NLRB Vows To Press On After Judge Voids Election Rule

Law360, New York (May 15, 2012, 7:12 PM EDT) -- The National Labor Relations Board on Tuesday said it was “determined to move forward” after a controversial rule aimed at streamlining union elections was declared invalid by a federal judge because it was enacted without the required three-member quorum of the board.

In response to the district court’s decision on Monday, the NLRB said it has temporarily halted the implementation of changes to its representation case process, which had taken effect on April 30.

Since the changes took effect, around 150 election petitions were filed under the...
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