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Monday, May 18, 2009

NLRB Speaks on Two Member Decisions


It might seem a little like inside baseball, but Jeffrey Hirsch at Workplace Prof Blog has a good explanation on the NLRB's statement that notwithstanding the DC Circuit's recent decision that it did not have the authority to issue two member decisions, it intends to continue to do so. NLRB's Reponse to Circuit Split on Two-Member Decisions.

For more background see Legality of 2 Member NLRB Decisions -- A Split Decision.

In many ways this is an attempt to keep the Board functioning notwithstanding the political neglect from past administrations (and Congress) which has too frequently treated the NLRB as unimportant.

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