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June 28, 2018


Alan Klinger, Stroock’s Co-Managing Partner and Co-Chair of the Litigation Group, was quoted in a Law360 article that discusses the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on Wednesday which upheld Illinois state worker Mark Janus’ bid to overturn the standard set in a 1977 ruling known as Abood v. Detroit Board of Education. This ruling allowed public employers to require nonunion workers in union-represented bargaining units to pay agency fees, also known as “fair share” fees, to cover the cost of collective bargaining so long as the workers were not forced to pay for a union’s political or ideological activities. To read the article, please click here (subscription required).


Alan M. Klinger

Co-Managing Partner

New York