The Florida Supreme Court has cleared the way for collective bargainingby the State Employees Attorneys’ Guild, concluding that public-sectorattorneys can serve two masters – their government employers and unionleaders.
In a unanimous decision authored by Justice Charles T. Wells last week,the state’s highest court rejected the state’s argument that allowingpublic sector attorneys to unionize could jeopardize the loyalty ofstate agency advocates.
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