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NLRB Advice Memorandum Reporter

Product details:

Brand: LRP
Copyright: 2011-2023
Service #: 30572946
Sub #: 30572948
Publication Frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update format: No updating

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NLRB Advice Memorandum Reporter


Periodically released


Subscription service billed annually

Each month, NLRB Advice Memorandum Reporter delivers full-text private sector labor relations decisions issued by the Division of Advice of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). It provides insight on the reasoning and litigation strategies used by the Division when determining whether a complaint on an alleged unfair practice charge should be issued. The Reporter uses the NLRB's indexing system and summarizes the posted decisions in a reader-friendly format, saving you hours of research time. It addresses topics such as employee personal use of email and voicemail systems, picket activity standards, and union requests for information from employers. Cases consist of "go" decisions, which authorize a region to issue a complaint, and dismissal decisions.

Features and benefits:

  • Reports on the most recent NLRB Division of Advice private sector labor relations decisions
  • Offers insight into the reasoning and strategies
  • Uses the Board's indexing system and provides concise summaries
  • Reports on dismissal decisions and the more infrequent "go" decisions
  • Covers timely topics such as employee use of email, social media, surveillance, union insignia, and union requests for information
  • Offers guidance for all involved in negotiation, interpretation, and administration of private sector collective bargaining
  • Utilizes the topical indexing system relied on by the NLRB in its own official reports and provides a convenient tool for research on specific labor relations' questions
  • Highlights concise summaries of the rulings and reasoning of the Division of Advice, in an easily circulated looseleaf format

Important Customer Service Information: The New York PERB Reports (NY PERB) was acquired by Thomson Reuters in 2011. Thomson Reuters does not provide print materials for NY PERB prior to 2011. A potential purchaser of print materials may purchase NY PERB Reports materials from Thomson Reuters beginning in 2011 Current Reports binders. All NY PERB decisions prior to 2011 are available on Westlaw.