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by News on September 30, 2011

in Federal Legislation

By Tim Gould/

That much-discussed National Labor Relations Board poster — you remember, the one that will tell your employees how to unionize — faces a new court challenge.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce have filed a joint lawsuit asking a federal district court to block the NLRB requirement that all employers post The Notification of Employee Rights Under the National Labor Relations Act.

The Chambers’ suit, filed in Charleston, SC, follows a similar action filed by the National Association of Manufacturers in a Washington, DC, federal court.

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