NLRB Enforcement Under Biden Administration: Micro-Unit Standards, Email Communications, Joint Employer Test
Potential Impact of Passing the Protecting the Right to Organize Act
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide labor and employment counsel with an update on the Biden administration's proposals to enforce the National Labor Relations Act. The panel will discuss the impact of the NLRB's decisions and strategies for employers--both non-union and union--to comply with their legal obligations.
- Proposed NLRB enforcement activity under Biden administration
- Best practices for union and non-union employers
- Anticipated NLRB future action
The panel will review these and other noteworthy issues:
- What are the most likely NLRB case changes under the Biden administration?
- What freedom do employers have to restructure their business and commercial relationships?
- What questions remain for union and non-union employers following the anticipated changes to the NLRB?
- What steps should non-union and union employers anticipate to maintain NLRA compliance?
James W. Bucking
Mr. Bucking represents corporations and other employers in union disputes, complex employment litigation and other... | Read More
Mr. Bucking represents corporations and other employers in union disputes, complex employment litigation and other labor and employment matters. He has extensive experience representing management at the bargaining table in union negotiations and litigating labor disputes in court, before arbitrators and at the NLRB. Mr. Bucking also advises clients on day-to-day personnel matters, drafts employment agreements and policies, and assists with sexual harassment and discrimination investigations.Close
Joseph P. Sirbak, II
Mr. Sirbak represents employers before the NLRB in representation and unfair labor practice proceedings, negotiates... | Read More
Mr. Sirbak represents employers before the NLRB in representation and unfair labor practice proceedings, negotiates with unions in collective bargaining, and counsels employers on matters arising under the NLRA and Railway Labor Act, including union elections and emergency relief against unlawful picketing or other strike activity.Close