Workers seeking to take back millions in forced dues plan on taking their case to the Supreme Court after federal appellant judges rejected their class action suit.
A lawsuit is asking the Supreme Court to overturn a Massachusetts rule that prohibits companies from campaign contributions while exempting unions from similar restrictions.
Uber passengers in New York City could soon see drastic fare increases after the de Blasio administration voted to set a $17 minimum wage for all ride-sharing drivers.
After a seven-year legal battle America’s largest religious media company no longer faces the prospect of violating its faith to comply with Obamacare’s contraception mandate.
A joint committee will not meet its deadline on legislation intended to bolster struggling pension plans.
Pennsylvania school bus drivers are suing the federal government for preventing them from holding a vote to cut ties with their union.
Oregon workers are asking a federal court to do away with policies that limit their ability to cut financial ties with labor unions.
An elderly tech inventor is accusing the federal government of personally targeting him to block him from patenting his life’s work.
A pair of healthcare workers in the Northeast have filed lawsuits alleging that labor leaders have blocked them from resigning even after the Supreme Court ruled that mandatory public sector membership is unconstitutional.
Labor unions were dealt another blow in Kentucky after the state supreme court upheld its right to work law.