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The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is an administrative agency like no other, and its unique rules and procedures can present pitfalls for unwary practitioners. Trusted for over 50 years, How to Take a Case Before the NLRB, Eighth Edition is the go-to reference for expert guidance on the Board’s complex procedures. The treatise is the most comprehensive analysis of changing NLRB procedures available—for attorneys representing employers and those representing unions. Authored by specialists from the American Bar Association’s Section of Labor and Employment Law, How to Take a Case Before the NLRB provides coverage of:
The treatise walks practitioners through the structure, jurisdiction, and changing role of the Board; discusses revisions to the ULP Case Manual; analyzes changes to the Board’s Rules and Regulations over time; and provides instructions for representation hearings and unfair labor practice proceedings. It also provides extensive cross-references to the Board’s regulations and Casehandling Manual, plus sample forms, correspondence, charts outlining Board procedures, and more.
The all-new 2011 Supplement expands the coverage of the Eighth Edition and provides updates on:
2008/1,491 pp. Hardcover/Order #9964
2011/Softcover/ISBN 9781570189647/Order #1964
Fredric H. Fischer, Brent Garren, and John C. Truesdale, Editors-in-Chief; Committee on Practice and Procedure Under the National Labor Relations Act; ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law
Fredric H. Fischer, Brent Garren, and John E. Higgins, Jr., Editors-in-Chief; Committee on Practice and Procedure Under the National Labor Relations Act; ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law
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