By:  Ashley Laken, Esq.

Seyfarth Synopsis: NLRB rules that fast-food company violated the National Labor Relations Act by maintaining a rule prohibiting employees from wearing unauthorized buttons or insignia and by instructing an employee to remove his “Fight For $15” button.

On March 21, NLRB Acting Chairman Miscimarra and Members Pearce and McFerran unanimously ruled

By: Bryan R. Bienias

Yet another unfair labor practice complaint has been issued stemming from the rash of protests in late 2012 by union-backed groups such as OURWalmart at a number of Wal-Mart locations across the country.

On Thursday, April 3rd, the regional director for Region 7 out of Detroit, Michigan issued the complaint,

By:  Bradford L. Livingston

Earlier this week, a community organizing group called New York Communities for Change, with significant assistance from other community organizations and organized labor, announced a multi-million dollar campaign to organize employees in New York City fast food restaurants.  With sponsorship from the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), the campaign is expected