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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

Déjà vu All Over Again – The National Labor Relations Board Re-Issues “Ambush Election” Rules

In June 2011, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or “Board”) proposed an administrative rule that sought to dramatically change the processes and procedures by which labor unions obtain the right to represent private sector US employees. The rule faced fierce opposition, with more than 65,000 comments filed, most opposing the changes, which in substance, … Continue Reading