Obama’s National Labor Relations Board Gets Whacked In and Out of the Courts, Again and Again and Again
June 18, 2013 - 2:25 pm
Either Obama’s hand-picked National Labor Relations Board has awful, terrible, pitiful lawyers — or, it keeps picking stupid fights that it is destined to lose.
Here’s a look at the NLRB’s latest round of drubbings, follies and screw-ups.
The National Law Review: Another Loss For The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) On Notice Posting Rule
Inside Counsel: 4th Circuit Invalidates NLRB Poster Rule
Washington Business Journal: You Likely Won’t Have To Put Up Pro-Union Posters At Your Work Site; NLRB Loses Again
The American Prospect: The Fourth Circuit’s NLRB Smackdown
And The Beat Goes On:
The Associated Press: Judge Rules NLRB Overstepped Its Authority In Portland Port Dispute
For Good Measure:
Last But Not Least:
The Washington Examiner: NLRB Defies First Amendment Ruling, Sanctions Newspaper
Did I say “last?” How about a little bit more:
The Washington Times: Home Invasion By Big Labor: Home Day Care Providers Would Be Forced Into Unions
The Washington Post: Do Private-Sector Unions Still Have A Future In The U.S.?
Tatler’s editorial reply: Only to the extent that the Democrats’ unholy relationship with government unions continue. And those unions should be banned.
In The States:
Napa Valley Register: Project Labor Agreements Give Unions Unfair Advantage
Michigan Capitol Confidential: Majority Of Fastest-Growing U.S. Cities Are In Right-To-Work States
Union Bosses Gone Wild:
National Legal & Policy Center: AFGE Local Secretary-Treasurer In Cincinnati Pleads Guilty
National Legal & Policy Center: Steelworkers Secretary-Treasurer In Tennessee Sentenced For Theft