Trump Selects Republican Lawyer for NLRB Seat to Roll Back Policy Changes - Blue MauMau

On June 26, 2017, in NLRB, by Staff

Trump Selects Republican Lawyer for NLRB Seat to Roll Back Policy ChangesBlue MauMauPresident Donald J. Trump thoughtfully nominated Washington attorney Marvin Kaplan to sit on the National Labor Relations Board, no doubt hoping to nudge the agency toward a Republican majority that could overturn a number of decisions that have …and more …read more

You shouldn't have to give up your right to sue to get a job - Los Angeles Times

On June 26, 2017, in NLRB, by Staff

Los Angeles TimesYou shouldn’t have to give up your right to sue to get a jobLos Angeles TimesThe Solicitor General’s office under President Obama had joined in the NLRB’s September petition seeking a hearing before the Supreme Court, and defended the NLRB’s ruling that the arbitration agreements were not enforceable. In a disappointing but … […]

NLRB Denied DC Circ. Rehearing In FedEx Driver Status Row - Law360 (subscription)

On June 24, 2017, in NLRB, by Staff

NLRB Denied DC Circ. Rehearing In FedEx Driver Status RowLaw360 (subscription)Law360, Los Angeles (June 23, 2017, 8:44 PM EDT) — The D.C. Circuit on Friday refused to reconsider its reversal of a National Labor Relations Board finding on how FedEx drivers should be categorized, cementing its March decision that the workers were … …read more

NLRB Denied DC Circ. Rehearing In FedEx Driver Status Row - Law360 (subscription)

On June 24, 2017, in NLRB, by Staff

NLRB Denied DC Circ. Rehearing In FedEx Driver Status RowLaw360 (subscription)Law360, Los Angeles (June 23, 2017, 8:44 PM EDT) — The D.C. Circuit on Friday refused to reconsider its reversal of a National Labor Relations Board finding on how FedEx drivers should be categorized, cementing its March decision that the workers were … …read more

Take a Screen Shot of This: Supervisor Unlawfully Interrogated Employee Through Text, NLRB Says - The National Law Review

On June 23, 2017, in NLRB, by Staff

Take a Screen Shot of This: Supervisor Unlawfully Interrogated Employee Through Text, NLRB SaysThe National Law ReviewDespite its prevalence, however, texting can raise serious concerns for employers, particularly when such communication takes place between a supervisor and employee in the context of a union election. A recent National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) …and more …read […]