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National Captioning Institute, Inc.

 
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Case Number: 16-CA-188346

Date Filed: 11/16/2016

Status: Closed

Location: Dallas, TX

Region Assigned: Region 16, Fort Worth, Texas



Docket Activity


Date sort ascending Document Issued/Filed By
10/29/2019 Board Decision NLRB - Board
10/02/2018 Notice to Show Cause NLRB - Board
12/26/2017 Reply Brief to Answer to Cross Exceptions Counsel for GC / Region
12/14/2017 ES Office Letter NLRB - Board
12/12/2017 Answering Brief to Cross Exceptions Charged Party / Respondent
11/27/2017 Reply Brief to Answer to Exceptions Charged Party / Respondent
11/17/2017 ES Office EOT Response NLRB - Board
11/13/2017 Answering Brief Counsel for GC / Region
11/13/2017 Cross Exceptions Counsel for GC / Region
11/13/2017 Brief in Support of Cross Exceptions Counsel for GC / Region

The Docket Activity list does not reflect all actions in this case.

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Allegations


  • 8(a)(1) Coercive Rules
  • 8(a)(1) Coercive Statements (Threats, Promises of Benefits, etc.)

Participants


Participant Address Phone
Charging Party
Union
National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians - Communications Workers of America, AFL-CIO
501 THIRD STREET NW
WASHINGTON, DC
20001
(202)434-1234
 
Charged Party / Respondent
Employer
NATIONAL CAPTIONING INSTITUTE, INC.
7610 N STEMMONS FWY
STE 200
DALLAS, TX
75247-4259
(214)647-4360
 

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