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May. 15 2012

NLRB Suspends Implementation of New Election Rule

Topics: Union-Management Relations

On the heels of yesterday's federal court decision invalidating the NLRB's new election rule that had taken effect April 30, the NLRB announced today that it is suspending implementation of the rule as a result of the court decision.  The NLRB stated that it is reviewing the court decision and considering how it will respond.  The NLRB's announcement is available here.  Stay tuned for further developments. 

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