745 Labor Relations Law - §001, Fall 2011

Categories: Labor and Employment Law Administrative and Regulatory Law

Instructor(s) Secunda, Paul

"Labor Law" is the basic introductory labor course on management-union relations. It examines the three major labor relations rights that protect private-sector workers under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA): (1) the right to organize and join, form, or assist in forming, a labor organization; (2) the right to collectively bargain through a representative of the bargaining unit's own choosing; and (3) the right to engage in protected activities (strike, boycotts, and picketing) for purposes of collective bargaining or for mutual aid and protection. Additionally, issues concerning federal preemption, successorship, withdrawal of recognition, and union security clauses will be discussed.

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