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Employer Groups Fail in Attempt to Stay Quickie-Election Rules
On Saturday, April 28, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Coalition for a Democratic Workplace’s (“Plaintiffs”) attempt to stay the implementation of the quickie-election rules that go into effect May 1st was denied by the United States District Court for the District of Columbia's Judge James E. Boasberg. In his brief minute order,
Judge Boasberg denied the plaintiff's Motion to Stay, filed on Friday, April 27, stating that “[a]ny injury to Plaintiffs is not irreparable because the Court will issue its Memorandum Opinion on the merits by May 15, which date will precede any potential election under the new rule.”
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