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  1. March 01, 2024

    DC Circ. Finds Rehab's Flyers Aren't Unlawful Surveillance

    The D.C. Circuit found Friday that a rehabilitation facility was within its rights under federal labor law to distribute flyers during a union drive, departing from the National Labor Relations Board's conclusion that the handouts were part of an illegal surveillance violation.

  2. June 16, 2023

    Rehab Facility Says NLRB Erred With Surveillance Ruling

    A rehabilitation facility urged the D.C. Circuit to overturn a National Labor Relations Board decision on Friday, arguing the board wrongly concluded it illegally surveilled organizing employees and fired one supervisor because she was hostile to the facility's anti-union campaign.

  3. May 19, 2023

    NLRB Says DC Circ. Should Uphold Ruling Against Rehab

    The D.C. Circuit should enforce a National Labor Relations Board order holding an upstate New York rehab center responsible for labor law violations for surveilling unionizing workers and firing three union supporters, the board said Friday, stating the center's challenge to the order contains recycled arguments.

  4. March 30, 2023

    Rehab Center Tells DC Circ. It Didn't Illegally Monitor Workers

    A rehabilitation center in upstate New York called on the D.C. Circuit to reverse the National Labor Relations Board's conclusions that the company unlawfully surveilled workers and fired a supervisor for not taking part in its response to the union, arguing it had legitimate reasons for its actions.