07/01/2020

First Thursday, July 2020

Covered in this month’s podcast: Labor and employment issues coming out of the pandemic (00:00:43) The police reform movement (00:03:56) Brady Does Not Allow Employer To Fire Officer Without Providing Reasons, Borough of Gettysburg v. International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 776, 2020 WL 3022985 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2020) (00:15:01) Contract’s Wage Provisions Not Constitutionally Protected, Sullivan v. Nassau County Interim Finance Authority, 959 F.3d 54 (2nd Cir. 2020) (00:28:44) The issue of severance (00:36:54) Sergeants Not Severed From Rank-And-File Union, Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office, 46 NJPER ¶ 107 (N.J. PERC Rep. Dir. 2020) Labor Board Refuses To Sever Detectives From Sworn...

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Covered in this month’s podcast:







* Labor and employment issues coming out of the pandemic (00:00:43)* The police reform movement (00:03:56)* Brady Does Not Allow Employer To Fire Officer Without Providing Reasons, Borough of Gettysburg v. International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 776, 2020 WL 3022985 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2020) (00:15:01)* Contract’s Wage Provisions Not Constitutionally Protected, Sullivan v. Nassau County Interim Finance Authority, 959 F.3d 54 (2nd Cir. 2020) (00:28:44)* The issue of severance (00:36:54)* Sergeants Not Severed From Rank-And-File Union, Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office, 46 NJPER ¶ 107 (N.J. PERC Rep. Dir. 2020)* Labor Board Refuses To Sever Detectives From Sworn Unit, St. Petersburg Police Officers’ Association, 46 FPER ¶ 291 (Fla. PERC 2020)