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NLRB’s “Ambush Election” Rules Survive Federal Court Challenge

Those of you following the controversial recent revisions to the National Labor Relations Board’s union election rules know that those rules went into effect in April of this year, over a Congressional disapproval resolution.  (See our previous posts concerning the issuance and implementation of the rules here, here, and here.)  These rule changes have been labeled … Continue Reading

NLRB “Ambush” Election Rules Now In Effect

As if mid-April’s tax filing deadline wasn’t already enough of a downer, the NLRB has given employers the dreaded one-two punch, as its new union “ambush” election rules have now officially gone into effect. Although hailed by the Democrat members of the NLRB who championed them as modest changes intended to streamline the process of … Continue Reading

With Ambush Election Rules Poised To Go Into Effect, NLRB General Counsel Issues Guidance Memo

With President Obama’s veto of Congressional action seeking to bar the implementation of the NLRB’s proposed “ambush election” rules, unless a court enjoins the effective date of the rules in one (or both) of the lawsuits currently pending that challenge the rules, on April 14, new rules will go into effect governing the filing and processing … Continue Reading

Another early holiday gift to labor from the NLRB: Board implements final “ambush” election rule

On the heels of its decision requiring employers to permit employees with access to employer email systems to use those systems to send emails concerning non-business related matters, including union organizing and other communications concerning terms and conditions of employment (for example, soliciting support for wage and hour class actions) – see our post here on … Continue Reading

The NLRB’s “Ambush Election” Rule Is Now In Effect

On December 22, 2011, the National Labor Relations Board (“Board”) adopted a final rule which significantly modified, in certain respects, the procedure for processing representation petitions. The “ambush election” rule, which represents a scaled back version of a more comprehensive overhaul of election procedures proposed by the Board in June 2011, went into effect on … Continue Reading

NLRB Announces New Rulemaking Priorities (US)

As a part of the Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions (“Unified Agenda”) issued Wednesday, May 22, 2019, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) announced its regulatory road map, indicating three areas of the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) under which the agency intends to develop new or modified rules: access to an employer’s … Continue Reading

Major Developments for Union and Non-Union Employers – NLRB Announces New Standards For Employment Policies, Joint Employment, and Signals Change In Election Rules

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or Board) issued two groundbreaking decisions on December 14, which will give both union and non-union employers significantly more flexibility to manage their operations.  Earlier this week, the Board also signaled that it will revise the “quickie” election rules implemented in 2015 in the near future.  These developments will … Continue Reading

Hearing Set Before Senate Committee on NLRB Nominations

Updating our June 19 post, as expected, President Trump nominated Marvin Kaplan and William Emanuel to fill the two currently-vacant seats on the National Labor Relations Board.  A hearing on their nominations is now scheduled for July 13 before the Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions (HELP) Committee.  If recommended by the HELP committee, the nominees … Continue Reading

A Last Hurrah?  NLRB Majority Elevates Form over Substance to Give Union Another Chance After Election Defeat

With a soon-to-be reformulated Board, which will be comprised of a majority of Republican appointees, don’t expect to see decisions like this again anytime soon.  In 2015, the NLRB pushed through changes to its rules governing the secret ballot election process by which employees determine whether they wish to be represented by a labor union.  … Continue Reading

NLRB Exercises Jurisdiction Over Charter Schools

It’s been a busy summer for the National Labor Relations Board.  After issuing important decisions expanding the reach of the National Labor Relations Act to allow university graduate assistants and  temporary workers to seek to join unions, as well as decisions expanding back pay awards and limiting employers’ ability to replace striking staff, on August … Continue Reading

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