WGA Seeks Dismissal of Talent Agencies’ Antitrust Lawsuit

October 11, 2019

The WGA East and West have filed a motion to dismiss a consolidated antitrust lawsuit brought by three of Hollywood’s biggest talent agencies – WME, CAA and UTA. That suit, which was filed in federal court in Los Angeles last month, alleges […]

The Hill OpEd: Workers are Winning the Debate

October 11, 2019

“During the primary races in 2016, there were nearly two dozen televised debates, plus another three debates during the general election,” writes Mary Kay Hill in The Hill. “But not a single one addressed how any of the candidates running for president […]

AFL-CIO Lists Organizing Wins

October 11, 2019

The AFL-CIO’s latest roundup of worker wins begins with nurses banding together to make patients’ lives better and includes numerous examples of working people organizing, bargaining and mobilizing for a better life: UChicago Medicine Ingalls Registered Nurses voted 72% in favor of of joining National […]

GM CEO Barra Takes a Role in Talks to End UAW Strike

October 10, 2019

General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra met with senior United Auto Workers officials to discuss the No. 1 US auto-maker’s most recent proposal to end a more than three-week-old strike that has cost it over $1 billion, a union spokesman […]

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