The lawsuit challenges a union boss-created “escape period” scheme that blocks educators from terminating dues deductions from their paychecks…
Multiple cases headed to High Court seeking ruling against arrangements that violate workers’ rights under 2018 Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court decision
June 25, 2021 marks the third anniversary of the Supreme Court Janus v. AFSCME ruling that protects public sector worker rights.
Employees of the University of Puerto Rico have filed a motion for a preliminary injunction against the University of Puerto Rico Workers Union.
New Hampshire workers Patrick Doughty and Randy Severance’s Supreme Court case seeking a refund after being forced to pay union dues has been fully briefed.
Foundation attorneys argue IAM union “opt-out” requirement to escape payment for union officials’ political activities violates Supreme Court’s Janus standard
Foundation President Mark Mix recently participated in a panel discussion titled “Ask The Experts: Teacher Appreciation Week? How Teachers Unions Got in the Way.”
New Hampshire SEIU bosses seized dues from workers’ paychecks for years despite High Court warning that such seizures would face constitutional scrutiny.
AG employee Heather Anderson is suing the IBEW Local 33 union and the State of New Jersey for restricting First Amendment Janus rights.
CSEA officials forced nonmember employees to pay fees in violation of the Constitution as recognized in Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court decision