Peter D. Conrad

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  • Monday, May 3, 2010
    The NLRA And The Non-Union Employer: It's Time To Get In Gear It is a common misconception held by many employers that the National Labor Relations Act - which, among other things, prohibits discrimination against employees based on union membership and governs the collective bargaining process between labor and management - does not apply in any way...
  • Sunday, October 4, 2009
    When President Obama was elected last November, it was widely speculated that the Employee Free Choice Act would be among the first pieces of significant legislation to be pushed through Congress, with the possibility that the National Labor Relations Board might be running card-checks in place of secret-ballot elections by the middle of this year. That,...
  • Sunday, August 1, 2004
    In a decision of major importance affecting all private sector non-union employers, the National Labor Relations Board has reconsidered whether unrepresented employees have the right to a coworker's presence during an investigatory interview and has concluded that they do not. IBM Corporation, 341 NLRB No. 148 (6/9/04). The decision frees non-union...