NLRB Seeks to Revisit Case Over Former Member’s Alleged Conflict

Oct. 26, 2021, 10:56 PM

The National Labor Relations Board has asked an appellate court to send back a union bargaining case involving a Washington hospital, arguing the board’s earlier decision siding with management was tainted by an alleged conflict of interest that former member William Emanuel didn’t disclose.

In a motion filed Tuesday with the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, NLRB Deputy Associate General Counsel Ruth Burdick said the board was unaware of Emanuel’s alleged conflict when it ruled on the case in April. Emanuel, whose term expired in August, was one of two Republicans on the three-member panel that approved George ...

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