What You Can Find On the Web - the Board's §10(j) manual
by Michael Fox
Having been mostly out of pocket last week, I am sure this is old news now, but checking up this morning through Tom Mighell's (of Inter Alia fame) newsletter, I found mention of a new blog (to me) from the library at Lewis & Clark Law School, the BoleyBlogs, and a quick trip there found a reference to the allegedly complete (but bootlegged) copy of the National Labor Relations Board §10(j) manual. If I had been reading my regular blogs I would have found Robert Ambrogi's LawSites original post, last Monday, just like BoleyBlogs did, and I could have referred you to it then. I had difficulty getting the link to work, although it finally did. Hard to believe that there are that many people interested in Section 10(j) of the National Labor Relations Act, but if you have a real passion, just keep trying.