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News From the Region
National Labor Relations Board General Counsel Richard F. Griffin, Jr. announced the appointment of Valerie T. Hardy-Mahoney as the Regional Attorney of the NLRB’s Regional office in Oakland, California (Region 32). In her new position, Ms. Hardy-Mahoney will assist Regional Director George Velastegui in the administration and enforcement of the National Labor Relations Act in portions of northern California and the northern half of Nevada.
The Board invites the filing of briefs to afford the parties and interested amici the opportunity to address the Board’s joint employer standard, as raised in Browning-Ferris Industries (Case 32-RC-109684).
Among the issues raised by the Board is whether the parties and amici believe the Board should adhere to its existing joint employer standard or adopt a new standard.
Briefs from the parties and interested amici are due on or before June 26, 2014.
National Labor Relations Board Chairman Mark Gaston Pearce and General Counsel Richard F. Griffin, Jr. announced their selection of George Velastegui to serve as Regional Director of the Agency’s Region 32 office in Oakland, California. Mr. Velastegui will be responsible for enforcement of the nation’s primary labor law covering private sector employees in the jurisdiction of Region 32, which services portions of northern California and the northern half of Nevada.
A statewide group of Kaiser healthcare employees voted in favor of retaining their current bargaining representative, SEIU-United Healthcare Workers-West (SEIU-UHW), rather than switching to its rival in the election, National Union of Healthcare Workers-California Nurses Association, AFL-CIO (NUHW-CNA). The results were announced this afternoon by National Labor Relations Board Regional Director William Baudler, the head of that Agency’s regional office in Oakland, California.
Regional Case Developments
|Case Name||Case Number||Case Activity||Issuance Date|
|Sam'l Bingham's Son Mfg. Co.||V3-C-02757||Board Decision||12/31/1948|
|Compliance Status of Cigar Makers, Etc.||OO-AA-00000||Board Decision||03/27/1957|
|Quebecor World Mt. Morris II, LLC:33-CA-15319||JD(ATL)-34-07||Administrative Law Judges Decision|
|Electrical Workers Local 98 (TRI-M Group, LLC)||CASE 04-CB-09713||Board Decision||08/31/2007|
|Decoster Egg Farms||AO-347||Board Decision||02/04/1998|
|Green Towers, Inc.||AO-346||Board Decision||01/13/1997|
|Tatm Realty Corp.||AO-345||Board Decision||01/13/1997|
|733 Arnow Realty Assn.||AO-344||Board Decision||12/23/1996|
|585 Associates & Lemle & Wollf||AO-343||Board Decision||12/11/1996|
|1151 Elder Associates, L.L.C.||AO-342||Board Decision||11/21/1996|