Buyer Beware: NLRB Turns Its Attention To Successor Cases

Law360, New York (June 13, 2014, 10:36 AM EDT) -- In another move to increase its relevancy and efficacy in the workplace, the National Labor Relations Board has indicated that it intends to focus on seeking injunctions in successor cases.

Section 10(j) of the National Labor Relations Act authorizes the board, upon issuance of a complaint, to seek a temporary injunction in U.S. district court to stop unfair labor practices while the case is being litigated. According to the board, "[t]hese temporary injunctions are needed to protect the process of collective bargaining and employee rights under the act, and to ensure that board decisions will be meaningful."

In recent years, the...

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