Regulations on Aids for Legal Service and Living Expenses of Labor-Management Disputes（2016.10.13）
1.Amended and promulgated Articles 2、5、15-1～15-7 on September 5, 2014
2.Amended and promulgated Articles 2、4、5、27、15-8～15-13 on December 5, 2014
3.Amended and promulgated Articles 2、15-9 on October 13, 2016
Article 2 The scope of aid for workers in labor-management disputes includes the following:
1.Fees for attorneys representing workers (hereinafter referred to as representation fees) in civil litigation procedures, injunctive procedures, supervisory procedures and compulsory execution procedures, and for drafting legal documents;
2.Representation fees for filing lawsuits before commencement of criminal trial procedures;
3.Representation fees for arbitration procedures conducted in accordance with the Arbitration Act;
4.The cost of civil litigation procedures, injunctive procedures, supervisory procedures and compulsory execution procedures in a court of law;
5.Representation fees for attorneys filing lawsuits on behalf of workers to seek adjudication of disputes on dismissal, demotion, wage reduction or any other unfair treatment resulting from unfair labor practices specified in Subparagraphs 1, 3 and 4 of Paragraph 1 of Article 35 of the Labor Union Act; and
6.Necessary living expenses that workers require during litigation periods.
Article 15-9 When workers who lack sufficient financial resources file for adjudication of disputes on dismissal, demotion, wage reduction or any other unfair treatment resulting from unfair labor practices specified in Subparagraph 1, 3 or 4 of Paragraph 1 of Article 35, they may apply for the aid as established in Subparagraph 5 of Article 2 without undergoing the mediation procedure of the relevant authority.
No aid shall be provided to the applicant if the application for the adjudication of a labor-management dispute described in the preceding paragraph has been rejected by the Decision Board for Unfair Labor Practices as stated in Paragraph 1 of Article 41 of the Act for the Settlement of Labor-Management Disputes.