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Club Quarters Hotel Times Square - Midtown


Case Number:   02-RC-232157
Date Filed:   12/06/2018
Status:  Closed
Location:  New York, NY
Region Assigned:  Region 02, New York, New York
Reason Closed:  Withdrawal Non-adjusted

Docket Activity


Date sort ascending Document Issued/Filed By
04/30/2019 ES Office Letter NLRB - Board
04/30/2019 ES Office Letter NLRB - Board
04/26/2019 Withdrawal of Request for Review Employer
04/26/2019 Withdrawal of Request for Review Employer
03/10/2019 Letter To ES Office Employer
03/06/2019 Letter To ES Office Employer
03/05/2019 Letter To ES Office Counsel for GC / Region
03/05/2019 Opposition to Request for Review Employer
03/05/2019 Request for Review of RDs Decision and Order Employer
03/01/2019 Motion for Reconsideration* Employer

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Participants


Participant Address Phone
Amicus
Legal Representative
Hazelwood, Alyssa
c/o National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, Inc.
8001 Braddock Road
Suite 600
Springfield, VA
22160
(703)321-8510
Employer
Legal Representative
Krupin, Jay
BakerHostetler
1050 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 1100
Washington, DC
20036-5318
(202)861-1700
Employer
Legal Representative
Cannon, Louis
Baker & Hostetler, LLP
1050 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 1100
Washington, DC
20036-5318
(202)861-1563
Petitioner
Legal Representative
Preece, Sheri
Bryan C. McCarthy, Esq. & Associates, P.C.
109 Danbury Road
Suite 3
Ridgefield, CT
06877
(845)363-1441
Employer
Employer
Club Quarters Hotels Times Square-Midtown
New York, NY
11036
(212)626-9222
Amicus
Individual
Petitioner
Union
BAT Local 514
White Plains, NY
10604-3520
(914)705-5488
Amicus
Union
NATIONAL RIGHT TO WORK LEGAL DEF FDTN

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