Two lawsuits ask Court to eliminate ‘escape period’ schemes that restrict when workers can cut off union dues as violative of Court’s Janus precedent
Under unconstitutional ‘escape period’ scheme, healthcare worker paid union dues for months despite resigning SEIU membership.
Plaintiff and Chicago Public Schools teacher Ifeoma Nkemdi called CTU union militants’ retaliation against her “a dishonor to the profession of education.”
Arthur Baisley, a United Airlines employee in Texas, filed a petition for writ of certiorari asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear his case against IAM union bosses.
With help from the NRTW Legal Defense Foundation, NJ teachers are taking NJEA to the Supreme Court to fight “escape period” scheme.
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Two Chicago teachers have filed a lawsuit against the Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Board of Education for forcing workers to pay dues.
The lawsuit challenges a union boss-created “escape period” scheme that blocks educators from terminating dues deductions from their paychecks…
Four teachers are suing their union because the union’s so-called “escape period” does not fall in line with the 2018 Janus v. AFSCME ruling.