Administrative Proceedings

  • Jon P. Westrum, d/b/a J. Westrum Electric and JWE LLC, 365 NLRB No. 151 (2017) (ruling that the signatory employer used an alter ego to evade the employer's contractual obligations and ordering the employer to pay back wages and back fringe benefits as well as to provide other make-whole remedies and injunctive relief)
  • North Memorial Health Care, 364 NLRB No. 61 (2016) (holding that the employer engaged in serious and widespread unfair labor practices, ordering reinstatement of a union steward with full back pay, refusing to defer the case to arbitration, and expanding the remedies ordered by the judge to include the employer reading the remedial notice to all employees in the presence of a National Labor Relations Board representative and union representatives)
  •  St. Francis Regional Medical Center, 363 NLRB No. 69 (2015)  (ruling that the employer violated the National Labor Relations Act by discharging a union steward for using health data as the basis for an information request to the employer, declining to defer the case to arbitration, and rejecting the employer’s jurisdictional argument that the employer based on the purported lack of authority of the Acting General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board)

  • Appollo Systems, Inc., 360 NLRB No. 80 (2014) (deferring the employer’s unit-clarification petition to arbitration and permitting the arbitrator to decide whether the employer constituted an unlawful double-breasting operation as a single employer or through an alter ego company)

  • Schwickert’s of Rochester, Inc., 349 NLRB 687 (2007) (requiring the employer to make all delinquent fringe-benefit contributions in order to protect employees’ economic interest in the future viability of the fringe-benefit funds)

  • Schwickert’s of Rochester, Inc., 343 NLRB 1044 (2004) (holding that the employer constructively discharged employees by unilaterally imposing new employment terms and, moreover, ruling that the results of multi-employer bargaining bound the employer despite the employer’s attempt to withdraw from negotiations)