July 18, 2014

What's Next? Harris v. Quinn and its Impact on Workers After the Supreme Court 2013 Term


Harris v. Quinn, Judith A. Scott, SEIU, What's Next

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONTACT:
Paul Guequierre

pguequierre@acslaw.org

WHAT: Service Employees International Union General Counsel and member of the ACS National Board of Directors, Judith A. Scott will discuss “What's Next? Harris v. Quinn and its Impact on Workers After the 2013 Term” as part of a series of member and press briefing calls hosted by the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy following the Supreme Court’s 2013 term.

With worker’s rights and the guarantee of a fair workplace under siege, the Supreme Court ruled on the First Amendment as applied to union dues, examining the right to collective bargaining by low wage homecare workers. The potential impact on labor unions as a result of the decision could be harmful. But workers and SEIU are fighting back. In Minnesota home health care workers, for example, took the first step in their push for higher wages and benefits, seeking a union election for about 26,000 personal care attendants. Union officials said it could be one of the largest organizing drives in state history.

See what other topics are part of the “What’s Next?” series here.

WHEN: Tuesday, July 22, at 4:00 p.m. EST

Please participate by calling (888) 503-8169 and entering the conference ID number: 3691395

The American Constitution Society for Law and Policy (ACS), founded in 2001 and one of the nation's leading progressive legal organizations, is a rapidly growing network of lawyers, law students, scholars, judges, policymakers and other concerned individuals dedicated to making the law a force to improve lives of all people. For more information about the organization or to locate one of the more than 200 lawyer and law student chapters in 48 states, please visit www.acslaw.org.