By Ben James (September 18, 2015, 8:50 PM EDT) -- The National Labor Relations Board issued a spate of rulings as member Harry Johnson's term expired last month, and while the blockbuster Browning-Ferris joint-employer decision got the most attention, other noteworthy rulings came down in that flurry as well.
Observers were on the edge of their seats as the Aug. 27 expiration of former Arent Fox LLP partner Johnson's tenure as an NLRB member approached, expecting decisions on a closely watched push for union representation by Northwestern University scholarship football players and the Browning-Ferris fight, which gave the board a chance to change a decades-old standard for ascertaining joint-employer status. ...
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