Law360 (June 9, 2021, 9:31 PM EDT) -- The National Labor Relations Board sent back to a regional official a dispute over whether Dish Network LLC violated federal labor law by prohibiting a worker from discussing his suspension during a workplace investigation, rejecting the company's bid to dismiss the claim.
A three-member panel on Tuesday remanded an allegation that Dish violated the National Labor Relations Act by telling worker Brett Denney not to discuss his suspension with colleagues while a workplace investigation into his alleged misconduct was underway.
The panel said the television company failed to show why the claim should be tossed along with related allegations the board...
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