There's no longer a union walk-around rule

Today, we’re happy to announce that the union walk-around rule is no more. This rule was promulgated by OSHA back in 2013 and it permitted non-employee union operatives to accompany … ›

Weekly litigation report — February 10, 2017

Fighting for a road in Michigan We filed our Notice of Appeal in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals  in Marquette County Road Commission v. Environmental Protection Agency in the upper peninsula of … ›

PLF wins important first step in "union walkaround" lawsuit

Late Friday, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas denied (in part) OSHA’s motion to dismiss our lawsuit challenging the agency’s “union walkaround” rule. Filed back … ›

Briefing update in Fairfax Memo Challenge

In National Federation of Independent Business v. Dougherty, we challenge the so-called Fairfax Memo, a substantial pro-union re-write of federal law governing workplace safety inspections. Last month, the feds moved … ›

Challenging unauthorized union access

Yesterday, we filed a new case challenging a controversial rule from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The lawsuit, brought in the Northern District of Texas and styled National Federation of Independent … ›

Is OSHA unconstitutional?

I think so.* In 1970, Congress enacted the Occupational Safety and Health Act, the main purpose of which is to assure workers safe and healthful working conditions. To that end, … ›

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There's no longer a union walk-around rule

Today, we’re happy to announce that the union walk-around rule is no more. This rule was promulgated by OSHA back in 2013 and it permitted non-employee union operatives to accompany … ›

Weekly litigation report — February 10, 2017

Fighting for a road in Michigan We filed our Notice of Appeal in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals  in Marquette County Road Commission v. Environmental Protection Agency in the upper peninsula of … ›

PLF wins important first step in "union walkaround" lawsuit

Late Friday, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas denied (in part) OSHA’s motion to dismiss our lawsuit challenging the agency’s “union walkaround” rule. Filed back … ›

Briefing update in Fairfax Memo Challenge

In National Federation of Independent Business v. Dougherty, we challenge the so-called Fairfax Memo, a substantial pro-union re-write of federal law governing workplace safety inspections. Last month, the feds moved … ›

Challenging unauthorized union access

Yesterday, we filed a new case challenging a controversial rule from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The lawsuit, brought in the Northern District of Texas and styled National Federation of Independent … ›

Is OSHA unconstitutional?

I think so.* In 1970, Congress enacted the Occupational Safety and Health Act, the main purpose of which is to assure workers safe and healthful working conditions. To that end, … ›

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There's no longer a union walk-around rule

Today, we’re happy to announce that the union walk-around rule is no more. This rule was promulgated by OSHA back in 2013 and it permitted non-employee union operatives to accompany … ›

Weekly litigation report — February 10, 2017

Fighting for a road in Michigan We filed our Notice of Appeal in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals  in Marquette County Road Commission v. Environmental Protection Agency in the upper peninsula of … ›

PLF wins important first step in "union walkaround" lawsuit

Late Friday, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas denied (in part) OSHA’s motion to dismiss our lawsuit challenging the agency’s “union walkaround” rule. Filed back … ›

Briefing update in Fairfax Memo Challenge

In National Federation of Independent Business v. Dougherty, we challenge the so-called Fairfax Memo, a substantial pro-union re-write of federal law governing workplace safety inspections. Last month, the feds moved … ›

Challenging unauthorized union access

Yesterday, we filed a new case challenging a controversial rule from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The lawsuit, brought in the Northern District of Texas and styled National Federation of Independent … ›

Is OSHA unconstitutional?

I think so.* In 1970, Congress enacted the Occupational Safety and Health Act, the main purpose of which is to assure workers safe and healthful working conditions. To that end, … ›

There's no longer a union walk-around rule

Today, we’re happy to announce that the union walk-around rule is no more. This rule was promulgated by OSHA back in 2013 and it permitted non-employee union operatives to accompany … ›

Weekly litigation report — February 10, 2017

Fighting for a road in Michigan We filed our Notice of Appeal in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals  in Marquette County Road Commission v. Environmental Protection Agency in the upper peninsula of … ›

PLF wins important first step in "union walkaround" lawsuit

Late Friday, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas denied (in part) OSHA’s motion to dismiss our lawsuit challenging the agency’s “union walkaround” rule. Filed back … ›

Briefing update in Fairfax Memo Challenge

In National Federation of Independent Business v. Dougherty, we challenge the so-called Fairfax Memo, a substantial pro-union re-write of federal law governing workplace safety inspections. Last month, the feds moved … ›

Challenging unauthorized union access

Yesterday, we filed a new case challenging a controversial rule from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The lawsuit, brought in the Northern District of Texas and styled National Federation of Independent … ›

Is OSHA unconstitutional?

I think so.* In 1970, Congress enacted the Occupational Safety and Health Act, the main purpose of which is to assure workers safe and healthful working conditions. To that end, … ›