NLRB General Counsel To Streamline Regional Case-Handling

By Braden Campbell (July 31, 2018, 5:15 PM EDT) -- The National Labor Relations Board general counsel's office is moving forward with parts of a plan to streamline how the agency's regional offices handle union organizing drives and suits alleging violations of federal labor law.

The changes, outlined in a memo that NLRB Associate to the General Counsel Beth Tursell sent to officials in the board's regional offices on Monday, includes the creation of a dedicated team that will draft decisions in organizing disputes and a simplified process for regional officials to pose legal questions to the NLRB's Division of Advice, which lays out the board general counsel's interpretation of federal...

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