Employers Seek Immediate Court Decision Against NLRB’s Unlawful Administration Move

WASHINGTON, D.C. // OCTOBER 26, 2011 // Today, the Coalition for a Democratic Workplace along with co-plaintiff National Association of Manufacturers filed a motion in federal court seeking summary judgment to prevent implementation of the NLRB’s ill-advised, unlawful effort to force approximately 6 million workplaces to post notices that amount to advertisements for joining a union.

CDW Chairman Geoffrey Burr said, “The courts need to stop the out-of-control NLRB. The agency clearly has overstepped its authority and this rule should be summarily vacated.”

A copy of the filing can be found here.

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