Biz Property Access Rule On Horizon, NLRB Members Say

Law360, New Orleans (November 7, 2019, 9:57 PM EST) -- The National Labor Relations Board is prepping a proposed regulation intended to clarify employers' ability to regulate access to their private property, board members said at an American Bar Association event Thursday.

During a moderated panel discussion at the ABA's annual labor and employment conference in New Orleans in which the NLRB's four members discussed recent board initiatives and high-profile decisions, Member Bill Emanuel offered a general overview of a forthcoming proposal to address the issue of employer property access. 

Emanuel said the as-yet unveiled notice of proposed rulemaking rule will "clearly define the right of an employer to prohibit certain activities on its...

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