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How to take a case before the NLRB

Author: Brent Garren; Elaine S Fox; John C Truesdale; Jeffrey A Norris
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Bureau of National Affairs, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : CD for computer : English : 7th edView all editions and formats
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Rev. ed. of : How to take a case before the NLRB / Jeffrey A. Norris, Michael J. Shershin. 6th ed. c1992.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brent Garren; Elaine S Fox; John C Truesdale; Jeffrey A Norris
ISBN: 1570181837 9781570181832
OCLC Number: 44493338
Notes: Revised edition of: How to take a case before the NLRB / Jeffrey A. Norris, Michael J. Shershin. 6th ed. c1992.
"Committee on Practice and Procedure Under the NLRA, Section of Labor and Employment Law, American Bar Association."
Includes index.
Description: lvi, 1301 pages : forms ; 26 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Details: System requirements: Wordperfect 6.2 and Adobe PDF formats.
Contents: pt. I. Overview --
1. What the law provides --
2. The machinery of the National Labor Relations Board --
3. Jurisdiction of the Board --
pt. II. Representation proceedings --
4. Designation of a bargaining agent without an election --
5. The petition for an election --
6. Prehearing handling of the election petition --
7. The representation hearing --
8. Posthearing procedures, withdrawals, and disclaimers --
9. The election --
10. Postelection procedures --
11. Decertification and union security deauthorization procedures --
pt. III. Unfair labor practice proceedings --
12. The unfair labor practice charge and investigation --
13. Deferral of charges to arbitration --
14. Settlement of unfair labor --
15. Unfair labor practice prehearing procedures --
16. The unfair labor practice hearing --
17. Unfair labor practice posthearing procedures --
18. Compliance procedures --
pt. IV. Supplemental proceedings --
19. Jurisdictional dispute proceedings --
20. Picketing for recognition or organization --
21. Ancillary judicial proceedings --
injunctions and subpoena enforcement --
22. Dispute settlement procedures --
23. Proceedings for reimbursementof attorneys' fees and litigation expenses --
pt. V. Records and filing requirements --
24. Records and information --
25. Filing and service of papers --
Appendixes. (A) National Labor Relations Act --
(B) NLRB rules and regulations and statements of procedure, topical index, delegations of authority, and NLRB offices --
(C) NLRB casehandling materials --
(D) Administrative regulations and supplemental standards of ethical conduct --
(E) NLRB decision-making process --
(F) NLRB world wide web site --
(G) Inter-agency and other coordination memoranda --
(H) Best practices documents --
(I) Selected impact analysis documents --
(J) Lightening the regionsl office workload (General Counsel Memorandum 95-15, August 22, 1995) and questionnaires --
(K) General Counsel and Operations-management Memoranda, 1959 through April 20, 2000 --
(L) Section 10(j) Manual, revised July 1996 --
(M) NLRB Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Manual --
(N) NLRB Strategic Plan fiscal years 1997-2002 --
(O) Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) national, regional, and field offices --
(P) Excerpts from Postal Reorganization Act.
Responsibility: editors-in-chief, Brent Garren, Elaine S. Fox, John C. Truesdale ; associate editors, Timothy J. Darby, John E. Higgins, Jr.

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Rev. ed. of : How to take a case before the NLRB / Jeffrey A. Norris, Michael J. Shershin. 6th ed. c1992.

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