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Former NLRB Acting General Counsel’s Service Invalid

Posted in Courts
Former NLRB Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon was not permitted to serve in that capacity once former President Obama nominated him for the position of General Counsel of the NLRB.  So held the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday in a 6-2 decision.  The decision is just the most recent in a line of cases on the NLRB’s… Continue Reading

Cry “Solidarity” and Let Loose the NLRB: A Significant Expansion of the NLRA’s Protections

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A recent NLRB decision will likely result in a significant expansion of the activity the NLRA protects. The case, Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market, Inc., 361 N.L.R.B. No. 12 (2014) (pdf), arose from a complaint about sexual harassment. A female employee – Elias – placed a message on a whiteboard at the request of her supervisor. A word… Continue Reading

OSHA and NLRB Agree to New Program: Employers Beware

Posted in NLRB
Earlier this week, the NLRB announced (pdf) that it had entered into a new program with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”).  The new program will likely result in the filing of more unfair labor practice charge complaints with the NLRB.  Under existing law, an employee who believes that she is being retaliated against… Continue Reading