BGD Attorney Andrew Gruber Comments on Right-To-Work Law in The Indiana Lawyer
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP attorney Andrew Gruber commented on Indiana’s right-to-work law in a recent article in The Indiana Lawyer. There is controversy on whether or not the law violates the Indiana Constitution. Union workers and employers will be affected by the Indiana Supreme Court’s decision.
An excerpt from the story is below. Click here to read the full article on The Indiana lawyer’s website.
Excerpt from ‘Battle over RTW heats up in courts’
Without Section 8, which bars any requirement that an individual join a union and pay dues, and Section 10, which makes violating Section 8 a crime, Indiana does not have a right-to-work law.
If the Supreme Court affirms the Lake County order, “it could really turn (the law) on its head,” said Andrew Gruber, partner at Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP. “Does the law survive if the decision is upheld? I don’t think so.”