3rd Circ. Nurses Union Case Hinges On NLRB Appointments

Law360, Philadelphia (March 19, 2013, 1:47 PM EDT) -- The attorney for a New Jersey nursing home on Tuesday told the Third Circuit that it should reject a finding by the National Labor Relations Board that it violated labor law by not bargaining with a nurses union, saying President Barack Obama's appointment of several members of the board was invalid because Congress wasn't in recess at the time.

The attorney for a New Jersey nursing home on Tuesday told the Third Circuit that it should reject an order by the National Labor Relations Board that...
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