NLRB

On June 17, 2020, National Labor Relations Board General Counsel Peter Robb issued GC Memo 20-08 (“Memo”), providing Regional offices new directives for taking certain witness testimony and accepting audio/video
Continue Reading New NLRB Case Investigation Guidelines Change How Regions Will Handle Particular Evidence and Witness Testimony

Though it may come as a surprise to some employers, the NLRB generally recognizes the right of employees to wear union insignia (pins with union logos, etc.) while at work. 
Continue Reading NLRB Follows Precedent Allowing Union Insignia At Work, But Did It Signal A Change?

Hy-Brand Industrial Contractors – the recent Board case overturning Browning Ferris Industries and restoring the previous joint employer standard – was perhaps the most important decision among the many decided
Continue Reading Return to the Pre-BFI Joint Employer Standard and Moving Forward

On Monday, September 25, 2017, the Senate confirmed, in a 49-47 vote, the appointment of longtime management-side attorney William J. Emanuel to the National Labor Relations Board. This confirmation fully
Continue Reading Senate Narrowly Confirms Final Trump Board Appointee Giving Republicans a Majority for the First Time in Nearly a Decade