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National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") case law provides a rich source of legal backing during organizing campaigns, unit clarifications and unfair labor practice fights.  In bargaining campaigns, employers will try anything to remove eligible members from a bargaining unit or jam ineligible members in in order to manipulate union elections.  After workers have formed their union, these same employers create non-union positions which should legally be covered under the union contract.  Companies will also violate worker rights and then make specious arguments to deny their unfair labor practices.  Our NLRB case memos help you prepare for:

  • Stipulated Election Agreement Hearings

  • Unit Clarification Arguments

  • Unfair Labor Practice Cases


Knowing and understanding case law allows union leaders to show a strong hand to employers, preparing your union for an NLRB case or allowing you to avoid legal action entirely.

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