In a decision having far-reaching implications, a National Labor Relations Board panel  consisting of Chairman Mark Gaston Pierce and Members Kent Hirozawa and Lauren McFerran, (Member Miscimarra dissented) has overruled almost 10 years of NLRB precedent, deciding  that a violation of the National Labor Relations Act could be found based on an employer’s failure to

A union’s gift of free hams on the eve of an NLRB-conducted election did not influence the outcome, a union victory, the National Labor Relations Board has determined. Nuverra Environmental Solutions, Inc., 08-CA-164447 (July 8, 2016).

The union had distributed holiday hams to eligible voters five or six days prior to the election. After

The U.S. Supreme Court has been asked to decide whether a neutrality agreement between a Florida greyhound track and a union improperly delivered a “thing of value” in violation of the Labor Management Relations Act.

Traditionally, when a union has sought to organize the employees of an employer and the employer decided it wanted to