Assaulted Union Rep Owed Back Pay, NLRB Finds

Law360, New York (April 19, 2013, 7:16 PM EDT) -- The National Labor Relations Board ruled Tuesday that a construction company must cover lost wages and medical expenses incurred by a union representative who allegedly suffered injuries after being pushed down a flight of stairs at a work site. 

The labor board held that general contractor Norquay Construction Inc. violated the National Labor Relations Act when a  project manager and superintendent at a Phoenix, Ariz., construction site pushed a representative for a union representing a subcontractor's employees out of a trailer, injuring him in the process.   ...
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