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McDonald's v. Serv. Emp.'s Int'l Union   (NLRB)

NLRB preclusion standards

On August 28, 2018, the NAM, along with other trade groups, filed an amicus brief urging the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to uphold specific, well-established recusal standards. This case involves the Service Employees International Union’s (SEIU) attempt to force two republican NLRB members to recuse themselves because their former law firms represented clients with similar issues as the issues in this case, even though neither NRLB member nor their former law firms served as counsel for any of the parties in this case. This “issue preclusion” standard advocated by the SEIU is an extraordinary departure from established recusal procedures, is irreconcilable with federal regulations and unmanageable as a practical matter. The NAM’s brief explains why prior recusal standards should be upheld to allow the NLRB to efficiently decide the many matters it confronts without fundamentally altering how it functions.


Related Documents:
NAM amicus brief  (August 28, 2018)

 


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