|Feb. 25, 2017 | www.fisherphillips.com|
The ongoing saga over composition of the National Labor Relations Board took several twists last month, and uncertainty continues to swirl around the agency’s authority to do business. As of today, the Board consists of Democrat Chairman Mark Pearce (whose term is set to expire in August), along with two recess appointees, Richard Griffin and Sharon Block, both also Democrats. The two other seats, which by tradition should be held by Republicans, have remained vacant for some time.