9th Circ. Backs NLRB’s Bad-Faith Bargaining Ruling

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Law360 (May 24, 2021, 2:25 PM EDT) — The Ninth Circuit upheld a National Labor Relations Board ruling that a telecommunications company bargained in bad faith with an electrical workers’ union, saying the company’s contract proposals and other actions in bargaining were enough evidence to support the decision.

In an unpublished decision issued Friday, a three-judge Ninth Circuit panel rejected Altura Communication Solutions LLC’s challenge to a 2020 NLRB ruling that that company violated federal labor law while negotiating with International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 21. The panel said the board acted within its authority when it found contracts Altura proposed that would have given it broad authority…

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