Law360 Employees Vote to Authorize Strike

Oct. 24, 2018, 1:13 PM

Journalists at a prominent legal news website voted to authorize a strike, escalating the conflict between a convulsive digital media industry and a U.S. labor movement that’s made the sector a target.

Employees of Law360, a unit of LexisNexis, voted two years ago to unionize but have been unable to secure a contract. On Oct. 23, they voted 141-11 to greenlight a work stoppage, according to the Communications Workers of America’s NewsGuild.

“It’s the most serious action that we could take, and although we don’t want to and we’re not planning to, we just want the company to know that ...

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