Having just emerged from a busy election season, Wisconsin is already turning its attention back to the polls where control of the state Supreme Court hangs in the balance.
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals this week affirmed the dismissal of a First Amendment lawsuit challenging Wisconsin's Act 10.
A lawsuit in front of the Wisconsin Supreme Court will determine if employees at a Fort Atkinson food production factory should receive back pay for putting on work clothes before a shift and taking them off afterward.
Wisconsin's Supreme Court says an administrative agency overseeing employee union elections has the power to decertify collective bargaining groups if they don't file election paperwork on time.
A decision in Janus v. AFSCME Council 31, 16-1466, is expected by late June.
The International Union of Operating Engineers Locals 139 and 420 have filed a federal lawsuit seeking to invalidate Act 10, a law passed in 2011 that restricts collective bargaining.
A tie vote from the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday handed a win to labor unions in a high-profile dispute over their ability to collect fees.
The largest teachers union in Michigan still represents Jason LaPorte at the bargaining table, but he no longer pays anything to support the union.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has sided with Brownsville-based Michels Corp. and 34 other contractors, saying that they properly stopped contributing to an employee pension fund in 2011.
Public workers covered under the Wisconsin State Attorneys Association would get a 1 percent raise under a collective bargaining agreement the state Assembly has approved.
School officials in Madison violated Republican Gov. Scott Walker's signature law barring public employers from collectively bargaining with their workers when it set up new contracts with the local teachers unions, a conservative group alleged in a lawsuit filed late Wednesday.
The state's largest police union has dropped its challenge to Gov. Scott Walker's public union restrictions, ending the last legal fight over the contentious prohibitions.
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