The Decline and Irrelevance of the NLRB and What Can Be Done About It: Some Reflections on Privately Devised Alternatives
October 31, 2008
Bibliography: William B. Gould IV, The Decline and Irrelevance of the NLRB and What Can Be Done About It: Some Reflections on Privately Devised Alternatives, Keynote Address to the State Bar of California Labor and Employment Law Section Annual Meeting, San Diego Bay Hyatt Regency Marina and Spa, San Diego, California, October 31, 2008.
Former chairman of the National Labor Relations Board and Stanford Law School Professor Emeritus William B. Gould IV delivered a keynote speech at the Annual Meeting of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the California State Bar. In addition to discussing the merits of private solutions for resolving disputes about union formation, Gould offered ideas on how to best revive and reform the 73-year-old National Labor Relations Act, including bipartisan approaches to revising the Employee Free Choice Act, along with ways the National Labor Relations Board can restore its efficacy and reputation.
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