NLRB Member Refuses To Quit Over Ethics Allegations

Law360, New York (March 26, 2012, 7:14 PM EDT) -- National Labor Relations Board member Terence Flynn rejected calls for his resignation on Monday in the wake of the release of an inspector general report accusing him of providing confidential information to former board members now in private practice.

NLRB Inspector General David Berry found in a report dated March 19, that Flynn — a Republican appointed to the board by President Barack Obama in January — had violated ethical conduct standards by disclosing confidential details on the status of pending cases while serving as a...
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