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NLRB Chief Calls for More Policing of Financial-Core Member Fee Objections – Advocates For More Employee-Friendly Standard in Chargeability Challenges

By Attorney Bryan T. Symes – Weld Riley, S.C.

Earlier this month, the National Labor Relations Board’s (“Board”) general counsel, Peter B. Robb, issued Memorandum GC 19-06 [available here:https://www.nlrb.gov/news-publications/nlrb-memoranda/general-counsel-memos], through which he advocates for a more employee-friendly standard in connection with claims that unions have allegedly overcharged financial-core members [also commonly referred to as “dues-paying nonmembers”] in connection with activities beyond the scope of collective bargaining, contract administration and/or grievance adjustment, as explained below.   

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