San Diego Attorney Discusses Recent NLRB Decision on Successor Employers
In the Daily Journal article titled “New owners might get out of a union agreement, NLRB says,” Christopher Conti discusses the NLRB’s decision in Ridgewood Health Care Center, where the board narrowed the terms under which new management must adhere to a standing collective bargaining agreement after acquiring a company with a unionized workforce. The decision overturned decades-old precedent, and Chris says the board’s decision might signal its intention to roll back the successor exception further by overturning more cases.
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