University of Baltimore Law Review


The significant increase in employer proposals for concessions at the collective bargaining table has resulted in controversial decisions re-defining some of the bargaining rights and obligations of both management and unions. The author discusses the legal and practical differences between concession bargaining during the term of a collective bargaining agreement and at contract termination, examines the financial disclosure requirement which frequently arises, and analyzes the recent NLRB and court decisions which have a significant impact on this area of the law.

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