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NLRB Member Terence Flynn resigns
May 27, 2012 by Ross Runkel at LawMemo

NLRB Member Terence F. Flynn submitted his resignation to the President and to NLRB Chairman Mark Gaston Pearce on May 26.

[Press release]

His resignation is effective July 24, 2012. He has immediately recused himself from all agency business and has asked that the President withdraw his nomination for Board Member of the NLRB.

The NLRB’s Inspector General recently issued two reports on allegations of improper conduct by Member Flynn during the period when he was serving as a Chief Counsel to Member Peter Schaumber.

Flynn was sworn in as a Board Member on January 9, 2012, following a recess appointment by the President.

Flynn's resignation leaves the Board with four Members - three Democrats and one Republican.


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