We represented a global automotive supplier in an unfair labor practice charge filed by a former employee who alleged that he was discharged in retaliation for engaging in protected concerted activities after he drafted a petition and approached his coworkers for their signatures while they were on the clock and in company work areas. After an extensive investigation by the NLRB, we successfully resolved the matter with the NLRB.
Defense of Unfair Labor Practice Charge for Global Automotive Supplier
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