U.S. SUPREME COURT

Knox v. Service Employees International Union, Local 1000

LABOR LAW — Collective Bargaining — Dues — First Amendment

New Jersey Law Journal

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Under the First Amendment, when a union imposes a special assessment or dues increase levied to meet expenses that were not disclosed when the regular assessment was set, it must provide a fresh notice and may not exact any funds from nonmembers without their affirmative consent.

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