SOME WORK RULES STILL DON’T FLY UNDER THE NLRB’S NEW BOEING STANDARD

Does your Company have a work rule that limits an employee’s ability to secure a second job?  If so, maintaining such a rule may violate the National Labor Relations Act (“Act”). In Nicholson Terminal &...

NLRB DECISION ON INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR ISSUE COULD IMPACT RELATED FLSA LITIGATION

On May 2, 2018, Leslie Smith, a well-known mixed martial arts fighter, filed an unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) alleging that the Ultimate Fighting Championship (“UFC’) failed to renew...

Employer’s Failure to Follow Proper NLRB Procedures after Settlement Results in Entry of Default Judgment

It should come as no surprise that in the majority of the matters wherein the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) investigates an alleged unfair labor practice and thereafter issues a complaint, the parties enter into...

The Holidays Arrive Early for Employers at the NLRB

Since September 2017, when the Republican Party regained majority status on the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) for the first time since the Obama Administration, it was anticipated that the newly configured NLRB would return...