Proposed NLRB Regulations Pose Threat to Employers
Join us for an important breakfast briefing on Thursday, August 14, where Larry Feheley, chair of the Labor + Employment practice, will discuss the new “Ambush Election” and “Persuader Rule” regulations that could be enacted by the National Labor Relations Board yet this summer.
While the Employee Free Choice Act was not passed in Congress, the NLRB is now considering alternative rules that would alter many of the fundamental aspects of establishing a union, including a limit on the amount of time employers have to respond to an effort to organize and whether they will be able to obtain advice from lawyers in the process.
The NLRB now has a quorum for the new election rule and many believe it's likely to be adopted before Labor Day. Don't be "ambushed" by this important new labor regulation. Join us for breakfast and feel informed about these new union regulations that could dramatically affect your business.
Please register by Thursday, August 7, by clicking the RSVP button below or by contacting Ashton Lahman, email@example.com or (614) 255-5515. Space is limited to the first 30 registrants.
Lawrence Feheley, Director
Selected as the 2013 “Lawyer of the Year” in Columbus in the area of employment law for management by U.S. News & World Report, Larry chairs the firm’s Labor + Employee Relations practice area and represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment matters.
Complimentary Parking: We will reimburse parking tickets from the Columbus Commons Underground Garage only, located at 191 S. 3rd Street. Directions to parking garage.