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NLRB Hints That “Ambush” Election Regulations May Be Rescinded

Things are moving fast and furiously at the NLRB.  Last week we saw the new General Counsel issue a sweeping memo which rescinded many policy guidelines and initiatives of his predecessor and highlighted the Board precedent from the last eight years that may be overturned. This week the NLRB posted a Request For Information on its … Continue Reading

Signs Point To Change In Government’s Position On New (But Currently Enjoined) Persuader Rule

The fight over the Department of Labor’s attempt to “clarify” the 50 plus year interpretation of the persuader rules may be coming to an end.  After its implementation, the persuader rule was immediately challenged in litigation in Minnesota and Texas.  Late last year, the U.S. District Court in Texas issued a national injunction halting the enforcement … Continue Reading

Update: Revised Persuader Reporting Regulations One Step Closer To Reality

On Friday, December 21, 2012 the Administration published its regulatory agenda for the coming year.  The Administration usually publishes a Spring version but did not do so in 2012.  Among the several regulations in process, the regulatory agenda notes that the U.S. Department of Labor’s proposed narrowing of the 50 year interpretation of the “advice” exemption contained in … Continue Reading
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