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Sisters' Camelot Refuses NLRB Settlement, Hires Lawyer to "Avoid Union Incursion"

Started by Wobblies, April 29, 2013, 11:10:04 pm

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Sisters' Camelot Refuses NLRB Settlement, Hires Lawyer to "Avoid Union Incursion"

This Wednesday morning Sisters’ Camelot, a non-profit mobile food shelf engaged in a two-month-lo...ng strike of its canvass workers, rejected a settlement offer from the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), opting instead to fight the union in court. In order to do so, they have hired a right-wing, professional “union-avoidance” attorney, John C. Hauge from FordHarrison, a nation-wide anti-labor law firm, shocking the striking canvassers of the progressive organization. Concerned that Hauge is seeking to set precedent against independent contractors’ rights, the canvassers are seeking support from other unions and organizations.

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