Back in September, I joked that the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) was on the verge of disbanding.
(Ok, maybe it wasn't "ha! ha!" funny. Just work with me here, will ya?)
Now, one week away from a scheduled November 30, 2011 meeting at which the NLRB will propose new rules...
April 20, 2012, Republican U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming, the
ranking member on the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee,
announced that it was expected that the full Senate on April 23 and 24 will
debate S.J. Res 36, which seeks to invalidate the NLRB's regulation that...
Another day, another NLRB development. April 30, 2012 was
supposed to be a big day for the NLRB. Both the poster
rule and the new election rules were to take effect . After some litigation
woes, the NLRB
put the poster rule on ice . Now, the election rule may be in trouble.
In May 2012 a federal district
court held the new NLRB election rule to be invalid because the Board lacked a
quorum when it purported to adopt it. Although the Board has temporarily
suspended the implementation of the rule, which had gone into effect on April
30, 2012, the future implications of...
It's on now!
Late yesterday afternoon, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce issued a press release in which it announced that it had filed this complaint in federal court against the National Labor Relations Board to strike the Board's election rules , passed last month, which would create faster...