Bloomberg Law Asks Wilson for Perspective

Bloomberg Law Asks Wilson for Perspective

In a January 25th article on Bloomberg Law, Phil Wilson commented on the Biden administrations signaled intent with the firings of the top to posts in the NLRB General Counsels office. After calling the firings “outrageous and probably unlawful,” Wilson stated,...
Wilson Explains Why Neutrality Agreements Harm Employee Choice

Wilson Explains Why Neutrality Agreements Harm Employee Choice

In a recent article by the Society for Human Resource Management, Phil Wilson was asked to comment on a memo by National Labor Relations Board Chairman Peter Robb addressing neutrality agreements, which we’ve covered in prior posts. In helping to explain...
Wilson Comments on NLRB Advice Memo

Wilson Comments on NLRB Advice Memo

In a recent demonstration by off-duty Starbucks employees inside the store, the NLRB determined the actions were outside the scope of protected concerted activity. In responding to the advice memo related to the event, Phil Wilson commented, “It’s one...
Wilson Asked to Comment On Proposed NLRB Rule

Wilson Asked to Comment On Proposed NLRB Rule

As we’ve notified you recently, the NLRB has proposed to change the Excelsior list requirements to the previous standard of simply voter names and home addresses, deleting the Obama-era inclusion of email address and home and personal cell phone numbers. The...