Former Southwest Airlines flight attendant Charlene Carter’s lawsuit against her employer and union for violating her religious liberty will continue after a federal judge rejected motions to dismiss the case.
A powerful Philadelphia union said that the indictment of its president and political director has not affected its political activism.
One of Philadelphia’s most powerful union bosses and the city’s Democratic majority leader stand accused of embezzling funds from the workers they claimed to represent.
The Los Angeles teachers union may have just ended a lengthy strike over a contract dispute, but could soon find itself back in court as a local educator filed a class action suit over forced dues.
A Minnesota police clerk has won the right to cut ties from the union that attempted to continue deducting money from her paycheck even after the Supreme Court dubbed such payments unconstitutional.
A Michigan-based group is suing a machinist and aerospace union on behalf of employees who say they shouldn’t have to pay fees to a union they don’t want to join. The case was filed in federal district court in New Jersey.
A Rhode Island nurse is asking a federal court to help settle a 2009 complaint about her union’s lobbying expenses and dues disclosures.
The president of Chicago Teachers Union violated the rights of one of his own staffers just before taking over the helm of the labor giant, according to a ruling from the National Labor Relations Board.
Firefighters in New Haven were justified in their decision to break away from their state labor organization and can move forward in their lawsuit to recoup allegedly misspent dues, according to a court ruling.
A lawsuit is asking the Supreme Court to overturn a Massachusetts rule that prohibits companies from campaign contributions while exempting unions from similar restrictions.