Hot Topic: Gorsuch on Labor issues

March 17, 2017 | by Karin Sweigart

With the High Court's 4-4 split on Friedrichs v. California Teacher's Association last term fresh in many minds, Judge Gorsuch's view of labor issues has been one of the most debated items of his jurisprudence in the lead up to next week's confirmation hearings. In anticipation of what is sure to be a hot topic, here is a sampling of the commentary on Gorsuch's views on labor issues from across the legal and political spectrum. 

Federalist Society Blog: "Friedrichs Redux"

Labor and Employment Law Forum: "The Neil Gorsuch Effect on SCOTUS Labor Law Jurisprudence"

Law 360: "A Closer Look at Gorsuch's Labor Opinions"

Dorsey and Whitney LLP: "Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch An Encouraging Pick For Employers"

On Labor: "The Supreme Court Vacancy and Labor: Neil Gorsuch"

AFL-CIO: "7 Things You Need to Know About Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch"

United Steel Workers: "Unions Oppose Gorsuch for High Court"

NY Times: "Democrats' Line of Attack on Gorsuch: No Friend of the Little Guy"

LA Times: "Supreme Court nominee Gorsuch has sided with businesses on labor issues"