NLRB Judge Sides With NJ Condo Group Over Subcontracting

By Martin Bricketto (October 2, 2012, 6:27 PM EDT) -- An administrative judge with the National Labor Relations Board has concluded that the owners association for a 1,076-unit condominium complex in New Jersey didn't violate labor laws when it unilaterally subcontracted work previously performed by 67 union members, a finding the association argues should sink a related NLRB action in federal court.

The NLRB has been seeking an order in federal court directing the Galaxy Towers Condominium Association to rescind its subcontracting agreements, reinstate the employees it laid off last year and bargain with Local 124 of the Recycling, Airport, Industrial and Service Employees Union on a new contract.

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