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Release Date Document Subjectsort ascending
12/13/2011 Peter S. Ohr Named NLRB Regional Director in Chicago
04/29/2014 Northern California Trucking Company Agrees to Pay Drivers $262,000 in Backpay and Signs Union Contract
10/31/2013 NLRB's Denver Office is Moving to a New Location
03/28/2012 NLRB wins injunction to end Brooklyn lockout of 70 apartment workers who faced eviction and loss of health care
03/12/2013 NLRB To Seek Supreme Court Review in Noel Canning v. NLRB
05/15/2012 NLRB suspends implementation of representation case amendments based on court ruling
11/18/2011 NLRB sets vote on portions of proposed election rule
02/11/2013 NLRB sets re-run election at Kaiser Permanente to begin April 5
07/01/2014 NLRB Seeks Public Input on Potential Regional Office Restructuring
12/28/2012 NLRB requires balancing of employer confidentiality interests and a union’s need for information concerning employee discipline
04/30/2012 NLRB representation case amendments take effect today
12/23/2011 NLRB postpones effective date of rights posting rule to April 30
09/14/2011 NLRB Poster on Employee Rights now available for download
03/14/2014 NLRB orders Greater Omaha Packing to reinstate employees unlawfully fired for protesting their working conditions
08/10/2011 NLRB order will lead to re-run of large Kaiser election in California
01/15/2014 NLRB Office of the General Counsel Issues Complaint against Walmart
11/18/2013 NLRB Office of the General Counsel Authorizes Complaints against Walmart, Also Finds No Merit to Other Charges
07/29/2014 NLRB Office of the General Counsel Authorizes Complaints Against McDonald's Franchisees and Determines McDonald's, USA, LLC is a Joint Employer
02/01/2013 NLRB Office of General Counsel finds NY bus strike not unlawful
09/09/2011 NLRB obtains injunction to stop violent union protests at port of Longview, Washington

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