This treatise, authored by experts in the field, covers laws and regulations that affect unions, members, and other represented employees, and includes in-depth discussion of the Landrum-Griffin Act (LMRDA).
Fill the void in the complex area of labor union law with the only book of this magnitude covering laws and regulations affecting the union, its members, and other represented employees. Labor Union Law and Regulation organizes and clarifies the widely varying laws and regulations governing labor unions. This exhaustive treatise, written by recognized experts in the field, covers all significant aspects of labor union laws and regulations, including in-depth discussions of the Landrum-Griffin Act (LMRDA).
Labor Union Law and Regulation differs from the traditional approach to labor union law that organizes the subject by statutes and, instead, arranges chapters to address the various federal and state regulations by reference to a particular subject. This approach facilitates a clearer, more practical understanding of the law and the interaction of its various requirements. The authors are all seasoned practitioners who provide incisive analysis and valuable guidance as they explore every facet of labor union law.
Summary of Contents
Chapter 1 - Union/Member Rights and Obligations
Chapter 2 - Union Finances: Funding, Fiduciary Responsibilities, and Reporting
Chapter 3 - Internal Union Elections
Chapter 4 - The Duty of Fair Representation
Chapter 5 - Union Security
Chapter 6 - Legal Relations Between Related and Autonomous Labor Organizations
Appendix A - Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959
Appendix B - Taft-Hartley Act, Section 301
Appendix C - Office of Labor-Management Standards: Standards of Conduct
Appendix D - Office of Labor-Management Standards: Rules and Regulations
Appendix E - DOL Office of Labor-Management Standards Internet Site
Appendix F - AFL-CIO Constitution Articles XX and XXI
Appendix G - States With Right to Work Laws
Table of Cases
The 2015 Cumulative Supplement to Labor Union Law and Regulation addresses new developments in the law applicable to union governance including:
"Until now, there has not been a reference work to analyze the complex area of internal union affairs and the rights of individual employees as they interact with unions. This valuable book is one that I keep close at hand."
Former NLRB Member and Management Attorney; Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, Washington DC
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