Labor

Supreme Court Rebuffs Labor Department

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Any reader of this article is probably well aware of one of the most commonly referenced federal statutes, namely, The Fair Labor Standards Act (29 U.S. Code §201, et seq.) (the “FLSA”). This statute deals essentially with setting forth minimum wage, the requirement of a customary 40 hour work week, and a time and a […]

Court Invalidates NLRB Quickie Election Rule

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On May 14, 2012, a federal judge in Washington D.C. agreed with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that the NLRB’s “quickie election” rule is invalid because it was adopted without the statutorily required three member quorum for Board action. . . 2012 – Court Invalidates NLRB Quickie Election Rule

Court of Appeals Enjoins NLRB’s Notice Posting Rule

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Yesterday, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia issued an order preventing the National Labor Relations Board from enforcing its “notice” rule until the Court decides the appeal of the National Association of Manufacturers seeking to overturn the rule. As we explained in our last client alert, the “notice” rule requires […]

NLRB’s Notice Posting Rule Postponed No Longer

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A federal judge in Washington, D.C. recently denied a request by the National Association of Manufacturers to further delay implementation of the NLRB “notice” rule. As we have explained in prior alerts, the rule requires most private sector employers (both union and nonunion) to post a notice that informs employees of their rights under the […]

NLRB Delays New Posting Rule

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In a previous client alert, we advised you that the National Labor Relations Board had recently promulgated a rule requiring all employers subject to its jurisdiction to post notices advising employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act. The rule was to be effective November 14, 2011. 2011 – NLRB Delays New Posting Rule […]