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3 Takeaways From NLRB's 9th Circ. Win Over Tribal Casino

Law360 (May 1, 2018, 10:13 PM EDT) -- The Ninth Circuit's recent rejection of a California tribal casino's challenge to a National Labor Relations Board ruling that it couldn't block union activity in guest areas firmly backed NLRB jurisdiction over tribal businesses and solidified the use of a framework for applying federal laws that has long bedevilled tribes, putting more pressure on tribes to find a legislative means to stave off the board's authority.

Chalk Up Another for the Coeur d'Alene Framework

With its ruling that the San Diego-area Casino Pauma can't block its workers from handing out union leaflets in guest areas, the Ninth Circuit stuck to its guns...

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