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NLRB Expands Employers’ Duty To Respond to Union Requests for ‘Presumptively Relevant’ Information

A National Labor Relations Board panel recently found that an employer has a good-faith duty under the National Labor Relations Act to respond in a reasonably timely manner to a union request for “presumptively relevant”...more

Nitpicking Continues As NLRB Finds Employer’s Failure To Timely Respond To Information Request A Violation Of The Act

The Board’s fiscal year ended on September 30 with a whimper instead of a bang. We saw a few decisions in the usual year end flurry but most of the major Board initiatives were advanced in the last two years, and so this...more

NLRB Decides that Employer Has Duty to Respond to Union’s Information Request—Even if Requested Information is Irrelevant

In a 2-1 decision in IronTiger Logistics, Inc., the NLRB recently held that an employer has a duty to respond in a timely manner to a union’s information request, even where the requested information is ultimately deemed to...more

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