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One Year After Browning-Ferris, Employers Decry Uncertainty


The article, “One Year After Browning-Ferris, Employers Decry Uncertainty,” discussed how one year after the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) loosened its definition of a joint employer in the Browning-Ferris case, management-side attorneys are still uncertain about the decision.

Steve Bernstein weighed in on the NLRB’s decision in the Miller & Anderson case, in which the board ruled employer consent isn’t required before an election covering temp workers and regular employees can take place.

Steve said this decision could in many ways prove more significant than the Browning-Ferris case.

"That's a much more recent decision and it has, I think, broader ramifications for employers in the organizing arena," he said. "I think that's the one that's ultimately going to make the biggest splash out there."

To read the full article, please visit Law360.


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