Labor Consultant Rules

The Department of Labor has just published its long anticipated new rule governing disclosure of "persuader activity." The rule is designed to require law firms and other consultants to detail the fact of any agreement to undertake certain activities to persuade employees concerning their collective bargaining or organizing rights. As expected the terms are broadly construed to require disclosure.
There will doubtless be significant challenges to enforcement. The new rules require broad disclosure of financial matters for law firms, including arguable economic activity not logically related to persuading employees concerning union representation.

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