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The NLRB Is Remaking Federal Labor Law: Why Should You Care?

 | 12 - 1:30 p.m. Central

Unionized and non-unionized employers alike will want to attend this webinar on recent National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, developments, and initiatives.

The NLRB has recently issued multiple decisions reversing precedents from the Trump administration, strengthening union organizing rights, and expanding employee protections. These decisions, together with initiatives of the NLRB’s General Counsel, extend the NLRB’s authority over the nonunion workplace and make it easier for a union to become the representative of your employees.

Our speakers will cover the new and significant precedents, as well as expected changes based on pronouncements by the General Counsel, including a new standard for challenges to commonplace work rules, requirements for severance agreements and releases, new and revised rules for union elections, and means by which unions can become the representative of employees, union access to employer email systems, and potential restrictions on employer speech.

In addition, the presenters will address changes on the horizon and trends in union activity in both unionized and nonunionized worksites.

Continuing Legal Education:

After the program, Quarles will apply for up to 1.5 hours of general continuing legal education credit in U.S. jurisdictions where applicable. Quarles certifies that this activity has been approved for California Participatory MCLE credits by the State Bar of California in the amount of up to 1.5 general credits. Quarles is a State Bar of California MCLE approved provider.

Participants seeking CLE credit must be logged in, participating from their own device, and must complete the electronic CLE form provided in the course dashboard materials. Please be sure to include the attendance verification code that will be announced during the presentation, regardless of which jurisdiction you are licensed in. Quarles will only provide CLE credit to those who return the form with the proper code.

Anticipated Continuing Legal Education Processing Time:

Depending on the jurisdiction, the processing time for course approval is estimated to take between 2-16 weeks.


For more information and to register, please contact Alexa Curto, alexa.curto@quarles.com.

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