Treasury rejects labor unions’ demand for modifications to Affordable Care Act

By Barbara Cotter, Attorney at Law Labor unions which once supported the Affordable Care Act now complain that it will irreparably harm their multi-employer health plans.  They have demanded regulatory action this year, before the new health insurance exchanges open for business. At issue are the health care subsidies available to those individuals who earn up … More Treasury rejects labor unions’ demand for modifications to Affordable Care Act

NLRB and U.S. Department of Justice Formalize Cooperation Regarding Immigration and NLRA Complaints

By Stephen R. McCutcheon, Jr., Attorney at Law For the past five years we have seen a growth in the interrelation and collaboration between state and federal agencies, and between agencies within the federal government.  For example, agencies such as the Department of Labor, OSHA, and IRS cooperate regarding investigations, and will make referrals of potential … More NLRB and U.S. Department of Justice Formalize Cooperation Regarding Immigration and NLRA Complaints