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BA370 Case Analyses 6 (1) Chao v. Gotham Registry and (2) United Food and Commercial Workers Union, Local 204 NLRB ((***** Answered All questions + APA Format + References *****))

Case Analyses: select TWO court cases (from different chapters) from the list below, and respond in writing to the case questions. The written analysis of both cases should be approximately 2 pages total; use parenthetical citations and a corresponding works cited list when referencing specific information from the text or other sources, and follow other prescribed guidelines for APA format.

Chao v. Gotham Registry (Ch 12, p 395)

Whalen v. J.P. Morgan Chase (Ch 12, p 405)

Vehar v. Cole National Group (Ch 12, p 415)

Livick v. Gillette (Ch 13, p 430)

Battoni v. IBEW Local Union No. 102 Employee Pension Plan (Ch 13, p 435)

DiFelice v. U.S. Airways (Ch 13, p 443)

MasTec Advanced Technologies (Ch 14, p 466)

United Food and Commercial Workers Union, Local 204 v. NLRB (Ch 14, p 475)

NLRB v. Whitesell Corp. (Ch 15, p 490)

 

Chao v. Gotham Registry (Ch 12, p 395)

1. What was the legal issue in this case?  What did the court decide?

2. Why did it ultimately not matter that the staffing agency had a policy requiring prior approval of overtime work? That the agency was not in the workplace and had no prior notification of the disputed overtime work?

3. What should the staffing agency done instead? Would the court’s suggestions be workable? Legal?

4. Do you agree with the decision in this case? Should the hospitals that requested the overtime work share in liability for any violations of the FLSA? Explain.

 

United Food and Commercial Workers Union, Local 204 v. NLRB (Ch 14, p 475)

 

1. What were the legal issues in these two cases? What did the court decide?

2. Why were the employer’s action discussed in the first case deemed unfair labor practices?

3. Why did the employer’s statements about prior plant closing not violate the NLRA? Couldn’t they reasonably be viewed as implied threats? Are you persuaded that that the employer had a legitimate business reason for its videotaping? What effect does videotaping likely have on employees?

4. How should employers respond to union organizing?

 

 

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