Over the past eight years, the NLRB has been unusually aggressive with its policymaking. Listen to Hunton’s Labor and Employment partners discuss the current state of labor law, the NLRB and how it might change under the current administration. This blog entry contains a link to the video.
Continue Reading The NLRB: Where Have We Been and Where Are We Headed?

On March 6, 2017, an administrative law judge found that a nonunion automotive manufacturing facility in Alabama violated Section 8(a)(1) of the National Labor Relations Act when it terminated three employees who walked off the job over a holiday-season scheduling dispute.
Continue Reading Another Step in the NLRB’s Mission to Expand Definition of “Concerted Activity” under the NLRA

Earlier this month, a large coalition of trade groups filed a brief with the D.C. Circuit arguing that the NLRB’s decision in the Volkswagen challenge, allowing a union election in a “micro-unit” of maintenance workers at the company’s Chattanooga, Tennessee, auto manufacturing plant, should be rejected.
Continue Reading Business Coalition Weighs in Again on VW’s Challenge to NLRB’s Specialty Healthcare Standard