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Release Datesort ascending Document Subject
12/20/2012 NLRB issues significant decisions in recent weeks
12/12/2012 Federal judge orders Healthbridge to reinstate employees, restore wages and benefits, and bargain with union
12/04/2012 Regional Office restructuring approved by Board, to take effect December 10
11/23/2012 Federal judge orders ILWU to stop filing grievances or lawsuits over disputed work
11/09/2012 NLRB Judge finds 24 Hour Fitness arbitration clause violates federal labor law
11/08/2012 DC Circuit enforces Board order; Daycon Products must reinstate former strikers
11/06/2012 NLRB Administrative Law Judges issue 207 decisions and settle 438 cases in FY 2012
11/05/2012 Newark and Brooklyn offices are open; Manhattan office remains closed due to storm
11/01/2012 Update on New York-area office closures
10/31/2012 Advice Memos find at-will clauses in two employee handbooks are lawful
10/31/2012 New York and Newark offices remain closed due to storm; neighboring offices will handle calls
10/25/2012 Federal judge orders new operator of Ohio nursing home to recognize union and rehire former employees
10/24/2012 Federal judge orders Missouri hotel to recognize union and rehire two employees
10/23/2012 NLRB contracts with FMCS to provide mediators in Board Alternative Dispute Resolution program
10/16/2012 NLRB case production in FY 2012: With 341 decisions issued, backlog is reduced, age of pending cases cut in half
10/09/2012 Acting General Counsel announces adjustments to restructuring proposal as it pertains to the Memphis regional office
10/04/2012 Board finds New York State construction company violated labor law by unilaterally withdrawing from collective-bargaining obligations
10/04/2012 Board finds Hotel Bel-Air violated labor law by failing to bargain to impasse with union
10/01/2012 Board finds Santa Barbara newspaper continued to violate federal labor law, must bargain with union, reinstate employees, take other remedial steps
10/01/2012 NLRB finds Facebook posting that caused salesman’s discharge at Chicago-area BMW dealership was not protected

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