NLRB Rejects Union Complaint at GE

May 8, 2018

The National Labor Relations Board has rejected a claim by union workers at GE Transportation who argued that the company acted improperly when it announced plans to move work from a union plant in Erie to a non-union plant in Fort Worth, Texas. The case involves the company’s decision […]

Trump Shakes Up NLRB Leadership

April 13, 2018

President Donald Trump will replace his own appointee at the helm of a body that oversees union-employer disputes, elevating a seasoned corporate lawyer over a government attorney with ties to congressional Republicans. John Ring, who has decades of experience representing businesses before the National […]

Trump Labor Board Member Violated Ethics Pledge

March 23, 2018

A report by the National Labor Relations Board’s inspector general found that a Republican board member violated an ethics pledge by weighing in on a case involving his former law firm. The report, obtained by Bloomberg Law, found […]

Harvard Must Hold New Graduate-Student Union Election

January 11, 2018

Last spring, after months of protracted hearings and disputes over voter eligibility following Harvard’s graduate-student union election, the regional NLRB had invalidated the results of that election and ordered a new one, after finding that the […]

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