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Release Date Document Subjectsort descending
07/13/2012 Albany newspaper settles with Guild following Board decision; three laid-off employees reinstated, all receive back pay
06/02/2011 ALJ finds parts supplier unlawfully discharged 20 immigrant employees in Minnesota after they refused to sign away NLRA and other rights
02/15/2012 ALJ finds pattern of labor law violations at Puerto Rico hospital, orders employees reinstated
02/06/2015 ALJ Grants Bargaining Order Against Novelis Corporation
06/10/2011 ALJ orders Connecticut Humane Society to reinstate workers fired during organizing campaign, with backpay
06/11/2015 ALJ Orders Terex to Reinstate 13 Employees, Bargain with Union
11/19/2015 ALJ Orders Wingate Healthcare, Inc. to Recognize Union, Bargain with Employees
04/20/2016 Annual Review of Revised R-Case Rules
01/20/2016 Bankruptcy Court Grants Payment of $295,000 to Former Republic Windows & Doors Employees
02/12/2015 Baylor Health Care System, Scott & White Healthcare Agree to Rescind Alleged Overly Broad Rules
12/21/2011 Board adopts amendments to election case procedures
11/29/2011 Board Chairman releases details of election proposal for Wednesday vote
08/24/2016 Board Decides King Soopers, Revises Treatment of Search-for-Work Expenses
07/11/2016 Board Decides Miller & Anderson, Returns to Sturgis Standard
08/03/2012 Board finds Chicago bus operator illegally fired employees and committed other violations during union organizing campaign
10/04/2012 Board finds Hotel Bel-Air violated labor law by failing to bargain to impasse with union
02/15/2013 Board finds Houston engineering firm unlawfully fired employee for discussing salaries with coworkers
09/28/2012 Board finds Massey Energy and Mammoth Coal jointly liable for unlawfully refusing to hire union coal miners in West Virginia
10/04/2012 Board finds New York State construction company violated labor law by unilaterally withdrawing from collective-bargaining obligations
10/01/2012 Board finds Santa Barbara newspaper continued to violate federal labor law, must bargain with union, reinstate employees, take other remedial steps


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