Krischer to Speak at Everything Old is News Again: Revisiting Key Organizing Issues Under the National Labor Relations ActJanuary 31, 2011
O'Melveny Of Counsel Gordon E. Krischer (LA) will speak at the Los Angeles County Bar Association's "Everything Old is News Again: Revisiting Key Organizing Issues Under the National Labor Relations Act," to be held on January 31, 2011. Krischer and other speakers will discuss key "hot button" topics that the National Labor Relations Board has recently signaled a willingness to revisit in pending cases:
- Limitations on neutrality agreements and union authorization card recognition under Dana Corp., 351 N.L.R.B. 434 (2007)
- What constitutes discriminatory limits on access to the employer's property by non-employee organizers after Sandusky Mall, 329 N.L.R.B. 623 (1999)
- Whether graduate student teaching and research assistants are "employees" despite Brown University, 342 NLRB 483 (2004)
- The more aggressive use of Section 10(j) injunctions to deal with discriminatory discharges during union organizing campaigns, as announced by the Board's Acting General Counsel.
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