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Release Datesort ascending Document Subject
05/30/2012 Acting General Counsel releases report on employer social media policies
05/29/2012 NLRB Members release joint statement to staff on recent events
05/27/2012 National Labor Relations Board Member Terence Flynn resigns
05/22/2012 Board invites briefs on question of faculty member status
05/21/2012 Federal judge orders Wisconsin supermarket to restore full-time hours to employees
05/16/2012 Settlement ends long-running dispute at Alabama manufacturing plant, 60 employees to be reinstated
05/15/2012 NLRB suspends implementation of representation case amendments based on court ruling
05/09/2012 Settlement ends long-running dispute involving immigrant workers at New York food wholesaler
05/07/2012 NLRB issues complaint alleging unlawful discharges of union supporters at Miami casino
05/02/2012 Federal judge orders reinstatement of Illinois coal miner at NLRB request
04/30/2012 Complaint against 24 Hour Fitness alleges arbitration policy is unlawful
04/30/2012 NLRB representation case amendments take effect today
04/27/2012 Concurring and dissenting statements on representation case rule published
04/26/2012 Federal Magistrate recommends hotel pay quarter million dollars in attorney fees to NLRB, union
04/26/2012 Acting General Counsel issues guidance to regions for implementing new representation case procedures
04/24/2012 NLRB judge finds Jimmy Johns franchisee in Minnesota illegally fired employees for protected activity
04/24/2012 Federal judge orders Chicago bus company to rehire drivers, stop interrogating employees
04/17/2012 NLRB Chairman Mark Gaston Pearce on recent decisions regarding employee rights posting
04/13/2012 Pilot program will consolidate offices in Regions 10 and 11 and Regions 14 and 17
03/28/2012 NLRB wins injunction to end Brooklyn lockout of 70 apartment workers who faced eviction and loss of health care

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