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Potential Path for Carriers and Employers to Enjoin Strikes over COVID-19 Issues: Court Rejects Union’s Effort to Use Safety Statute to Justify Illegal Strike

USA - January 5 2021 Many employers have been dealing with threats of COVID-19 related work stoppages over the past several months. Whether such strike…

Molly Gabel

NLRB Issues Much Anticipated Joint Employer Rule Returning to its ”Substantial Direct and Immediate Control” Test and Providing Welcomed Clarity for Contracting Employers

USA - March 10 2020 On February 25, 2020, the National Labor Relations Board (the Board”) issued its final rule setting forth the standard for determining joint-employer…

NLRB Issues a Flurry of Decisions, Revealing Several Anticipated Gifts for Employers Just in Time for the Holidays

USA - December 26 2019 Seyfarth Synopsis: The National Labor Relations Board, pushed out a number of noteworthy decisions early this week. The Board’s holiday rush…

Rachael P. Reed

NLRB Issues a Flurry of Decisions, Revealing Several Anticipated Gifts for Employers Just in Time for the Holidays

USA - December 23 2019 Seyfarth Synopsis: The National Labor Relations Board, pushed out a number of noteworthy decisions early this week. The Board's holiday rush…

Blurred Lines: Under New “Perfectly Clear” Standard, NLRB Finds that Seller’s Conduct Prohibits Asset Purchaser from Setting Initial Terms

USA - August 11 2016 Seyfarth Synopsis: In yet another pro-union, results-driven decision, the NLRB announces a new approach to evaluating whether an asset purchaser has…