NLRB Suspends Implementation of Speedy Election Rule


In response to the decision of a federal district court judge in the

District of Columbia to strike down the NLRB’s Rule on speedy elections

for lack of a quorum, the NLRB has temporarily suspended the

implementation of that Rule. Regional directors have been advised by

Acting General Counsel to return to their previous practices for election

petitions effective today.

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