Hoo boy… the Supreme Court just ruled against Barack Obama’s unconstitutional appointment of National Labor Relations Board General Counsel Lafe Solomon after the Senate refused to vote on his nomination.
Yesterday the Supreme Court ruled in the case of National Labor Relations Board v. SW General that an “acting” officer cannot simultaneously stand as a nominee to hold that office permanently, regardless of how the acting officer was appointed. Show More Summary
The case involved an appointment to the National Labor Relations Board by then-President Barack Obama.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday put new restrictions on presidential powers, limiting a president’s authority to staff certain top government posts in a case involving an appointment to the National Labor Relations Board. The court decided 6-2 to uphold a lower court’s ruling that...
The Supreme Court says a former top lawyer at the National Labor Relations Board served in violation of a federal law governing temporary appointments. The 6-2 ruling on Tuesday limits … Click to Continue »
The National Labor Relations Board blocked an election at a Queens carting plant that’s been the subject of two unions' battle.
Graduate workers at Columbia got a win from the National Labor Relations Board in Brooklyn, which upheld their recent vote to join a union.
Graduate students from a half dozen departments at Yale University have voted to form unions. Elections were administered Thursday by the National Labor Relations Board for graduate students in nine … Click to Continue »
Alexander Acosta, Donald Trump’s new pick for labor secretary, is a much more traditional choice than the failed nomination of fast food CEO Andy Puzder. Acosta has government experience, including at the National Labor Relations Board...Show More Summary
In fall 2015, the National Labor Relations Board filed a complaint against delivery service Postmates which challenged the legality of the company’s mandatory arbitration agreement between it and its contractors. In Postmates’ fleetShow More Summary
Acosta, who would be the first Hispanic member of Trump's Cabinet, has won confirmation to the National Labor Relations Board, as the head of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division and as U.S. attorney in Miami. Almost immediately,...Show More Summary
The Bush administration veteran, who served on the National Labor Relations Board and the Justice Department, is a conservative choice who would give the Trump cabinet its first Hispanic member.
President Donald Trump will nominate former National Labor Relations Board member R. Alexander Acosta to serve as U.S. secretary of labor, an administration official said on Thursday, one day after Trump’s original choice withdrew. Trump is scheduled to announce his pick on Thursday at a...
Alexander Acosta, former National Labor Relations Board member, replaces Andrew Puzder, an official says.
REPORT: Shortlist for Puzder replacements: “Potential candidates, according to a White House official, are former National Labor Relations Board members Peter Kirsanow and R. Alexander Acosta; Joseph Guzman, an assistant professor at Michigan State University; and Catherine Templeton, former head of the South Carolina labor department.”
Pictured above are players from Notre Dame and Duke — two of 17 private colleges and universities who compete in the college Football Bowl Subdivision, the sport's highest collegiate level.
The NLRB's general counsel said athletes are employees according to the National Labor Relations Act
Reversing a decision by the National Labor Relations Board, a federal appeals court has upheld a hospital group's preference for hiring non-union workers at its non-union hospitals. The First Circuit Court of Appeal said the NLRB did not have substantial evidence for its finding that the hospital group unfairly preferred......
The National Labor Relations Board has given the greenlight for performers at Telemundo to vote on whether they want to be represented by SAG-AFTRA in contract negotiations – a major first step in SAG-AFTRA's campaign to unionize the...Show More Summary
Talks may begin again soon for bus drivers with the Vineyard Transit Authority after a National Labor Relations Board ruling last year that the company that provides drivers and administrative services for the contract violated federal law.