As another year draws to a close, many employers might be ready to put 2013 in their rear view mirrors. Never mind the continued and broad challenges they faced in the still-uncertain economic climat
...Obama appointed, among others, three members of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). No president had ever previously made a recess appointment during a Senate...
Arbitration Award • Confirmation • Assignment of Work • Non-Union Workers • PESCA/CSA • Jurisdictional Disput
In prosecuting legal malpractice actions and other consumer causes arising from financial injury, this author is, unfortunately, often the recipient of tit-for-tat Dragonetti and sanctions threats
...union waives that right. The memo was written by the NLRB’s Office of General Counsel and was obtained through a Freedom...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...the president's recess appointment power. The stakes are high. The NLRB is appealing a January decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals...
Part I of this series outlined the evolution of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the scope of its powers, and the in-roads the fledgling federal agency has made in material areas of t
Stepping back from the brink of possibly overturning affirmative-action programs, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sent back to lower courts the University of Texas program that was under challenge i
...suggested that the ramifications of the impasse could go well beyond the NLRB. If Republicans filibuster the nominations, Sanders said, Democrats "should change the...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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