By Jack Toner

As we advised in an earlier posting on May 14, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that the NLRB’s so called “Ambush Election” rule was invalid because it was not adopted by a proper quorum of the NLRB Members –a quorum requires three Members.  At the time

By:  Kenneth R. Dolin

The Employee Free Choice Act is dead and the “streamlined” election and posting rules that the NLRB attempted to enact are in limbo, but the current Board has “swung the legal pendulum” toward labor unions in the following areas:

  • Granting more deference to union’s petitioned-for units as “an” appropriate unit, especially