Supreme Court: NLRB Official Couldn’t Be Acting General Counsel and Nominee Simultaneously
In the article, "Supreme Court: NLRB Official Couldn’t Be Acting General Counsel and Nominee Simultaneously," featured in SHRM, Attorney Corey Goerdt uses Solomon's revocation of counsel to highlight the importance of having good legal representation.
"This case is a reminder that good lawyering matters," said Corey. "The employer's counsel in this case made a novel legal argument—one that conflicted with years of generally unquestioned past practice and that had absolutely nothing to do with the facts of alleged unfair labor practice. Without that creative legal approach, the employer would have been stuck with an NLRB decision finding it responsible for an unfair labor practice."
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