Rights

“Remain in Mexico” Policy Remains in Effect for Now

Recent Trump Administration immigration policy survives round one in the courts.

Conflicting Interpretations of Worker Classification

Workers in some states may now be classified as both independent contractors and employees.

Regulating Work in an Age of Fissuring and Automation

Employers may increasingly automate their workplaces, requiring a new approach to workplace regulation.

The Future Looks Bright for the Right-to-Work Movement

The right-to-work principle protects employee freedom not to subsidize unwanted unions.

Labor Without Employment

Firms have moral obligations to those who perform work regardless of employment status.

The Joint-Employment Standard in Limbo

A proposed rule by the NLRB and a potential Supreme Court decision challenge the joint-employer test.

Transportation Workers Can Avoid Arbitration

The Supreme Court holds that, under federal law, truckers cannot be compelled to arbitrate.

Sex Workers Fight for Safe Conditions After Being Taken Offline

A new law targets online sex trafficking, but critics worry about the consequences for sex workers’ safety.

How Sessions Reshaped the U.S. Immigration Court System

In less than two years, the former Attorney General spearheaded significant changes to the U.S. immigration system.

The New Face of Title IX Due Process

Education Department’s proposed rule could transform procedural protections under Title IX.

Amusement Park Accommodations for the Disabled

Commentator argues that amusement parks can do more to expand access to disabled individuals.

Stealing from the Poor and Giving to the Rich in the Workplace

Report finds that large companies are responsible for a large number of wage violations.