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Labor Law: Representation and Collective-Bargaining Matters 2021 Edition

This is an essential handbook about representation and collective-bargaining issues in labor law.
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This companion volume to LABOR LAW: UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES provides practitioners with the necessary guidance to confront representation and collective-bargaining issues in federal and state labor law proceedings. Illinois attorneys explore and analyze matters under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) such as the bargaining order and its related remedies as well as NLRA §9. Collective-bargaining negotiations and enforcement of collective-bargaining agreements are also covered, and substantive matters in representation cases and the jurisdiction of the National Labor Relations Board are examined.

Chapter 1 — National Labor Relations Board Jurisdiction
Thomas Y. Mandler and Amy Moor Gaylord, Akerman LLP, Chicago

Chapter 2 — The Bargaining Order and Related Remedies Under the NLRA
Mark L. Stolzenburg,VedderPriceSM, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Representation Cases — Substantive Matters
Kenneth R. Dolin,Seyfarth Shaw LLP, and David L. Streck, Pactiv LLC, Chicago

Chapter 4 —Procedure Under §9 of the NLRA
Amanda R. Clark,Asher, Gittler & D’Alba, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 5 — Collective-Bargaining Negotiations
Jennifer L. Mora,Seyfarth Shaw LLP, San Francisco, CA

Chapter 6 — Enforcement of Collective-Bargaining Agreements
Paul Burmeister, Davis & Campbell LLC, Chicago, and Richard A. Russo, Davis & Campbell LLC, Peoria

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This companion volume to LABOR LAW: UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES provides practitioners with the necessary guidance to confront representation and collective-bargaining issues in federal and state labor law proceedings. Illinois attorneys explore and analyze matters under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) such as the bargaining order and its related remedies as well as NLRA §9. Collective-bargaining negotiations and enforcement of collective-bargaining agreements are also covered, and substantive matters in representation cases and the jurisdiction of the National Labor Relations Board are examined.

Chapter 1 — National Labor Relations Board Jurisdiction
Thomas Y. Mandler and Amy Moor Gaylord, Akerman LLP, Chicago

Chapter 2 — The Bargaining Order and Related Remedies Under the NLRA
Mark L. Stolzenburg,VedderPriceSM, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Representation Cases — Substantive Matters
Kenneth R. Dolin,Seyfarth Shaw LLP, and David L. Streck, Pactiv LLC, Chicago

Chapter 4 —Procedure Under §9 of the NLRA
Amanda R. Clark,Asher, Gittler & D’Alba, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 5 — Collective-Bargaining Negotiations
Jennifer L. Mora,Seyfarth Shaw LLP, San Francisco, CA

Chapter 6 — Enforcement of Collective-Bargaining Agreements
Paul Burmeister, Davis & Campbell LLC, Chicago, and Richard A. Russo, Davis & Campbell LLC, Peoria

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