Atty's Supervisory Role Allows Firing For Salary Talk: NLRB

Law360, New York (May 7, 2013, 6:50 PM EDT) -- An Alabama law firm broke federal labor law by barring employees from discussing their salaries, but didn't violate the provision against canning workers who do so, because the lawyer it fired last year was a supervisor and thus unprotected by the statute, according to a Monday decision by the National Labor Relations Board.

The split decision for Tuscaloosa-based The Martin Law Group springs from a complaint made last year by attorney Sheri Rouse, who was fired in March 2012. Rouse brought an NLRB charge the next month,...
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