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by News on November 3, 2011

in Compulsory Unionism, Federal Legislation, State and Local, Union Politics and Transparency

By Steve Wilhelm/Puget Sound Business Journal

The much-delayed National Labor Relations Board case against The Boeing Co.   is bogging down further, and could easily be unresolved by the time Boeing starts contract negotiations with the Machinists Union Local 751 next summer.

Months after opening proceedings in Seattle June 14, NLRB Administrative Law Judge Clifford Anderson still hasn’t had a chance to hear evidence, much less make any rulings.

And now the case will be further complicated by expected filings in a few weeks in U.S. District Court in Western Washington, asking the court to enforce Anderson’s orders to Boeing to release documents relevant to the case, and to give lawyers access to sections of documents Boeing (NYSE: BA) has redacted.

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