The Practical NLRB Advisor: Fall 2018 – JD Supra (press release)

On October 16, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

The Practical NLRB Advisor: Fall 2018JD Supra (press release)Ogletree Deakins’ Traditional Labor Relations Practice Group is pleased to announce the publication of the fall 2018 issue of the Practical NLRB Advisor. This issue examines the Supreme Court’s decision in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, which is destined … …read more

NLRB Halts Public Input on Construction Industry Bargaining – Bloomberg Law

On October 16, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

NLRB Halts Public Input on Construction Industry BargainingBloomberg LawThe National Labor Relations Board has stopped collecting public input in a case with the potential to rework or overturn key precedents on collective bargaining in the construction industry, signaling the board may abandon that issue for now. The NLRB … …read more

Conservative groups call on Senate to reject Trump nominee to NLRB – Washington Times

On October 16, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

Washington TimesConservative groups call on Senate to reject Trump nominee to NLRBWashington TimesConservative groups are urging a Senate committee to reject President Trump’s nomination of Democrat Mark Pearce to another five-year term on the National Labor Relations Board, saying he has a record of “overreaching” the agency’s authority in support … …read more

NLRB Majority Decides 50-50 Balls In Employer Favor – The National Law Review

On October 16, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

NLRB Majority Decides 50-50 Balls In Employer FavorThe National Law ReviewThe NLRB has been in a period of dormancy. When the make-up of the Board changed, a lot of people expected an onslaught of NLRB decisions reversing the reversals of precedent made by the agency in the last 8 years. Except for a couple of […]

In-N-Out Can Block Fight For $15 Buttons, Legal Group Says – Law360

On October 15, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

In-N-Out Can Block Fight For $15 Buttons, Legal Group SaysLaw360The free market legal advocacy group said the underlying NLRB doctrine presuming that customer-facing workers can wear pro-labor items violates the U.S. Constitution by putting workers’ labor rights above employers’ free speech rights. In-N-Out’s cert … …read more