NLRB Acting Prosecutor Moves To End Suits Against 'Scabby'

Law360 (February 9, 2021, 12:15 PM EST) -- The National Labor Relations Board's new acting prosecutor is moving to end high-profile litigation that former general counsel Peter Robb filed to block unions from deploying inflatable rats and erecting large banners in some protests.

Acting general counsel Peter Sung Ohr asked the NLRB in a motion dated Feb. 2 to let him withdraw a suit alleging International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150 crossed the line when it deployed the union protest symbol Scabby the Rat outside an RV trade show. It was not immediately clear Tuesday when the memo was released publicly.

Ohr also asked the board to let him...

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