Bryan Arnault quoted in Bloomberg BNA Article on the direction of the National Labor Relations Board under President Trump
The election of President Trump and the appointment of future members to the National Labor Relations Board has the ability to shape the country’s labor law. In the article, available here, Bryan T. Arnault, Esq., offers this thoughts on prudent labor policy and the direction of the Board.
On September 21, 2015, a National Labor Relations Board Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) ruled that a stone and gravel supplier was obligated to recognize and bargain with the union who represented employees from a company whose assets the supplier purchased. In a case handled by Nathaniel G. Lambright and Bryan T. Arnault , the supplier […]
On November 30, 2011, the National Labor Relations Board voted to approve a resolution by the Board’s Chairman, Mark G. Pearce, for new rules to expedite election cases. Many employers and conservative pressure groups reacted to the initial proposal and the recent vote with vitriol and calls for the one Republican member, Brian Hayes, to resign from his post. After Member Hayes threatened to resign, the Board’s Inspector General launched an investigation into whether Member Hayes was unduly influenced to issue his threat. As gridlock grinds governmental functions in DC to a near standstill, it is important to sweep the rhetoric aside and determine what Chairman Pearce’s resolution really means for future election cases.
In April 2010, President Obama filled National Labor Relations Board vacancies with recess appointments of Craig Becker and Mark Pearce, both uni on-side labor attorneys.