The United States Department of Labor issued regulations earlier this year finalizing the “Persuader Rule.” Under the new Rule, employers and consultants (including lawyers) would be required to report labor relations advice and services under the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act’s “persuader activity” regulations when such advice and services are offered in the context of

An appeals court recently reinstated the four game suspension issued to Tom Brady by the National Football League. The Patriots quarterback previously had his four game suspension reversed by the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, but in a 2 to 1 decision, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals overturned

To mark the 80th birthday of the National Labor Relations Act, the National Labor Relations Board apparently decided to make history in 2015. The Board did just that,  issuing several ground breaking decisions, and in the process addressed facts and circumstances that could not possibly have been contemplated in 1935. The ramifications of the Board’s

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf recently signed a bill into law amending the Pennsylvania Crimes Code. The law eliminates the “union intimidation” loophole and removes certain exceptions that had applied to crimes committed during the course of or in connection with a labor dispute.

Sections 2709(e), 2709.1(e), and 2715 (c.2) of the Crimes Code deal with

This week would have marked the return of Tom Brady, had his four game suspension not been reversed by the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.  Much ink has been spilled over Brady’s suspension for his [alleged] involvement in using deflated footballs and the subsequent cover up, and Brady’s appeal