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More Labor Law Charges Possible Under NLRB Union Election Rule, Bloomberg Law

January 03, 2020

Morgan Lewis partner Philip Miscimarra was quoted in a Bloomberg Law article about the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) recent decision to extend the union election process. “The cornerstone of federal law is that employees decide for themselves whether to have union representation, and this gets determined based on majority vote, with the additional requirement that the employees be part of an ‘appropriate’ bargaining unit,” said Phil in the article. “The NLRB election procedures give meaning to the ‘majority vote’ requirement, and the NLRB has devoted more than eight decades to conducting union representation elections in an even-handed manner.”

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