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The Content of Coercion
(U.C. Davis Law Review, 2019)
This Article is about a new approach to one of the law's most basic questions: what is coercion? Under its traditional framing, coercion is about transactions. One person makes an offer to another person, who, under the ...
The idea that the right mix of conditions will spark workers to engage in mass collective action is a theme sometimes invoked by labor movement writers, activists, and reformers. It is also an assumption found — and ...
Organizing the State: The “New Labor Law” Seen from the Bottom-Up
(Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law, 2018)
U.S. labor and employment law is broken. Evidence of the decay can be gleaned from the steep decline in unions and collective bargaining, inadequate employment protections, ineffective enforcement of many employment laws, ...
(Law and Contemporary Problems, 2019)
Reflections on the modern labor movement tend to take a bad-news/good-news approach to the future: yes, unions are down, but a new trend suggests they are far from out. The framing is optimistic, but also right. What’s ...