NLRB Advice Memo May Be Bad News For Fat Cat, Scabby
Law360 (May 15, 2019, 7:16 PM EDT) -- Banners and inflatable cat and rat balloons that unions sometimes use during demonstrations can qualify as illegal forms of secondary picketing, the National Labor Relations Board general counsel’s office said in one of several advice memorandums it unveiled Tuesday.
The batch of nine memos released Tuesday were mostly written by Jayme Sophir, head of the NLRB’s Division of Advice, which is part of the board’s Office of the General Counsel. Advice memos result from requests for guidance by NLRB regional directors on cases their offices handle, and they are sometimes made public after the dispute is resolved.
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