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Does the petitioner have to put on testimony and offer documents if it seeks a presumptively appropriate unit under Board law?

Not necessarily. In those circumstances, the burden of proof rests with the party seeking to contest the presumptively appropriate unit. If the party seeking to overcome that presumption presents evidence suggesting that the unit is not appropriate, the petitioning party may very well have to proffer evidence to rebut that showing and establish that the petitioned-for unit is, in fact, appropriate.

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