Tag Archives: tribal labor relations
Here are the materials in Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians v. Unite Here International Union (E.D. Cal) (No. 16-1057): 9 Motion to Dismiss 13 Tribe Opposition 14 Reply 18 DCT Order And here are the materials in Unite Here International … Continue reading →
Riley Plumer has published “Overriding Tribal Sovereignty by Applying the National Labor Relations Act to Indian Tribes inSoaring Eagle Casino and Resort v. National Labor Relations Board” in Law & Inequality.
Here: Opening Brief CNIGA Amicus Brief Fort Peck Amicus Brief Appellate Commissioner Order Casino Pauma Corrected Opening Brief NLRB Answer Brief UNITE HERE Brief Reply Brief Administrative materials: Administrative Law Judges Decision 6-4-2015 Board Decision 3-31-2015 Board Decision 12-3-2015 NLRB … Continue reading →
Here are the materials: Administrative Law Judges Decision June 4, 2015 Pauma Brief NLRB Counsel Answer Brief Board Decision We posted on this case here.
Here: 1 Complaint An excerpt: This is an action to protect the sovereignty of the Pueblo of Isleta (“Pueblo”) from infringement by the National Labor Relations Board and its members (collectively the “Board”) in violation of federal law, specifically this Circuit’s clear … Continue reading →
Lynn Stephen, MF, David Kamper, and James Kawahara James Kawahara Lynn Stephen
For Immediate Release (October 6, 2013) Manistee, MI COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS COMPLETED UNDER TRIBAL LAW Deepening a five year relationship under the labor law of the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians, the United Steelworkers Union and the Manistee, … Continue reading →
Third Collective Bargaining Agreement Signed under Tribal Law The Little River Casino Resort and the United Steelworkers Union have entered into a collective bargaining agreement covering the Resort’s EVS Bargaining Unit. This is the third collective bargaining agreement entered into … Continue reading →
U.N.A. v. Aakom-Kiyii Health Services: Alberta Has Jurisdiction Over Labor Relations For Services Rendered On-Reserve, By Aboriginals, For Aboriginals
In U.N.A. v. Aakon-Kiyii (Peigan/Piikani) Health Services, the Alberta Labour Relations Board (ALRB) asked, “[P]ut simply for this decision — does jurisdiction over labour relations in health services on Reserve rest with the Province of Alberta or Canada?” Great, succinct issue, but … Continue reading →
David Kamper has published “The Work of Sovereignty: Tribal Labor Relations and Self-Determination at the Navajo Nation.” Here is the book’s website. And the description: Who is shaping the future of economic development in Indian Country? Who has a say … Continue reading →