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Addressing Labor Law Issues for Low-Income Workers

Encouraging Collective Self-Help

By David Huffman-Gottschling

In the labor law community the argument is unrefuted that low-wage nonunion workers face unjust treatment by their employers more frequently and more severely than the unionized or professional labor force. Lawyers can advocate fair labor standards to protect low-income workers under the National Labor Relations Act.

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