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As previously discussed here, the NLRB recently announced that it is taking another shot at speeding up union elections. The NLRB will be holding a two-day public hearing on the proposed rules starting tomorrow. The entire hearing will be webcast live from the NLRB”s official site. Here’s more info on the proposed rules, including a …


In news that is certain to reignite fierce debates between employer and union groups, the NLRB announced today that it will take another shot at speeding up union elections. What’s the big deal? In short, the rules are designed to speed up the election process. Business groups have not-so-lovingly dubbed them “quickie” or “ambush” elections. Quicker …


Employers all over the nation are exhaling today … On Monday, a federal court rejected the NLRB’s new expedited union election rules on the grounds that the Board lacked a quorum when they were passed. Yesterday, the NLRB announced that it has “temporarily suspended” the rules, which had taken effect on April 30. Two Out …


The NLRB’s new election rules are now in effect. Employers all over the nation are freaking out. Don’t. Here’s what you really need to know. What’s the latest? The rules officially went into effect yesterday, April 30. To mark the occasion, the NLRB’s General Counsel issued new guidance  describing in rather excruciating detail how the new …

NLRB Poster Rule Enjoined

Yesterday, we reported on a federal court that found the NLRB’s union rights poster requirement to be unlawful. Today, a different federal court (the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals) enjoined the rule pending further review of its legality. Here’s the full opinion. That means the April 30 deadline for posting the notice is now officially dead. …

NLRB Poster Dead?

You may not have to post those NLRB union rights posters (described previously here) after all. Late last week, a federal court rejected the NLRB’s requirement that employers post a notice of employee rights under the National Labor Relations Act. The Ruling In Chamber of Commerce of the United States v. NLRB, the court ruled that …

Posting Rule Upheld (Sort Of)

A federal court upheld most of  the NLRB’s notice posting rule, described previously here. The Suit The rule requires private sector employers to post a notice informing employees of their union rights. The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and others filed a lawsuit seeking to block the rule, asserting that it violates the First Amendment, …

NLRB Rejects Class Action Waivers

Previously here on the Blawg, we discussed last year’s Supreme Court ruling that employers can require employees to waive class actions in favor of arbitration. Employers across the nation rejoiced. Not so fast … The NLRB just ruled that such agreements violate the an employee’s right to protected concerted activity under the National Labor Relations Act …

President Makes NLRB Appointments

Today, President Obama made three “recess” appointments to the National Labor Relations Board. They are: Sharon Block (Democrat, Labor Department official) Richard Griffin (Democrat, union lawyer) Terence Flynn (Republican, NLRB lawyer) Bios of each appointee can be found in the President’s press release here. As of yesterday, the NLRB had no quorum following the expiration …

NLRB Paralysis?

Following up on yesterday’s post, The New York Times is reporting that Republican Brian Hayes has threatened to resign from the NLRB. That would deny the Board the three-person quorum it needs to action on items such as the proposed union election rules. For more on the latest political wrangling, click here.