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Employer’s Campaign Prediction That Employees Would Have To Join Union And Pay Dues As Condition Of Employment Not Coercive, NLRB Majority Rules

The NLRB currently is churning out cases and Advice Memoranda at a fairly regular pace.  We recently discussed NLRB decisions addressing information requests, handbook statements, and confidential informants. An interesting area of NLRB case law concerns campaign statements,–statements made by employer representatives … Continue reading

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Ryerson law school plan would let students skip articling

I saw the above headline in the news recently.  I also received a survey from the Law Society of Alberta today aimed at principals of articling students to get some feedback.  This got me to thinking about whether our traditional … Continue reading

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Would You Hire a Lawyer Who Had Been Convicted of Murder?

This was essentially the headline of a recent New York Times article.   As a 19-year-old, the subject of the article had flown into a rage and killed a man who had picked him up the week before as a hitch … Continue reading

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How Chaotic Would an Italian Debt Restructuring Be? (Not Very)

Mark Weidemaier & Mitu Gulati Wolfgang Munchau’s column in the FT yesterday identifies a possible Italian debt crisis as one of the biggest worries for the Eurozone. This makes sense, given Italy’s huge debt stock (upwards of 130% of GDP), … Continue reading

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QUESTION ASKED: Why Are the McCains Able Forgive Biden But Not Trump? As Michael Walsh would say,…

QUESTION ASKED: Why Are the McCains Able Forgive Biden But Not Trump? As Michael Walsh would say, the Permanent Bipartisan Fusion Party protects its own. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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