An evidentiary privilege to protect workers' confidential communications from disclosure in federal and state court proceedings would support unions.
Labor organizing privilege is not a magic bullet that will secure the rights of workers to organize and collectively bargain. Employers will continue to resist the efforts of their workers to organize.
From the 2016 Symposium: Dishwashers, Domestic Workers, and Day Laborers: Can Alternative Organizing Revive the Labor Movement? Panel II: Friend or Foe: Labor Law and Non-Union Workers March 25, 2016 Wilma B. Liebman Is the Depression-era National Labor Relations
Naomi B. Sunshine∞ I.Introduction II. Why is Legislation Necessary? A. Labor Law B. Antitrust Law 1. The Labor Exemption 2. The State Action Exemption III. The Legislation A. Scope of Coverage B. Improvements on the NLRA C. Antitrust Avoidance IV.