The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is beginning to address procedural disruptions arising due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On May 6, 2020, without a request from any party to a case, the NLRB “announce[d] . . . a temporary change in the Board’s standard notice-posting remedy to adapt to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.” The temporary

The NLRB has introduced a new mobile app to educate the public about the NLRA. According to the NLRB, the app “provides employers, employees and unions with information regarding their rights and obligations under the National Labor Relations Act.” The app includes sections describing the rights enforced by the NLRB, along with contact information for

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has just ruled that the NLRB exceeded its authority by issuing the NLRB Notice Posting rule. The Court upheld the District Court decision to grant summary judgment to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in the lower court proceeding. This is the second circuit court to strike

The NLRB has relied on a Supreme Court decision validating the Federal Communications Commissions’ rulemaking authority to support its appeal of an April, 2013 decision by the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina decision striking down the NLRB’s notice posting rule. Chamber of Commerce v. National Labor Relations Board. The

A hearing before a panel of federal appeals court judges is the latest development on the issue of whether the National Labor Relations Board has authority to require all employers covered by the National Labor Relations Act to post a notice informing employees of their right to organize, providing contact information for the NLRB, and