West Virginia teachers, take hold of your First Amendment rights, and your professional liability.  All government employees may exercise their First Amendment rights to resign from unwanted union membership by visiting myjanusrights.org.    On June 16, 2020, in United States District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia, Cathy Byers, former…(Read More)

DOL Updated 06/25/2020 On June 17, 2020, in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey (Camden), Robert Peter, former Secretary-Treasurer of American Postal Workers Union (APWU) Local 526 (located in Blackwood, N.J.), was sentenced to six months of home detention and three years of probation. Peter was…(Read More)

Another union official gets caught with his hand in the till in New Jersey, where union membership is high.  Even though the former finance office was only the part-time secretary for the local, he had complete power over the checkbook and took advantage of those union members who paid, willingly or not, for…(Read More)

After an investigation Former President and Secretary-Treasurer for the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), was sentenced to 366 days in prison and two years of supervised release.  He will report to the Bureau of Prisons on August 7.  Tony J. Liesenfeld, 49, was removed from office in December, 2015 after an…(Read More)


So far it appears that each UAW Officer to make a guilty plea has violated the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959, as amended (LMRDA) and failed to file these LM-30 (conflict-of-interest) forms correctly…(Read More)

As the UAW corruption investigation continues to trickle out headlines, so do the plea deals that create the headlines. The National Institute for Labor Relations Research (NILRR.org) compiled those plea agreements for your convenience. Downloadable Copies of UAW Scandal Related Plea Deals Gary Jones (Former UAW President)Alphons Iacobelli & Monica Morgan (spouse of…(Read More)

As news media recounts Attorney General Matthew Schneider as “losing patience” with United Auto Workers (UAW)  bosses who have stolen millions in dues from the union, one can only imagine how the UAW’s almost 400,000 rank and file members, especially those who are forced-dues payers, feel about the latest news on…(Read More)