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Chairman John Ring: The NLRB in 2019

Posted in NLRB, Rulemaking
On June 27, 2019, NLRB Chairman John Ring spoke at the 36th Carl A. Warns, Jr. and Edwin R. Render Labor and Employment Law Institute in Louisville, Kentucky.  Chairman Ring (R), a former management attorney who previously worked for the Teamsters before graduating from law school, was confirmed by the Senate in April 2018.  Chairman… Continue Reading

New Developments on the Joint Employer Standard

Posted in NLRB, Rulemaking
The NLRB intends to publish a notice of proposed rulemaking on the joint employer issue sometime this summer.  The NLRB had previously announced its intent to consider rulemaking on this issue, and our prior post on the subject explains in detail the background of the issue for those who are unfamiliar. The disclosure came in… Continue Reading

Senate Confirms Ring for NLRB

Posted in NLRB
The U.S. Senate voted yesterday by a narrow 50-48 margin to confirm the nomination of John Ring (R) to the NLRB.  Prior to his nomination, Ring was an attorney representing management at a large law firm.  The confirmation of his appointment returns the NLRB to a 3-2 Republican majority. Late last year, the NLRB also had… Continue Reading

Republican Majority on the Horizon for NLRB with Nomination of Management Attorney

Posted in NLRB
The NLRB may soon have a full complement of members, with Republicans back in the majority.  On January 12, 2018, President Trump nominated management-side attorney John Ring (R) to fill the single vacancy on the NLRB that opened when former Chairman Philip Miscimarra (R) stepped down last year. Ring is currently the co-leader of a… Continue Reading