Proposed Joint-Employer Rule May Restrict Workers’ Bargaining Power

Federal labor agency proposes a new rule to end confusion over the joint-employer standard.

The Rise of Arbitration and the Fall of Employment Claims

Recent research suggests mandatory arbitration clauses have undermined employment rights.

Searching for the “New Labor Law”

More collaboration between government, employers, and labor would help combat income inequality.

Appreciating The Workplace Constitution

Sophia Lee’s new book makes contributions to the fields of constitutional law, labor law, employment discrimination, and administrative law.

Administrative Constitutionalism and Administrative Power

New book raises the question of when bureaucratic constitutional interpretation is desirable and sustainable.

A Window into America’s Administrative State

Agencies are deeply enmeshed in creating our constitutional understanding.

Administering the Workplace Constitution

The Constitution is distinct and alive in the administrative state.

Two Cheers for Recess Appointments

The Supreme Court lets the president down easy in NLRB v. Noel Canning.

Unions May Gain Greater Access to Employer Email Accounts

The NLRB may permit employees to use company email for union business and organizing.

Obama’s Recess Appointments Face Legal Challenge

Business groups challenge the constitutionality of three recess appointments to the NLRB.

Republican Candidates Emphasize Regulation in Presidential Debate

Candidates advocate deregulation for economic growth.