NRTW Legal Team Ready to Defend Wisconsinites’ Right To Work

Free Legal Aid for those who believe that their rights under the new Wisconsin Right To Work law are being denied or abridged.   National Right to Work Foundation expands its current legal efforts in Wisconsin.  Since Wisconsin Act 10 was passed, NRTW has been defending the rights of Wisconsin employees under Act 10 and the law, which granted Right To Work protection to most public employees.

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From the National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation, Inc.:

Worker Advocate Offers Legal Aid to Wisconsin Workers Seeking to Exercise Rights under New Right to Work Law

Foundation has long history of assisting workers seeking to refrain from union membership and dues payments

Washington, DC (March 10, 2015) – The National Right to Work Foundation is offering free legal aid to Wisconsin private-sector workers seeking to exercise their right under Wisconsin’s newly-enacted Right to Work law to refrain from union membership and union dues payments.

On Monday, Governor Scott Walker signed the nation’s newest Right to Work law, effective Wednesday, March 11, 2015. Under the law, workers will no longer be required to pay union dues as a condition of employment once the current union monopoly bargaining agreement in their workplace expires.

The National Right to Work Foundation has a long history of assisting employees seeking to exercise their Right to Work rights, most recently under Right to Work provisions enacted in Indiana and Michigan. Foundation attorneys also provided free legal representation to Wisconsin public-sector employees who sought to refrain from paying union dues or fees under Walker’s 2011 public-sector union reforms, commonly referred to as “Act 10.”