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Starbucks Appears Likely to Win Supreme Court Dispute With NLRB
Posted On: Apr 23, 2024
Apr. 23, 2024 | LABOR LAW | The U.S. Supreme Court appeared to side with Starbucks Tuesday in a case that could make it harder for the federal government to seek injunctions when it suspects a company of interfering in unionization campaigns. Justices noted during oral arguments that Congress requires the National Labor Relations Board to seek such injunctions in federal court and said that gives the courts the duty to consider several factors, including whether the board would ultimately be successful in its administrative case against a company. But the NLRB says that since 1947, the National Labor Relations Act — the law that governs the agency — has allowed courts to grant temporary injunctions… Associated Press (AP) Related: How the Starbucks case at the Supreme Court could affect unions everywhere
 
 
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