Modern Labor Law in the Private and Public Sectors: Cases and Materials
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This casebook adopts a truly modern approach to labor law in the United States, introducing students to the subject as it is practiced today. It is built around two important trends: the shift of union density from the private sector to the public sector and the growth of organizing outside the NLRA process. The third edition adds a new coauthor: Richard F. Griffin, Jr., who served as the NLRB’s General Counsel under President Obama. It also includes the numerous changes in private-sector labor law made by the NLRB under President Trump, Janus v. AFSCME, and more.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 THE HISTORY OF PUBLIC- AND PRIVATE-SECTOR LABOR LAW: UNIONS BEFORE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING STATUTES AND BEYOND
Chapter 2 LABOR LAW'S SUBJECTS: "EMPLOYEES" AND "EMPLOYERS"
Chapter 3 UNION ORGANIZING AND EMPLOYER SPEECH
Chapter 4 PROTECTION OF WORKERS' PROTESTS AND 'CONCERTED ACTIVITIES'
Chapter 5 PROTECTION AND PROHIBITION: OTHER EMPLOYER RESPONSES TO ORGANIZING
Chapter 6 REMEDIES FOR UNLAWFUL INTERFERENCE WITH PROTESTS OR ORGANIZING
Chapter 7 ELECTING A UNION REPRESENTATIVE
Chapter 8 ORGANIZING WITHOUT AN ELECTION
Chapter 9 THE DUTY TO BARGAIN COLLECTIVELY
Chapter 10 SUBJECTS INCLUDED IN THE DUTY TO BARGAIN
Chapter 11 ECONOMIC WEAPONS AND IMPASSE
Chapter 12 LEGAL CONSTRAINTS ON CONCERTED ACTIVITY: SECONDARY BOYCOTTS, PICKETING, AND HANDBILLING, AND RECOGNITIONAL PICKETING
Chapter 13 GRIEVANCE-ARBITRATION
Chapter 14 INDIVIDUAL WORKERS AND THEIR UNIONS
Chapter 15 BARGAINING RELATIONSHIPS IN TRANSITION
Chapter 16 MODERN AUTHORITY OVER LABOR RELATIONS:
FEDERALISM, DELEGATION, AND PREEMPTION
TABLE OF CASES