“No” Means “No” When a Party “Really” Says So | Employment Law
The National Labor Relations Board (Board or NLRB) has long held that the purported waiver of a party's statutory rights under the National Labor Relations Act (Act) is effective if and only if the relinquishment was "clear and unmistakable."
Private Sector Bargaining | Employment Law
Private Sector Bargaining
Our Deal Trumps My Bargaining Rights Only if I Said So | Employment Law
The National Labor Relations Board (Board or NLRB) has applied its “clear and unmistakable” waiver standard in unilateral change cases for several decades.
7 B&K Attorneys Named as 2011 Super Lawyers | New York Law
Congratulations to the following Blitman & King attorneys who have been named as 2011 Super Lawyers for New York: Charles E. Blitman, Employee Benefits/ERISA; Bernard T. King, Employment & Labor; Daniel E. Kornfeld, Employee Benefits/ERISA; James R. LaVaute, Employment & Labor; Donald D. Oliver, Employment & Labor; Jules L. Smith, Employment & Labor; Kenneth L. Wagner, Employment & Labor