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House joins Senate in passing resolution to disapprove new NLRB election rule

USA - March 25 2015 Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 232-186 in favor of passing a resolution to disapprove the National Labor Relations Board's...

Shavaun Adams Taylor, Stephanie Dodge Gournis.

How the “ambush” election process will work: NLRB’s acting general counsel issues guidance on new procedures

USA - May 1 2012 The talk of the employer community lately has been the National Labor Relations Board’s highly controversial final rule that severely and substantially modifies certain procedures in representation cases....

Mark D. Nelson.

Second Circuit holds employees may lawfully picket hospital providers without providing 10-days’ notice

USA - August 13 2009 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recently held that employees of a health clinic may lawfully picket a health care provider without giving the provider 10-days’ notice as required under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA or the Act)....

Simona F. McConnell.