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Supreme Court Embraces Starbucks in Battle with “Union”

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The “Memphis 7” did not win the support of the Supreme Court in a dispute with Starbucks after being fired for an attempt to unionize at one of the massive coffee chain’s locations.

The decision comes with other impact, potentially making it a lot harder for the National Labor Relations Board to defend future workers who are let go over efforts to organize. Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in his opinion, ““it is hard to imagine how the Board could lose under the reasonable-cause test if courts deferentially ask only whether the Board offered a minimally plausible legal theory, while ignoring conflicting law or facts.”

This has been a time where more and more workers have been striking in an effort to gain ground against high-profile companies and their practices.




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