UPDATE to D.C. Circuit Litigation Over NLRB Posting Rule: D.C. Circuit Halts Implementation Pending Appeal

This post was written by Valerie M. Eifert and William Bevan, III.

The District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals granted a motion for an injunction pending appeal filed by national trade associations challenging the NLRB Posting Rule that requires all employers covered by the National Labor Relations Act to post a notice informing employees of their rights under the Act.  In granting the motion to enjoin the implementation of the rule pending appeal, the Circuit Court noted that the Board earlier agreed to postpone operation of the rule during the district court proceedings.  The Circuit Court also found that the district court's decision to uphold the posting rule while depriving the Board of its primary enforcement mechanism against noncompliance creates uncertainty regarding the application of the rule and counsels in favor of granting the request for an injunction.  The Circuit Court has expedited the appeal, requiring all briefing to be concluded by June 29, 2012 and oral argument to be held in September, 2012.   

A copy of the order can be found here:  
For more information and analysis on the district court's decision, check out our earlier blog posts on the rule: http://www.employmentlawwatch.com/2012/03/articles/employment-us/nlrb-posting-requirement-upheld-but-enforcement-limited/
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