McDonald's Delayed NLRB Case But Won't Be Reprimanded

By Vin Gurrieri (January 16, 2018, 9:54 PM EST) -- A National Labor Relations Board judge chided McDonald's for delaying a case, which accuses the company and its franchisees of anti-union activity, while it appeals an order that it produce a report a month ahead of its expert's testimony, but nonetheless rejected the NLRB general counsel's request that the expert be barred from testifying.

Administrative Law Judge Lauren Esposito, who is overseeing a massive case over whether McDonald's USA LLC and its franchisees are joint employers of certain workers, said Friday that McDonald's purposely delayed presenting its case while it sought permission from the NLRB to appeal a September order that...

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