Court grants injunction against NLRB notice posting

According to Jade West, the National Association of Wholesalers-Distributors (NAW) Senior Vice President-Government Relations, the D.C. Court ruled against the challenge to the NLRB’s Rule requiring companies to post a Notice of Employee Rights under the National Labor Relations Act. 

The NAW appealed that decision and filed an emergency motion for an injunction to prevent the NLRB from enforcing the rule while the cases are pending. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has just granted the motion for an injunction and set a schedule for filing of briefs in the appeal and a September date for oral argument in the appeal.

This means that the April 30 deadline for posting the notice has been invalidated while the case is on appeal. The earliest date that this rule could take effect, if ever, would be October or November, after the oral argument.


For more information on legislative matters facing the Wholesaler-Distributor industry, follow the NAW Legal Advisory page.


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