NLRB will Limit Ability of Unionized Business to Relocate

Richard Griffin, the new general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, wants to give unions a veto over a unionized employer’s decision to relocate. If Griffin has his way, and he most assuredly will, some unionized businesses will be pinned in place at the discretion of their unions, and their decisions to relocate all […]

The Meyers Report: Courts Strike Down Another NLRB Regulation

Earlier this month the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit struck down the NLRB’s regulation that employers post pro-union choices in the workplaces of the nation’s employers. While the court did not directly address the NLRB’s right to function (See previous articles on NLRB recess appointments being declared invalid.), it did […]

The Meyers Report: NLRB Filing Deadline

As we noted in the February 4 and March 4, 2013, editions of this newsletter, the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia on January 25, 2013, ruled that the recess appointments by President Obama were invalid. As a consequence, of the decision in Noel Canning, the NLRB may not have jurisdiction to hear […]

The Meyers Report: NLRB – What’s Next is the Question?

This past week, the entire National Labor Relations Board met with top labor lawyers from the across the nation, to answer questions about what comes next after the Dist. of Columbia Court of Appeals ruled that President Obama’s NLRB “recess” appointments were not legal. At issue was the Noel Canning decision, wherein the court held […]