NLRB Denied Group Due Process In Union Row, 5th Circ. Says

Law360, New York (June 18, 2013, 2:52 PM ET) -- The Fifth Circuit on Monday overturned a National Labor Relations Board decision that found an electrical trade group had discriminated against union members through two employment programs, ruling the board had unlawfully based the decision on a different section of law than the case was filed under.

In a 2-1 published decision, the panel majority ruled that the NLRB’s decision to uphold administrative law judge decisions against Independent Electrical Contractors of Houston Inc. — a group representing more than 100 electrical contractors — based on a...
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