News Releases | July 25, 2018

On Eleventh Circuit Reviving NAACP Suit Calling Alabama Wage Law Racially Biased

Workers, communities of color, advocates, and our courts will not allow preemption to deny local communities the very basic right(…)

Blog | July 20, 2018

Reemployment Services and Eligibility Assessments and the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018

The law now codifies DOL’s authority to operate the RESEA program, with ten years of guaranteed, expanded funding.

News Releases | July 19, 2018

On New York State’s Employee Status Ruling for New York Uber Drivers

A state agency ruled that three former Uber drivers (and others like them) were employees for purposes of unemployment insurance.

Commentary | July 17, 2018

Home Care Workers the Latest Group in Trump Team’s Crosshairs

Via: The Hill The Trump administration continues its attack on workers and unions: Its latest volley is a Department of(…)

Blog | July 17, 2018

Creating Barriers to Public Assistance is Not the Pathway to Work

Work requirements push is just another way to punish low-income people.

News Releases | July 12, 2018

On HHS’s Proposed Rule Interfering with Home Care Workers’ Ability to Pay Their Union Dues

Yet another attempt by the Trump administration to undermine the ability of America’s workers to join together.

News Releases | July 2, 2018

On New York City’s Report Urging Higher Pay for Uber and Lyft Drivers

Today’s report echoes what driver-members of the Taxi Workers Alliance in New York, as well as drivers across the country,(…)

Videos | June 27, 2018

Webinar Recording | From Sexual Harassment to Wage Theft

Watch this webinar to learn about issue spotting and best practices for intakes when providing legal support to low-wage workers(…)

News Releases | June 27, 2018

On the U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in Janus v. AFSCME

The Supreme Court has further tipped the scales of justice against working people with this decision.

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