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General Counsel Answers Labor Practitioners’ Questions

Posted in NLRB
Earlier this year, the NLRB’s General Counsel (“GC”), who is responsible for enforcing the NLRA, continued the annual practice of attending the Mid-Winter Meeting of the Practice and Procedure Committee of the ABA Labor and Employment Law section. The GC answered questions the committee had collected from labor law practitioners around the country. Late last… Continue Reading

AGC Memorandum Contains Answers to Questions from Practitioners

Posted in NLRB
Earlier this year, the Acting General Counsel met with the Practice and Procedure Committee of the American Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Section.  This meeting is an annual undertaking.  The AGC answered questions the Committee collected from labor law practitioners around the country. Earlier this month, the AGC released a memorandum (pdf) summarizing the questions that… Continue Reading

Employer Settles Complaint Arising from Discipline for Facebook Posting

Posted in NLRB
Last November, the NLRB’s regional office in Hartford, Connecticut, issued a complaint against an employer that had disciplined an employee for something she posted on her Facebook page.  The unfair labor practice complaint was previously reported on this blog. Yesterday, the NLRB announced that the employer had agreed to settle this charge.  As it relates to the portion of the… Continue Reading