There are 3 significant developments at the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”).

NLRB Revises Independent Contractor Test

In late January, the Board overturned the Obama-era test for establishing whether an individual is an employee or independent contractor under the National Labor Relations Act.  Under the Obama-era test, the Board ignored whether an individual had entrepreneurial

Employers should take note of the following developments in labor law.  The National Labor Relations Board vacated a key joint-employer decision and the United States Supreme Court is considering two cases which will impact labor law and union organizing.

Oops! Board Member’s Private Practice History Leads to Return of Obama-Era Joint-Employer Standard

In a previous

Last week, the NLRB held its promise and issued a series of decisions just before Chairman Philip Miscimarra’s term ended on Saturday, December 16.  As expected, the Republican-led NLRB overturned four decisions of the Obama-era.  However, the Board issued an employee-friendly decision, holding an employer violated the NLRA by firing two employees for soliciting union