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Two Recent NLRB Decisions Affecting Employer Investigations and the Issuance of Discipline

Despite the yet-unanswered question of the validity of NLRB rulings since President Obama’s “Recess Appointments” in January 2012, healthcare employers should be aware of several recent decisions that will affect the industry. In Alan Ritchey, the Board held for the first time that, where a collectively bargained grievance and arbitration system does not exist, as … Continue Reading

Ruling in Noel Canning Leaves Unanswered Questions For Internal Investigations In Healthcare Industry

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has ruled in Noel Canning v. NLRB et al., Nos. 12-1115 and 12-1153 (D.C. Cir. Jan. 25, 2013), that President Obama’s “Recess Appointments” of three new NLRB members in January 2012 were unconstitutional and, as a result, the Board lacked any constitutional authority to … Continue Reading