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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

Dispelling the Myth that the National Labor Relations Act Protects Only Union Activities

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When you give employees their raises, do you tell them not to discuss their compensation with other employees? Does your employee handbook contain a policy that instructs employees not to discuss their compensation with others, either within the company or outside of the company? Do you have a social media policy that advises employees that […]

Court Invalidates NLRB Quickie Election Rule

Posted on in Employment, Publications

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. The decision turns on what it means to “participate” in an administrative vote which is taken […]

Changes to Ohio’s Corporate and LLC Laws Enacted

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Substitute House Bill 48 will become effective May 4, 2012. This act makes a number of changes to Ohio’s corporation and limited liability company (LLC) laws. If you do business in the form of one of these entities, these changes could affect you. Following is a brief description of some of the topics covered in […]

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 […]