A federal judge has nixed the NLRB’s proposed new joint-employer rule

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On Friday evening, a Texas federal judge blocked a proposed National Labor Relations Board rule that would have made it much easier for employees to unionize when he determined that enforcing the Board’s proposed joint employer rule “would be contrary to the law” and “arbitrary and capricious.”

I’ll give you a little refresher on the Board’s proposal. Then, we’ll examine where it fell apart.

What does the final rule say?

Back in October, the Board published a final rule which established that it would consider two or more entities to be joint employers of a group of employees if each

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