Controversial NLRB Nominees Face Rocky Road Ahead

Law360, New York (May 14, 2013, 8:40 PM EDT) -- A U.S. Senate panel plans to evaluate the five nominees to the National Labor Relations Board on Thursday, but with the president's controversial recess appointees among those being considered, attorneys expect stiff opposition from Republicans will prevent the nominations from moving forward anytime soon.

The Senate Health Education Labor and Pensions Committee is scheduled to consider the president's full complement of nominees to the labor board, including the renomination of current Chairman Mark Pearce, whose term is set to expire in August, and of recess appointees Sharon...
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