Ian Kullgren, Bloomberg Law

Ian Kullgren

Bloomberg Law

Washington, DC, United States

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Past:
  • bloomberglaw.com
  • POLITICO
  • The Oregonian

Past articles by Ian:

Amazon Union Targets Kentucky Warehouse in Bid for a Drive (1)

Workers at a Kentucky Amazon facility are looking to form the first union outside of New York, according to an organizer and an attorney for Amazon Labor Union. → Read More

Apple Store Workers in Kentucky Announce Organizing Campaign

Workers at an Apple store in Louisville, Ky., are forming a union—and may even have enough support to win an election, according to the group’s leader. → Read More

Punching In: NLRB Memo Explores Expanding Union Picketing Rights

Labor board General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo has big plans for 2022, including a push to make it easier for workers to picket companies other than their employer and ratcheting up fines. → Read More

Restaurants’ bailout problem: Unemployment pays more

Restaurants represent less than 9 percent of Paycheck Protection loan recipients, but as of March accounted for the majority of layoffs nationwide. → Read More

America’s job market flips from hot to frozen

Experts and analysts warn that the nationwide unemployment could rise into the mid-teens by summer. → Read More

Mnuchin: Stimulus deal will be finalized today

The bill would tide the U.S. economy over for 10 -12 weeks, he says. → Read More

De Blasio asks Trump to send military to New York

“The military is the best logistical organization in the nation,” New York’s mayor said. → Read More

It’s a ‘wild west’ for medical supplies in states, Pritzker says

The governor of Illinois said it is chaos out there. → Read More

Many states are ill-prepared for unemployment benefits surge

Nearly half of U.S. states and jurisdictions are running dangerously low on unemployment cash. → Read More

Labor's civil war over 'Medicare for All' threatens its 2020 clout

In union-heavy primary states like California, New York, and Michigan, the fight over single-payer health care is fracturing organized labor. → Read More

Past leader of anti-immigration group resigns from Trump administration

Julie Kirchner was once a leading candidate for the top slot at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. | Matt York, File/AP Photo A former chief of an anti-immigration group who was once a leading candidate for the top slot at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has resigned. In an email to staff today, acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan said Julie Kirchner, the USCIS… → Read More

White House intervenes in General Motors strike

The effort would effectively put the White House on the side of the United Auto Workers. → Read More

Working Families Party endorses Warren in blow to Sanders

Elizabeth Warren trounced Bernie Sanders in a vote of Working Family Party members, garnering 61 percent of the vote compared to Sanders’ 36 percent. → Read More

USCIS changes automatic citizenship for children of overseas service members

Starting Oct. 29, parents of children born outside the U.S. will have to apply for citizenship on their child’s behalf. → Read More

How Beto O’Rourke would help workers

O‘Rourke’s proposal includes a grab bag of union protections currently under consideration by House Democrats. → Read More

How Bernie Sanders would boost unions

Sanders’ plan rests on major changes to federal labor law. → Read More

Trump's top economic advisers try to calm recession fears

White House trade adviser Peter Navarro and chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow rattled off a list of positive statistics about the economy under Trump. → Read More

Construction workers prepare to battle former ally Trump

A powerful union group uneasy about a Labor Department apprenticeship proposal has "the potential to be a significant force in the 2020 election." → Read More

Scalia’s challenge: Fiery old writings in a new era of #MeToo

In 1998, Eugene Scalia criticized “quid pro quo“ laws designed to hold bad bosses accountable. His writings animated his last Senate confirmation in 2001. → Read More

Trump likely to tap Scalia’s son for Labor chief

President Donald Trump is likely to nominate Eugene Scalia to be the next Labor secretary. → Read More