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Category: Case Updates

Court decisions from across the country have implications right here in Ohio. Here is a selection of recent cases, and why they matter.

A Private Company Does Not Impede the Right of Employees to Organize Unions When a Private Company Prohibits Employees from Using Email for That Purpose

In the case of Caesars Entertainment d/b/a Rio All-Suites and International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, District Council 16, Local 159, AFL-CIO, No. 28-CA-160841 (Dec. 16, 2019), the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) held that a private company does not impede the right of employees to organize unions when a private company prohibits employees […]

Private Employers Allowing Non-Employee Civic Organizations onto Their Property Does Not Require Also Allowing Non-Employee Union Representatives

In the case of Kroger Limited Partnership I Mid-Atlantic and United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 400., No. 05-CA-155160 (Dec. 13, 2019), the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) held that a private company does not lose the right to exclude non-employee union representatives from the private company’s property by allowing civic organizations onto the […]