Taft Cincinnati partner Brian Dershaw was quoted in the Law360 Employment Authority article, “NLRB Dues Checkoff Shift Shields Labor From ‘Nuclear’ Tactic,” published on Oct. 11. The article discusses the recent National Labor Relations Board decision that stated employers must continue to deduct union dues from employees’ paychecks after collective bargaining agreements expire.
Dershaw stated that axing dues checkoff arrangements was not an option “that employers implemented just because they could,” but instead “looked at it much more broadly, including how a union and its members would respond and what else might be as or more effective in negotiations.”
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Dershaw is chair of Taft’s Cincinnati Employment and Labor Relations practice and has broad experience serving as labor relations, employment, and litigation counsel for a wide range of clients. Among the Best Lawyers in America for Labor Law, he continues Taft’s strong tradition as a nationally recognized traditional labor firm.