Webinar

What You Need to Know About the ‘Advice Exemption’ in the Final Persuader Rule

Wednesday, May 18 | 2:00-3:15 p.m. ET

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This is a free webinar. Registration is required for participation.

On March 24, the Department of Labor (DOL) issued its final rule addressing the “advice exemption” to the persuader rule in the Labor-Management Reporting Disclosure Act of 1959. According to DOL, the rule was put in place to increase employers’ transparency to employees about their position regarding union representation or collective bargaining. Under the new rule, employers are required to disclose any outside advisers they hire to counter union organizing efforts.

With the final rule effective on July 1, join us for this webinar to learn:

  • How the “advice exemption” alters the instructions to forms LM-10 (filed by the employer) and LM-20 (filed by labor relations consultants)
  • What changes we could see now that the term “protected concerted activities” has been eliminated from the definition of “object to persuade employees;” and
  • What additional steps you need to take to keep your institution compliant under this rule.


Credits & Presenters


  • 1.25 General Credit Hours *


  • 1.25 General Credit Hours

  • Jonathan Fritts
    Partner

    Morgan Lewis

  • Dan Bordoni
    Partner

    Morgan Lewis

Additional Resources

The Higher Ed Workplace Blog | “DOL Issues Final “Persuader” Rule”
The Higher Ed Workplace Blog | “DOL’s Persuader Rule Nears Fruition”


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