Category: First Thursday Podcasts

First Thursday, April 2019

This month’s cases include: California Supreme Court Ducks (For Now) Major Retirement Question But Allows End To ‘Air Time,’ Cal Fire Local 2881 v. California Public Employees’ Retirement System, 2019

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First Thursday, March 2019

Our first premium podcast was released on February 20. Will interviewed noted FLSA attorney Greg McGillivary. Subscribe to our newsletter or premium podcasts for access. This weeks cases include: Blanket

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First Thursday, February 2019

Have you heard about our new premium subscription service? We’re adding a second monthly podcast interview series, access to LRIS books and newsletter articles, and a 5% discount off of

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First Thursday, January 2019

Happy 2019 from LRIS. This month’s cases include: Arbitrator Upholds Termination Of Tamir Rice Officer, But On Other Grounds, Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association, AAA #01-17-0003-7910 (James Rimmel 2018). Unions And

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First Thursday, November 2018

Another survey! This one is about LRIS seminars, and one lucky participant will receive a $25 Amazon gift card. Complete the survey online here https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5JSN8L7. The deadline to be entered

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First Thursday, October 2018

Show Notes What do you think of the podcast? How do you listen? Help us make the podcast better by taking our short survey! This month’s cases: What Happens If

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First Thursday, September 2018

This month’s cases: FOP’s Attempt To Intervene In Consent Decree Case Untimely, State of Illinois v. City of Chicago, 2018 WL 3920816 (N.D. Ill. 2018). Citizen’s Initiative Cannot Be An

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First Thursday, August 2018

Ten question to ask in the wake of the Janus decision. Wyoming Law Requires That Volunteers Be Included In Firefighter Bargaining Unit, IAFF, Local 5058 v. Gillette/Wright/Campbell County Fire Protection

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First Thursday, July 2018

Show Notes The big news this month is, of course, the Supreme Court’s Janus decision. Will discusses the court’s reasoning behind the decision, its immediate effects, and how public safety

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First Thursday, June 2018

This month’s cases include: Refusal To Change Report Not Protected Speech, Davis v. City of Chicago, 2018 WL 2107586 (7th Cir. 2018) ‘Site Visits” To Fire Stations Violate Duty To

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First Thursday, May 2018

Will covers a significant new Brady decision out of Vermont (Hubacz v. Village of Waterbury, 2018 WL 1660050 (Vt. 2018)) as well as the following cases: ‘Site Visits’ To Fire

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First Thursday, April 2018

In this month’s podcast, Will discusses the following cases: The Requirements Of The Duty Of Fair Representation, City of Bridgeport, 2018 WL 1151187 (Ct. Dept. Lab. 2018). Hearsay Alone Cannot

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First Thursday, March 2018

Will talks about developments with the Cadillac Tax on high-cost health insurance plans and other ways congressional action is affecting public safety labor issues. He also addresses a question about

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First Thursday, February 2018

This month’s cases include: Officer Cell Phone Search Case Heading To Trial, Port Authority PBA v. Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, 2017 WL 4403310 (S.D.N.Y. 2017). Fire

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First Thursday, January 2018

The effects of the Tax Cut and Reform Bill. Minimum Staffing For Police Not Negotiable In Illinois, Village of Maywood, 34 PERI ¶ 77 (Ill. LRB Gen. Counsel 2017). Taser

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First Thursday, December 2017

This month’s First Thursday podcast is a week late because the podcast producer dropped the ball (sorry). We’re offering a prize to the first listener who can identify the classic

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First Thursday, November 2017

Will talks about the rising police wages in several large California cities and the following cases: Threats Made By Family Of Suspect Shot By Officer Do Not Amount To ‘Extraordinary

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First Thursday, October 2017

Will discusses the Supreme Court’s decision to hear a fair share case, what the ruling will likely be and how it will effect public safety employee unions. He also covers

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First Thursday, September 2017

In this month’s podcast, Will discusses the the potential impact of the nominee to head Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division. He also talks about public perception of police

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First Thursday, August 2017

This month cases: Brady And The Privacy Of Personnel Records, Association for Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs v. Superior Court, 2017 WL 2962901 (Cal. App. 2017) Bill Of Rights Requires Administrative

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First Thursday, July 2017

In this month’s podcast: Deputies Terminated For ‘Spouse-Swapping,’ Coker v. Whittington, 2017 WL 2240300 (5th Cir. 2017) ‘Last Chance’ Agreements Under Civil Service Rules, Whitwer v. Civil Service Commission, 2017

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First Thursday, June 2017

In this month’s podcast: What Impact Will The AHCA Have On Public Safety Bargaining? Firefighters, Staffing, And Bargaining, City of Everett, 2017 WL 1423520 (Wash. PERC 2017) Divided Kansas Court

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First Thursday, May 2017

Will discusses the recent passage in the House of Representative of a bill legalizing comp time in the private sector. He also covers the following cases: The Fact Witness Cannot

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