A recent NLRB decision appears to interpret Weingarten more liberally than before and may have implications for federal employees.
A recent Supreme Court decision not only potentially has implications for the NLRB, but also the Army.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) has introduced a bill intended to rein in the litigation power of the National Labor Relations Board.
Reps. Tim Scott (R-SC), Joe Wilson (R-SC), and Trey Gowdy (R-SC) have introduced the Job Protection Act which is intended to prevent the National Labor Relations Board from moving forward with its case against Boeing or attempting similar action against other companies.
In a case Fedsmith has been covering since 2007, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the Federal Labor Relations Authorityâ€™s efforts to impose its will on the National Labor Relations Board. In what some might call a slam dunk, the court decided the FLRA once again misinterpreted another Agencyâ€™s enabling legislation.
A dispute between the National Labor Relations Board Union and the agency is heating up as the union begins picketing and calling for the resignation of the agency’s General Counsel. The NLRB responds with its own press release.