Walker was joined at the hearing by representatives from the anti-worker group National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, which was founded by the Koch brothers, and American Enterprise Institute, which is supported by the Kochs.
What does NRTWLDF stand for?
NRTWLDF stands for National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation (also seen as NRWLDF)
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The lawsuit by the Virginia-based National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation seeks an immediate injunction to prevent the CTA from using or collecting a $60 fee it recently imposed on its 335,000 members to fund opposition to the governor's special-election ballot measures.
The law allows unions in Hawaii to collect money from nonmembers, but the union is required to open its records to make sure nonmembers are not subsidizing union activities unrelated to collective bargaining, according to the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, which is representing Swanson and other plaintiffs who may come forward.
In this case, the Charging Parties' counsel made the contention often made by the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation that a neutrality agreement is an example of top down organizing, which occurs when an employer supports a union during the selection of union representation by its employees.
area, via satellite or via telephone Why: As the only national organization dedicated solely to protecting workers from abuses of compulsory unionism, the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation is the foremost expert in this important area of the law.
With the help of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, a Virginia-based worker advocacy group, they are fighting back.
They, too, voted for union representation in a card check election that was challenged by the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation.
A majority of workers at TBB have expressed their preference in favor of union organization on two different occasions * first in a card check election in March, 2004 and then in an NLRB-supervised election in July of 2005, following legal challenges by the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation.