WGBH On Campus Publishes “Opinion: NLRB Decision Opens Pandora’s Box”

WGBH On Campus published a post by Anthony Dragga and David Felper on August 26 covering a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruling that teaching and research assistants are to be defined as employees under the National Labor Relations Act. The decision, which grants higher education assistants the right to unionize, carries major implications for private colleges and universities throughout the United States.

Read “Opinion: NLRB Decision Opens Pandora’s Box” on the WGBH On Campus blog.

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David M. Felper

David Felper is a senior labor and employment lawyer, focusing his practice on advising colleges and universities, nonprofits and social service agencies, primarily in central Massachusetts. David also represents employers in the manufacturing sector along with other traditional businesses. “My clients vary in size, ranging from a few employees to several thousand. Regardless of their size or type, I strive to be highly responsive.”

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Tony Dragga is an Associate in the firm’s Estate, Financial & Tax Planning Practice Area, helping clients in Massachusetts with a variety of matters, including estate planning and the preparation and administration of estates.

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David Felper is a senior labor and employment lawyer, focusing his practice on advising colleges and universities, nonprofits and social service agencies, primarily in central Massachusetts. David also represents employers in the manufacturing sector along with other traditional businesses. “My clients vary in size, ranging from a few employees to several thousand. Regardless of their size or type, I strive to be highly responsive.”

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