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The NLRB creates a new defense

USA - September 12 2013 A federal district court in Washington has struck down an NLRB petition for a Section 10(j) injunction because the NLRB lacked a valid quorum at the...

Has the NLRB created a new defense?

USA - August 23 2013 In court to get an injunction, the National Labor Relations Board faced the now-familiar argument that it lacked a quorum when the petition was...

D.C. Circuit finds NLRB recess appointments unconstitutional

USA - January 25 2013 In a stunningly positive development for employers, the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals today struck down the Obama Administration's...

Union allowed to invade sales floor

USA - January 2 2013 In Fred Meyer Stores, Inc., the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) found that the retail store and the union had a "past practice" of allowing one or...

Are the NLRB’s “special remedies” no longer reserved for “special” cases?

USA - July 9 2012 On May 22, 2012, the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB" or "Board") affirmed an Administrative Law Judge's Order directing an employer, as part of the remedy in an unfair labor practice case, to read the remedial notice aloud to its employees....

Karla E. Sanchez.