Joint Supreme Court Petition Filed for Government Workers Seeking Refunds of Illegally-Seized Union Dues
A petition for certiorari was filed at the United States Supreme Court late last week for workers in four separate lawsuits brought against unions…
SEIU Bosses Refund Dues Seized from Chicago Mental Health Counselor After He Resigned Union Membership
Under unconstitutional ‘escape period’ scheme, healthcare worker paid union dues for months despite resigning SEIU membership.
Worker Freedom Group Prevents Unconstitutional Union Dues
NRTWLDF just filed [to defend] a state law that protects the First Amendment right of West Virginia public employees to refrain from funding a union.
Continue to Remember Your Work Rights Post-Labor Day
Today marks one week since Labor Day, and as we all head back to work after another weekend, let’s not forget our rights as hard-working citizens.
Kimberlee Warren Sues FOP Union for Violating Janus Rights
National Right to Work Attorneys argued and the U.S. Supreme court in Janus v. AFSCME decision agreed that public employees like Kimberlee Warren cannot be forced to pay union dues and fees to keep her job. But, Cuyahoga County Police Union Bosses have denied Kimberlee her constitutional rights and she has been forced to sue. Unfortunately, this […]
United Airlines’ Arthur Baisley Challenges IAM Union Political “Opt-out”
Baisley is urging the Court to hear his federal class-action civil rights case contesting a dues arrangement imposed by International Association of Machinists (IAM) union officials.
TX Airline Employee Urges High Court to Take Up Forced-Dues-for-Politics Challenge
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.
NJ Teachers Stand Up Against “Escape Period” Scheme
With help from the NRTW Legal Defense Foundation, NJ teachers are taking NJEA to the Supreme Court to fight “escape period” scheme.
Educators File Lawsuit Against Union for Trapping Them in Dues
The lawsuit challenges a union boss-created “escape period” scheme that blocks educators from terminating dues deductions from their paychecks…
NJ Teachers Ask Supreme Court to Hear First Amendment Challenges to Union Schemes Trapping Public Employees in Dues Payments
Multiple cases headed to High Court seeking ruling against arrangements that violate workers’ rights under 2018 Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court decision