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Chamber of Commerce of the United States v. NLRB, Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, No. 12-1757 (June 14, 2013)

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Fourth Circuit Finds NLRB Lacked Authority to Issue Notice Posting Rule

FordHarrison LLP • June 18, 2013
Executive Summary: The Fourth Circuit has become the second federal appeals court to strike down the National Labor Relations Board's rule requiring employers to post a notice of employee rights. In Chamber of Commerce v. NLRB (June 14, 2013), the court held that the Board exceeded the authority granted to it by the National Labor Relations Act when it promulgated the rule.

Fourth Circuit Joins D.C. Circuit in Striking Down NLRB Notice Posting Rule

Ogletree Deakins • June 17, 2013
In a resounding victory for employers across the nation, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a recent decision of the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina, striking down the National Labor Relations Board's (NLRB) controversial notice posting rule. The rule would have required most private sector employers to post in the workplace a notice informing employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). The Fourth Circuit held that the NLRB "exceeded its authority in promulgating the challenged rule." Ogletree Deakins brought the lawsuit on behalf of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States and the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce. Chamber of Commerce of the United States v. NLRB, Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, No. 12-1757 (June 14, 2013).