February 12, 2020

2011 Meeting Papers

It's More Than a Feeling, But Is It Perfectly Clear? Will the Board Overrule MV Transportation and Return to the Successor Bar Doctrine as Set Forth in St. Elizabeth Manor and Does MV Transportation Apply in a "Perfectly Clear" Successor Situation?
Mark Flora

The Long and Winding Road of Successorship: Why Reversal of MV Transportation and Spruce Up Will Lead Us Back to Success
Allyson L. Belovin

Imagine a World Where Employers Are Required to Bargain with Minority Unions: Thoughts on the Arguments For and Against Members-Only Bargaining
Catherine Fisk & Zenia Tashlitsky

Let's Get It On – On Websites, That Is: The Obama Board Considers Whether Board-Ordered Remedial Notices Should Be Posted Electronically on Employers' and Unions' Websites
Erica Freeman

"It's a New Dawn, It's a New Day, It's a New Life . . . and I'm Feeling Good": The NLRB Modernizes its Standard Notice-Posting Language and Finally Requires the Electronic Distribution of Remedial Notices
Nicole Cuda Pé rez

Significant ULP Cases in 2010
Barry J. Kearney

Selected Court and NLRB General Counsel Decisions
John H. Ferguson

A Review of Developments in NLRB Representation Case Law during 2010
John E. Higgins Jr.

Let It Be– Should We Let It Be, or Revisit the Recognition Bar Doctrine
Nelson D. Atkin II and Patrick E. Deady

You Can't Always Get What You Want – Another Look at Unilateral Change – When Is There Really a Change?
Pamela M. Keith

Fulfilling the Duty to Bargain by Refusing to Talk?
Joseph M. Goldhammer

The Venetian's Troubles Seemed So Far Away – On Remand, the Obama Board Revisits Calling the Police to Respond to Demonstrators: Was this Unlawful Interference with Section 7 Activity?
Thomas Anthony Swafford

The Venetian's Troubles Seemed So Far Away – On Remand, the Obama Board Revisits Calling the Police to Respond to Demonstrators: Was this Unlawful Interference with Section 7 Activity?
Martin J. Costello