Court Enjoins “Persuader Rule”

In a major defeat for the Department of Labor (DOL) and its organized labor allies, a U.S. District Court in Texas has issued a nationwide injunction on the DOL’s so-called “persuader rule”.  The injunction prevents DOL from implementing any and all aspects of the rule pending a ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for…

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Federal Court Validates “Ambush Elections”

US District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson for the District of Columbia validated the NLRB “ambush election” rules in her decision last week on a challenge brought before the DC court by the business community.  Judge Jackson characterized the challenge as a disagreement with “choices made by the agency entrusted by Congress with broad discretion…

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IFA Injunction Tossed Out in Seattle Challenge

Speaking of lawsuits and court decisions, the lawsuit initiated last year by the International Franchise Association (IFA) in the wake of Seattle passing a new $15 minimum wage law suffered a major defeat when the US District Court in Seattle rejected all of the IFA arguments and refused to enjoin the law, which will take…

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