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NLRB Suspends Implementation of Ambush Election Rules


The Board has announced that it is “temporarily” suspending implementation of its ambush election rules, in light of the D.C. District Court decision yesterday finding the rules invalid. The Board’s notice states that about 150 representation petitions had been filed under the new rules since they went into effect on April 30. The parties involved in those cases will be given the opportunity to continue processing the case under the new procedures, but any newly filed cases will be processed under the old rules, at least for now.

Read the full notice from the Board here.


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