Bloomberg Law
Aug. 9, 2019, 9:45 AM

Spectrum May Have Broken Laws in Bid to Oust Union, NLRB Says

Andrew Wallender
Andrew Wallender

A yearlong campaign to boot a union of Spectrum technicians from the cable company’s New York facilities may fail after allegations that the company engaged in anti-union conduct in the lead-up to the decertification election, a federal labor board official said.

Voting concluded in February, nearly two years into a strike by the Spectrum workers, but results have been kept under seal pending rulings on earlier union allegations of unfair labor practices by the company and confusion over who was eligible to vote. Now the results finally appear ready to be finalized after NLRB Regional Director John J. Walsh ruled ...

Learn more about Bloomberg Law or Log In to keep reading:

Learn About Bloomberg Law

AI-powered legal analytics, workflow tools and premium legal & business news.

Already a subscriber?

Log in to keep reading or access research tools.