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NLRB Throws Out Complaint Against MoMA

Law360 (September 5, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The National Labor Relations Board has struck down an administrative law judge’s ruling that painted the Museum of Modern Art as an unfair employer guilty of speeding up the termination of two employees to punish them for their involvement with a union.

A three-member panel didn’t agree with a December 2004 decision by Administrative Law Judge Steven Davis that held that the MoMA accelerated the termination process for Mary Corliss and Terry Geesken based on union animus.

However, the panel did agree with Davis’ conclusion that...
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