Preliminary Injunction on PA 53 To Be Officially Lifted
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an Order on June 18 denying the Plaintiffs' request for en banc review of the Bailey v. Callaghan decision which previously lifted the temporary injunction on Public Act 53 of 2012. The Plaintiffs had seven days to file a motion to stay issuance of a mandate officially lifting the injunction, but no motion to stay was filed by the June 25 deadline. On Friday, June 28, 2013, the Sixth Circuit issued a mandate for the Bailey matter, officially lifting the preliminary injunction on Public Act 53 which prohibits school districts from assisting a union in collecting union dues and service fees. Public Act 53 is now legally valid and enforceable. If you have any questions regarding the application Public Act 53, please contact your Clark Hill Education Law attorney.
The Current Whipsaw in Labor Law: Recent NLRB Developments and the Direction of the Biden Administration
While President Biden makes historic decisions, such as the firing of the NLRB’s General Counsel in January, many employers are wondering what impact “Biden’s NLRB” will have on their workforce. As new board members are confirmed, what changes should employers expect from the new NLRB?
FAQs: Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccines and the Automotive & Manufacturing Industries
Join us for a presentation where we will share the considerations, implications, and answer your frequently asked questions surrounding the implementation of mandatory COVID-19 vaccines.