Society, Justice and Law
August 30, 2019
“Some of the statements look to me just like what the [National Labor Relations] Board calls ‘hallmark violations,’ which are especially serious violations of the National Labor Relations Act,” said Charlotte Garden, a labor and employment law and Constitutional law professor at Seattle University School of Law. “ Threatening to close a plant is “a classic hallmark violation,” Garden said.
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