Even the ABA objects to Department of Labor proposal to require disclosure of all consultants on labor-relations issues, something a Chamber of Commerce official calls the biggest giveaway to organized labor in this administration. The proposed rule would have broad implications, and would certainly lead to job-killing litigation over minor collateral issues relating to the edges of its scope. [WSJ; NLPC; ABA; Chamber of Commerce; Vorys]
Department of Labor seeks to narrow "advice exception" to disclosure laws
- New Webinar: Shareholder activism concerning corporate spending disclosures
- Proxy Monitor: Potential Influence of ISS over Shareholder Votes
- New Proxy Monitor Report: Will alarming trends in shareholder activism continue in 2012?
- San Francisco sick leave followup
- FLSA and breast-feeding
- ABA opposes substantial number of Obama Administration's potential judicial nominees
- Hans Bader uncovers a Catch-22 in EEOC enforcement
- NBA decertification and antitrust lawsuit
- "The Public-Union Albatross"
- Ohio union vote
- "NLRB Postpones Worker-Notification Rule"
- What's in the water in Wisconsin?
- California SB 469
- NLRB notice rule
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