National Labor Relations Board v. Atlantic Veal & Lamb LLC et al

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New York Eastern

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Labor: Labor/Mgt. Relations


Brian M. Cogan

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  2. April 17, 2024

    Meat Biz Says NLRB Is 'Bullying' It In Subpoena Row

    A meatpacking business accused of improperly transferring union work told a New York federal court it shouldn't face fines for withholding some documents from National Labor Relations Board prosecutors, saying the prosecutors don't need them and are "bullying" a small business that "barely survived the pandemic."

  3. March 27, 2024

    NLRB Seeks Contempt Order In Meat Co. Subpoena Fight

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  4. October 31, 2023

    NLRB Subpoenas Trimmed In Meat Co. Work Transfer Case

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  6. May 31, 2023

    Meat Co. Says NLRB Abusing Power In Subpoena Fight

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