Hogler has taught and researched labor and employment law for more than three decades. His publications focus on legal policies affecting American workers, particularly laws regulating collective action. Most recently he has written on the topic of right to work laws, which authorize states to prohibit union security agreements in collective bargaining agreements. In 2007, he taught at the University of Tuscia in Viterbo, Italy as a Fulbright Distinguished Chair of Labor Law and did research on comparative employment systems.
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Examines the legal policies regulating union security from the beginnings of federal labor law through the enactment of the National Labor Relations Act in 1935.