The Supreme Court ruled in Janus v. ASFCME that unions can't collect fees from non-union-members in the public sector. But what does it mean for workers and unions in the private sector?

The Janus decision could still do some damage to unions that represent them because big private sector unions have been organizing government workers.

"The Teamsters, SEIU, the Auto Workers, to the extent that their revenue stream is reduced, they'll have less dollars to commit in the private sector for organizing new members," says Ballard Spahr Partner Steven Suflas.

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