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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

The NLRB Expands Employer Authority over its Publicly Accessible Spaces

Posted in Property Rights, Union Organizing
In a win for employers’ private property rights, the NLRB last month gave employers greater rights to control how their property is used, including what occurs on publicly accessible spaces within that property, like a cafeteria.  In UPMC Presbyterian Hospital, 368 N.L.R.B. No. 2 (2019), the NLRB held that “an employer may prohibit nonemployee union… Continue Reading