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NLRB GC Memo on duty to provide information
May 18, 2011 by Ross Runkel at LawMemo

The NLRB's Acting General Counsel has issued a Memo [here] designed to clarify parties' duty to provide relevant information necessary for bargaining.

The Memo points out that two related lines of cases have developed: one addressing an employer's general claim of an inability to pay certain wages or benefits; and another addressing more limited bargaining claims and requests for specific information related to those claims.

The Memo explains the appropriate analytical framework to be applied in all such cases.


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