Wednesday, August 14, 2002
NLRB update Here is a substantial change in the layout of this blog. From now on, I am going to put the long descriptions of new decisions from the NLRB, 11th Circuit, and Alabama Courts on a sub-blog in order to reduce clutter here. I will mention the new postings on this blog, so that those who are interested can go. Like this:
Last week, the NLRB's weekly update included 13 new decisions, probably representing the last of Chairman Hurtgen's output I think. A few interesting ones, including a case exercising jurisdiction over some employees affiliated with CUNY (despite the fact that it's a public university); a decision about the interplay between the duty to provide information under section 8(a)(5), and the attorney-client privilege; and an admirable refusal by Chairman Hurtgen, on his way out the door, to use a "motion to reconsider" as a chance for the new Republican-appointee majority to undo a recent decision it didn't like.
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