LVMPD Police Officer Urges Supreme Court to Hear Case Battling PPA Union’s Unconstitutional Dues Scheme

LVMPD officer argues PPA union officials seized her money in violation of First Amendment through restrictive arrangement to which she never consented

Puerto Rico Police Bureau Employees Hit Union and Bureau with Federal Lawsuit for Illegally Denying Healthcare Benefits

Union officials had Puerto Rico Police Bureau rescind benefit after employees exercised their First Amendment right to abstain from formal union membership & dues Eight civilian employees of the Puerto Rico Police Bureau (PRPB) are suing the Union of Organized Civilian Employees and their employer for illegally retaliating against them for the exercise of their […]

Jonathan Savas and Other Orange County Lifeguards Push for Rehearing of First Amendment Challenge to CSLEA Union Scheme

Restrictions on Jonathan Savas and other Orange County Lifeguards will trap them in CSLEA union membership and dues…

South Jersey Bus Drivers Hit IFPTE Union with Federal Lawsuit Challenging Unconstitutional Dues Seizures from Wages

Drivers tried to end IFPTE dues deductions from paychecks in January 2022 in accordance with documents they signed, but union kept taking money – leading to lawsuit

At Ninth Circuit, Las Vegas Police Officer Defends First Amendment Right to Stop Funding Unwanted Union

Foundation staff attorneys just filed the final brief in a Las Vegas police officer’s federal lawsuit defending her First Amendment right to abstain from union dues deductions.

Suit Spotlights Inequity of Monopoly Bargaining

Despite Janus, three CUNY plaintiffs who have resigned from the PSC are still being forced to bankroll it today.