Labor Law | Professor Brudney
This course addresses the federal law of labor-management relations, primarily under the National Labor Relations Act, as amended. Subjects covered include employee organizational and representational rights; establishment of the collective bargaining relationship; negotiation and enforcement of the collective bargaining agreement; concerted activities such as strikes, picketing, and lockouts; and the union’s duty of fair representation. We also will address certain related issues of national labor law including the rights of individual employees to object to their union; judicial review of arbitration decisions and promises to arbitrate; successorship and the obligations of a successor employer; and federal preemption of state workplace laws.
Does this course satisfy the writing requirement? No
Does this course satisfy the skills requirement? No
Does this course have a waitlist? No
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