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Remote Hearings are New Default for Unfair Labor Practice Complaints

Posted in NLRB
The regional offices no longer need approval from the NLRB headquarters to schedule remote hearings for most unfair labor practice complaints.  Last week, the Office of the General Counsel released a memorandum instructing the regional offices to hold remote hearings for most ULP matters.  The memorandum also indicated that, effective immediately, any pending requests for… Continue Reading

Acting General Counsel Releases Report on FY 2012 Operations

Posted in NLRB, Union Membership
Last week, the NLRB’s Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon released his annual Summary of Operations (pdf). The memorandum summarizes the activities of the General Counsel’s office, which is responsible for the investigation and prosecution of unfair labor practice charges and the handling of representation cases.  Representation cases are requests from a union, employee, or employer… Continue Reading

Highlights From Acting General Counsel’s Annual Operations Summary

Posted in NLRB, Union Membership
Last week, AGC Lafe Solomon issued his annual summary of operations (pdf) for FY 2011. The summary reviews the various functions of the Acting General Counsel’s office, which include conducting secret ballot union elections and investigating and prosecuting unfair labor practice charges against employers and unions. Of the information reported, perhaps the most interesting given the NLRB’s… Continue Reading