Navigating NLRB's Continually Shifting Landscape

By Colin Wells (May 31, 2018, 1:24 PM EDT) -- Practice before the National Labor Relations Board is akin to balancing on a boat's deck in rough seas. The changing political winds tilt the boat to the right and then the left, while practitioners, employees, employers and unions are left to figure out how best to comply with the ever-changing legal landscape. The country's increasing political polarization that has occurred over the last few decades has been reflected in decisions handed down by the board, which is composed of five members, three of whom are always from the current president's party. This has resulted in dramatic shifts in the rules that govern employee and employer rights when the board changes between Democratic and Republican majorities....

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