DC Circ. Hands NLRB Win In Dispute Over Bargaining
The NLRB, which is legally divided into a board side and general counsel side with separate employees, did not violate bargaining rules when it refused to deal with a newly consolidated union that represented the both sides, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled Friday.
The FLRA, the agency that oversees labor relations...
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