Press Clips | October 6, 2017

No Class Action: Supreme Court Weighs Whether Workers Must Face Arbitrations Alone

Collective action is a key tenet of labor law, with a long history of government protection.

News Releases | October 2, 2017

SCOTUS Hears Arguments in Case That Could Tilt Legal Landscape in Favor of Corporate Lawbreakers

Corporations are trying to use forced arbitration clauses to prevent workers from banding together to challenge workplace wrongs.

Videos | October 2, 2017

Forced Arbitration Explainer Video & Link Roundup

Workers have a fundamental right to join together to challenge employer misconduct through collective legal action.

News Releases | October 2, 2017

Trump’s Deregulation Agenda Means Lower Pay and Higher Injury Risk for America’s Workers

The administration sides with Wall Street and wealthy corporations over working families at virtually every turn.

Blog | September 28, 2017

Why Forced Arbitration Matters: Uber as a Poster Child

Uber is deeply invested in maintaining this ambiguity, any way it can.

News Releases | September 27, 2017

On the Administration’s Plan to Collect Social Media Information on Immigrants

Here’s yet another policy that seems to spring from the pages of a bad dystopian novel.

Commentary | September 27, 2017

Target’s Move to $15 an Hour Blows Up This Myth About Raising the Minimum Wage

There’s now a bullseye on the back of employers like Amazon, Walmart and McDonald’s.

News Releases | September 26, 2017

On the Graham-Cassidy Health Care Bill

The bill would hurt working people and have a devastating effect on our nation’s health.

News Releases | September 25, 2017

Florida Should Extend Disaster Unemployment Assistance Filing Deadline

Florida should immediately request at least a 30-day extension of the DUA filing deadline from the U.S. Department of Labor.

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