Association executives applauded a U.S. District Court Judge for invalidating a National Labor Relations Board regulation that would have accelerated the time frame allowed for union elections. Judge James Boasberg said the NLRB at the time of the vote did not have a necessary quorum to approve the rule change. He said two commissioners voted to approve the regulation when at least three members were necessary to form a quorum. “According to Woody Allen, 80 percent of life is just ...

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