With Ambush Election Rules Poised to Go into Effect, NLRB General Counsel Issues Guidance Memo

With President Obama’s veto of Congressional action seeking to bar the implementation of the NLRB’s proposed “ambush election” rules, unless a court enjoins the effective date of the rules in one (or both) of the lawsuits currently pending that challenge the rules, on April 14, new rules will go into effect governing the filing and processing of union election petitions (see our post here discussing some of the details of these new rules).

Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 4/6/15: Cyber-Threat Executive Order; NLRB Elections Rule; Drones & Privacy; And Confined Spaces in Construction

Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 4/6/15:  Cyber-Threat Executive Order; NLRB Elections Rule; Drones & Privacy; And Confined Spaces in Construction

Issues on the periphery of regulatory practice highlighted the last week. The President of the United States (POTUS) unleashed financial regulation resources against cyber-threats by applying regulations and enforcement processes that have historically been used to combat foreign regimes, terrorists, international narcotics traffickers, and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.