wiley Law Office will discuss a major change that took place recently at the National Labor Relations Board in how it evaluates employer work rules and whether they “chill” employee speech in regard …

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Another High-Profile Police Termination Reversed

In another case that seems ripe for appeal to District Court, an arbitrator reversed the City of Duluth’s decision to terminate an officer following the arbitrator’s finding that the officer used of excessive force and failed to report that use …

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Two Big Happenings Affecting Public Labor in Minnesota

The Wiley Law Office has been informed that, as expected, the Minnesota Supreme Court has granted review of the Court of Appeals’s decision in City of Richfield v. Law Enforcement Labor Services, Inc.  As we rarely see cases having to …

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Presenting Costs at the Bargaining Table

Whether you are a traditional quid pro quo negotiator or working in interest-based bargaining, costs are always going to be a consideration when getting a deal.  If a negotiator is able to demonstrate how little an employer proposal will change …

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