Registration for Butzel Long's "Michigan's Right-to-Work Law Briefing" is now closed. If you are interested in attending future briefings, please click here.
On December 11, 2012, Michigan enacted “right-to-work” laws for both private sector and public sector employers. The laws will make it unlawful to require an employee to become a union member or to pay union dues or fees as a condition of employment.
This briefing will review these new laws and how they may impact unions and collective bargaining strategies, including potential union requests to extend current contracts before the law becomes effective. Issues regarding how to administer dues check-offs will also be discussed. In addition, the panel will address how the new “right-to-work” legal environment may affect non-unionized employers and their tactics for staying union-free. We will discuss the potential legal challenges to the new laws, as well.
- Robert Boonin
- Craig Schwartz
Seating is limited for this breakfast briefing. Please register by January 25, 2013.
Registration fee is $25 and includes a continental breakfast. Credit card and check payments are accepted.
For inquiries, please contact Jonathan Spencer at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 313.983.6995