NLRB Asks DC Circ. To Resume Browning-Ferris Appeal

By Braden Campbell (June 14, 2018, 2:39 PM EDT) -- The National Labor Relations Board asked the D.C. Circuit to resume review of the board's Obama-era decision in Browning-Ferris Industries on Wednesday, a week after the board wrapped up its failed attempt to narrow its joint employer standard in another case.

The appeal, which was argued in March 2017, has been in abeyance since April pending the board's decision on whether to vacate a December ruling in a case involving an Iowa builder called Hy-Brand Industrial Contractors Ltd.

That ruling briefly nullified Browning-Ferris' expanded test for holding two businesses accountable for each other's labor law violations as joint employers before the...

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