Harris v. Quinn

Harris v. Quinn Update

In this case, the Supreme Court declined requests to radically alter agency fee law, but refused to allow the charging of agency fees to certain “partial-public” employees.

Harris v. Quinn Decision

In late June, the US Supreme Court issued a much anticipated decision in Harris v. Quinn, a case in which the plaintiffs requested that the court rule unconstitutional the charging of agency fees in the public sector. Agency fees, also known as fair share, are fees charged by unions to all bargaining unit members (including those who choose not to join the union) to pay for expenses that arise out of a union’s representation activities.

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