By Jennifer L. Mora and Jeffrey A.  Berman

Seyfarth Synopsis: When a new President is about to shift the balance of power at the National Labor Relations Board, a Board dissent can foreshadow how the newly constituted Board will consider a similar issue. Such is the case in Stericycle, Inc., a February 17, 2021 divided Board decision addressing unilateral
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By Brent I. Clark, Benjamin D. Briggs, and Craig B. Simonsen

iStock_000045960778_MediumSeyfarth Synopsis: Even in the face of a collective bargaining agreement the State of Arkansas reconsiders whether employees should be compensated for time they spend putting on and taking off required protective gear.

A divided Arkansas Supreme Court recently ruled that a food manufacturing company violated
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By Paul Galligan and Samuel Sverdlov

Employers scored a big victory in In re Trump Entertainment Resorts, a case of first impression in the Third Circuit, which held that a debtor-employer can terminate their obligations under an expired Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) and implement the terms of a final offer.

Background

By way of background, Trump Entertainment employs 1,467
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