The Obama NLRB, National Security & Family Haircuts

On July 20, 2015, in CNLP Cases, NLRB, Public Policy, Recent CNLP cases, by Jacob Hitt

The RoySpa Case Against Abusive Law Suits on Small Businesses “…this is two little people up against a national union—a huge union—the Teamsters in fact, and the federal government coming after you, telling you that they have rights over everything you own. (Over) cutting a woman’s hair!” –Joyce Cayli, RoySpa owner Introduction to RoySpa LLC case […]

RoySpa LLC (Teamsters Local 2) NLRB – National Defense

On March 25, 2014, in CNLP Cases, Recent CNLP cases, by Staff

The Teamsters Union filed an unfair labor practice charge with NLRB Region 19 to force the husband/wife run beauty salon business to recognize the Teamster Union at Malmstrom AFB, Montana. The union had represented employees at a former barber shop on base. Region 19 argued that while the beauty salon did not meet the commerce […]

OUTRAGEOUS: Beauty Salons Vital to National Defense…. so saith the NLRB

On March 16, 2014, in NLRB, by National Labor Policy Staff

With a straight face, the NLRB argues a two-person business is not entitled to fees when they proved haircuts are not vital to national defense. Before reaching my conclusion that the national defense standard was not sufficient on the facts here to assert jurisdiction, I expressly stated that this case fell between the two lines of cases […]