The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation has provided free legal aid to hundreds of thousands of employees nationwide whose human and civil rights have been violated by compulsory unionism abuses.
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Below, you will learn more about just a select few of the courageous individuals who have stood up to protect their rights in the face of such abuses. Their unique cases have provided hope for those workers throughout the nation who have stood up for the principle that no American should be forced to join or pay dues to a union.
Winning Precedents at the U.S. Supreme Court
- Mark Janus – Victory at Supreme Court Strikes Down Forced Union Dues for Public Workers
- Dianne Knox – Supreme Court Strikes Down Scheme to Force State Employees to Fund Union Politics
- Pam Harris and Susie Watts – Moms Targeted By Big Labor Win at the U.S. Supreme Court
- Gary Davenport – Fighting for Freedom of Speech at the U.S. Supreme Court
Fighting Back Against Forced Unionism Abuses
- Randy Boettjer – Got His “Life Back” After Union Officials Try to Take Him for $275,000
- Stephen Burke – Fighting Forced Dues in the Workplace
- Danielle Cookson – 16 Year-Old Fighting Back Against Union Threats to her Job
- Sherwood Cox – Exposing “Neutrality Agreement” Hypocrisy
- Jerry Evans – Justice Won After An Unlawful Firing
- Jeanette Geary – After 9 Years, Nurse Wins Sweeping NLRB Decision Against Union Boss Forced Dues Scheme
- Glen Greenwood – Standing Up for Religious Freedom
- Shucheng Huang – A Victim of Union Terror
- Mike Ivey – Battling Back Against “Card Check” Union Organizing Abuse
- Lehigh Valley Hospital Workers – Hospital Employees Win NLRB Victory against Union they Never Supported
- Karen Mayhew – Taking the Lead Against “Card Check” Coercion
- Debora Nearman – Won First Forced-Fees Refund Under Janus Decision
- Juan Vielma – “I work to get paid; I don’t pay to work.”
- Patricia Woodward – Fired for Refusal to Pay Union Dues
- Henry Weilmuenster – Removed Unpopular Teamster’s Bosses from Warehouse