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Frederichs v. Cal. Teachers Ass’n, No. 14-915, argued Jan. 11, 2016

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Supreme Court Justices Appear Ready to Overturn Mandatory Union Fees for Public Sector Employees

Jackson Lewis P.C. • January 14, 2016
The United States Supreme Court appears headed toward outlawing “agency-shop” or “fair share” provisions in public sector collective bargaining agreements, requiring non-members to pay union fees, sometimes reluctantly, in lieu of dues. Frederichs v. Cal. Teachers Ass’n, No. 14-915, argued Jan. 11, 2016.

Supreme Court Appears Skeptical of Mandatory Public Employee Union Fees

XpertHR • January 14, 2016
The Supreme Court heard a significant labor case this week that could put the future of public employee unions in doubt. In Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, a majority of the Court's justices appeared ready to agree with a group of California teachers that claim their free speech rights are being violated when they are compelled to pay dues to the state's teachers' union.