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What happens next for pending FTAs and our trade agenda after the election?

Andrew HudsonI write this article on 12 April 2019, shortly after the announcement of the Federal Budget and the announcement of the date for the Federal election. As expected, this period encompassed the usual claim and counter – claim between … Continue reading

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The Past and Future of the NLRB’s “Quickie Election” Rules

By Steven Gutierrez Steven Gutierrez The National Labor Relations Board is charged with holding union elections whenever petitioners demonstrate that a sufficient number of employees in a particular workplace wish to become unionized. The NLRB’s “quickie election” rules have changed … Continue reading

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A Paid Day Off on Election Day

Congress recently introduced the “For the People Act of 2019” that would make the federal election day a paid holiday for all federal employees and encourages private employers to do the same. Several (13) U.S. States currently give state workers … Continue reading

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Election of Presidents in the Courts: Amendments to the Procedure

Theres recently been a slight amendment to the procedure for the election of the President of the Court and of the Presidents of Chambers. The change ends the privilege of age. The relevant provision of the Rules of Procedure (Article… … Continue reading

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Ohlin: Election Interference: The Real Harm and the Only Solution

Jens David Ohlin (Cornell Univ. – Law) has posted Election Interference: The Real Harm and the Only Solution. Here's the abstract: Although politicians and intelligence analysts have criticized Russian interference in the 2016 and 2018 elections, international lawyers seem to … Continue reading

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