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    Labor Relationship Law

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    Part One
    Create a chart to compare and contrast the major legislative influences on the labor relations process. Your chart must
    contain at least five major legislative acts and how they affect management and unions. Columns should include the law,
    coverage, major provisions, and federal agencies.

    Part Two
    Find a recent Supreme Court or U.S. Court of Appeals decision concerning a labor law issue. Summarize the case.

     What legal principles does the court rely upon in determining the case decision?
     Be sure to support your response with specific examples.
      should be a minimum of two pages in length.

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    Step 1
    Chart comparing and contrasting major legislative influences on the labor relationship process.
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    Step 2
    Part Two:
    A recent Supreme Court case concerning labor law issue is Rebecca Friedrichs, et al., Petitioners v. California Teachers Association, et al. This was decided on March 29, 2016.
    This is a labor law case that was ruled upon by the US Supreme Court. The issue was whether public sector agency shop arrangements invalidated under the First Amendment and whether it violates the First Amendment to require that public employees affirmatively object to subsidizing non chargeable speech.
    The argument was that employees affirmatively consent to subsidizing such speech. The case was brought by the Center for Individual Rights, a conservative law firm which brought the case after contacting the ...

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