The Department of Labor’s proposed final revisions to its rule requiring employers and others to report arrangements, receipts, and expenditures derived from providing services defined as persuasive activities will not be implemented by the March 2014 target date.  A new implementation date was not announced.  This is the second delay for the revisions, which originally

As you may recall, in April, 2013, the House passed H.R.1120, the “Preventing Greater Uncertainty in Labor-Management Relations Act,” by a 219-209 vote.  See, “Noel Canning: Congress Enters the NLRB Fray.” Now the House once again has expressed its dissatisfaction with the Administration’s handling of labor issues, this time regarding the United States Department