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As we discussed in a recent blog post, last year the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a rule revising the standard for determining a joint employer. The rule was due to go into effect on Dec. 26, 2023, but was delayed when business groups led by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce brought a lawsuit in Texas against the NLRB alleging the rule exceeds the NLRB’s authority. Recently, a Texas federal judge delayed the rule implementation until Mar. 11, 2024 to give the Court additional time to issue a decision. Continue Reading NLRB joint employer rule delayed

We reported recently that motions for summary judgment had been filed in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia in the case challenging the NLRB’s rule requiring that all employers post a notice about union organizing rights. Now summary judgment motions have also been filed by both sides in the other case in which the NLRB rule is being challenged.
Continue Reading Update: Legal Challenges to NLRB Posting Rule