NLRB Chairman Lays Out Approach To Social Media Cases
Law360, New York (January 21, 2014, 8:24 PM EST) -- The National Labor Relations Board isn't looking to create new standards when it evaluates cases stemming from employee postings on social media but is merely trying to keep its jurisprudence up to date with the evolution of the workplace, Chairman Mark Gaston Pearce told Law360 during an exclusive interview.
Pearce, who is in his second term at the agency, and his fellow board member Philip A. Miscimarra, who was sworn in in August, sat down with Law360 on Friday to discuss issues including the high-profile social media cases, the board's recent forays into rulemaking, and the board's productivity now that it...
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