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FW : And now Boeing's

Interesting use of question marks in last sentence.

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FW : NLRB tries to block Boeing's plant in S.C. | CharlotteObserver.com & The Charlotte

Observer Newspaper

Not sure if Rich sent you this article.
Boeing and this decision.

First time I heard Daley's name in connection with

Check the comments too.

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Rich

Have you seen this piece from the Charlotte Observer which reports that Obama's Chief of

Staff, Bill Daley, was on the Boeing Bd of Directors when the Board unanimously voted to

approve the move to S.C?

Ellen

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Latest Developments

NLRB Complaint Challenges Boeing ‘Transfer' of Dreamliner Work to South Carolina

Facility

Posted April 21, 2011, 1:23 P.M. ET

The National Labor Relations Board's acting general counsel April 20 issued an unfair labor

practice complaint alleging that Boeing Co. illegally transferred some of its airliner production

and related supply operations to South Carolina because Washington state employees

represented by the International Association of Machinists have in the past engaged in lawful

strikes over contract disputes with the company (Boeing Co., NLRB, No. 19-CA-32431,

complaint issued 4/20/11).

Calling the company's actions illegally motivated and “inherently destructive” of employee

rights under the National Labor Relations Act, Acting General Counsel Lafe E. Solomon said

he will seek an administrative order requiring the company to add a second line for assembly

of its 787 Dreamliner plane in Washington, utilizing supply lines maintained by IAM-

represented workers in the Seattle area and Oregon.

Boeing immediately said it will vigorously contest the complaint, which Executive Vice

President and General Counsel J. Michael Luttig April 20 called “legally frivolous” and “ a

radical departure from both NLRB and Supreme Court precedent.”

Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) charged the action was “nothing more than a political favor for the

unions who are supporting President Obama's re-election campaign.”

But IAM Vice President Rich Michalski said April 20 that under the NLRA “it's clearly illegal to

threaten or penalize workers who engage in concerted activity.”

A full report will appear in the next issue of Daily Labor Report. Click here for the latest

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Firm Settles for $2.6 Million Class Suit Alleging Unlawful Background Checks

Posted April 21, 2011, 12:55 P.M. ET

The freight services company Vitran Express Inc. has settled for $2.6 million a nationwide
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class action alleging that the company failed to comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act

while conducting criminal and other background checks on job applicants, according to a

proposed settlement filed April 19 in a federal district court in Ohio (Hall v. Vitran Express

Inc., N.D. Ohio, No. 1:09-cv-00800, proposed settlement filed 4/19/11).

Under a stipulation of settlement given preliminary approval by Judge Dan Aaron Polster of

the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, individuals who applied for jobs with

Vitran between April 7, 2004, and March 13, 2009, would be eligible to receive payments

ranging from $550 to $1,930 each because of the company's alleged failure to comply with

the FCRA's notice and disclosure requirements while using criminal records and other credit

reports to make hiring decisions.

Thomas Hall, the named plaintiff in the lawsuit filed in April 2009, would receive a $10,000

incentive payment in addition to any other monetary settlement for which he is eligible for

his efforts in pressing the class action, according to the proposed settlement. The agreement

also provides that class counsel can apply for attorneys' fees not to exceed 30 percent of the

$2.6 million settlement fund and that Vitran will not oppose their application. Class counsel

will send notice to potential class members, who can opt out of the litigation or file objections

within deadlines set in the proposed settlement.

The district court has scheduled a fairness hearing for Aug. 31, and the settlement will not

take effect until after the court hears any objections from class members and grants its final

approval.

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IAM Members at AK Steel Ratify Contract Covering 1,700 at Ohio Steel Mill

Posted April 21, 2011, 5:31 P.M. ET

Members of the International Association of Machinists employed at an AK Steel Corp. facility

in Middletown, Ohio, voted to ratify a collective bargaining agreement covering some 1,700

workers that provides for wage increases and keeps many other provisions of the prior

contract in place, a union official told BNA.

Scott Rich, president of IAM Local Lodge 1943 in Middletown, said the previous contract was

set to expire in September, and that the new agreement largely is an extension of the

previous agreement. Negotiations, he said, were not contentious in this bargaining round,

especially when compared to the previous contract, the ratification of which in early 2007

brought an end to a nearly 13-month lockout.

Members ratified the latest agreement April 19 by a “three-to-one margin,” Rich said. The

new agreement provides that workers receive a lump sum payment of $1,500 payable upon

ratification, as well as 50-cent per hour increases in 2011 and 2012.

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California's Fair Employment and Housing Act allows an

employer to draw a distinction between disability-related

misconduct by an employee that threatens workplace violence

and the disability itself, a state appeals court held April...

Disabilities

OWCP Approval of Job Offer Is Not Reason

To Refuse to Engage in Interactive Process

The fact that the Labor Department's Office of Workers'

Compensation Programs approved a job that the U.S. Postal

Service offered to a disabled postal worker did not mean that

the offer was a reasonable accommodation of his disability...

Economic Outlook

Leading Indicators Rose in March

To Signal Continued Economic Growth

Signaling continued growth of the U.S. economy, the index of

leading economic indicators rose 0.4 percent in March, the

Conference Board reported April 21....

Employee Benefits

EBSA Posts 2010 Final Advisory Reports

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The Labor Department's Employee Benefits Security

Administration April 20 posted the final 2010 ERISA Advisory

Council Reports to its website....

Employment Contracts

Court Dismisses Former IBM Employee's

Claims for Commission, Separation Payments

An incentive pay plan implemented by IBM Corp. did not

amount to an enforceable promise of commission payments,

and therefore a former IBM salesman's Colorado contract law

claims for nearly $200,000 in commissions and separation

pay...

Federal Employees

TSA Airport Screeners to Decide on Union

During Four Weeks of Voting Ending June 21

A runoff election to determine the exclusive union

representative for approximately 43,000 federal airport

screeners is scheduled to be conducted over a four-week period

ending June 21, with the votes tallied June 23, the two

competing unions...

Manufacturing

National Manufacturing Strategy Bill

Could Move in Congress, Supporters Say

Supporters of bipartisan legislation (H.R. 1366, S. 751) to

require the development of a national manufacturing strategy to

boost traditional and high-tech manufacturing and spur U.S. job

growth were optimistic April 21 that the bill would...

Pay Equity

Workplace Gender Pay Gap Harms

Workers, Families, Nation, Speakers Say

DENVER—Fair pay is not just a women's issue, but a family

issue, speakers said April 21 at a Fair Pay Day panel discussion

in Denver sponsored by the Equal Employment Opportunity

Commission. ...

Pensions

PBGC Intends to Develop New Version

Of Proposed Rule on Reportable Events

The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation intends to develop a

new version of a 2009 proposed regulation on reportable events

in response to the Obama administration's regulatory reform

initiative and public comments, according to...

Pensions

PBGC to Pay Pension Benefits for FBOP Corp.

The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation April 21 announced

that it will assume responsibility for the retirement benefits of

approximately 2,600 employees and retirees of Chicago-based

FBOP Corp., a former bank holding company....

Privacy Rights

Parties Agree to $2.6 Million Settlement

Of Suit Alleging Unlawful Background Checks
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Freight services company Vitran Express Inc. has settled for

$2.6 million a nationwide class action alleging that the company

failed to comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act while

conducting criminal background checks on job applicants,...

Retiree Benefits

Court Issues Injunction Requiring

Manufacturer to Restore Retiree Benefits

The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin April

18 issued an injunction that requires a Wisconsin-based

manufacturing company to restore company-paid health

insurance for its retirees (Temme v. Bemis Co., E.D. Wis.,...

Retiree Benefits

Thirty-Six Percent of Companies to Use

Exchanges for Early Retirees, Survey Finds

Thirty-six percent of companies surveyed by Aon Hewitt plan to

use state health insurance exchanges for retirees who are not

yet eligible for Medicare, according to survey results released

April 20....

Safety & Health

NTSB, ALPA Say House FAA Bill Provision

Would Delay FAA's Proposed Fatigue Rule

An amendment recently passed by the House as part of the

Federal Aviation Administration authorization bill (H.R. 658)

could delay FAA's proposed fatigue rule for pilots and

compromise airline safety, the head of the National

Transportation...

Steel

IAM Members at Ohio AK Steel Works

Ratify Three-Year Contract Covering 1,700

Members of the International Association of Machinists

employed at an AK Steel Corp. facility in Middletown, Ohio, April

19 voted to ratify a collective bargaining agreement covering

some 1,700 workers that provides for wage increases and...

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Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Labor and

Employment Rulings

ECONOMIC NEWS

Unemployment Insurance

First-Time Claims Declined by 13,000

To 403,000 in Latest Week, ETA Reports

The number of workers filing first-time unemployment insurance

claims fell by 13,000 last week to 403,000 claims seasonally

adjusted, partly reversing a jump of 31,000 the week ended

April 9, as revised, the Department of Labor's Employment...

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Wendy N. Powell: The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor

Relations Board has Awakened a Sleeping Giant

Road Runner – 06/22/11 19:57 –

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If no agreement could be reached in 120 days, a government arbitrator would force

an agreement. The EFCA did not gain the needed momentum to pass in Congress

and was not even supported by major players in the Democratic party.

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The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor Relations Board

has Awakened a Sleeping Giant

The Huffington Post – 06/22/11 18:50 –

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Keep an eye out for the newly proposed changes to the National Labor Relations

Act. They are remarkably similar to the Employee Free Choice Act. The proposed

EFCA has been nicely tucked away on the back burner since it died in the Senate in

2009 due to bi-partisan opposition.

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Wine Briefs

Napa Valley Register (AP) – 06/23/11 03:00 –

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Somerston’s grand opening Saturday The grand opening of Somerston’s winery and

tasting room is from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 25. The afternoon includes

Somerston estate wines and appetizers made with grass-fed lamb from the ranch,

inspired by Somerston winemaker Craig Becker; off-road Polaris

...with grass-fed lamb from the ranch, inspired by Somerston winemaker Craig

Becker; off-road Polaris buggy tours of the vineyards and views of...

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Guest commentary: What's really at stake in the Boeing dispute

STLtoday.com (AP) – 06/23/11 01:00 –

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These are strange times in U.S. labor relations, and they are getting stranger by day.

The past two weeks have seen several important developments in the bizarre

ongoing saga between the National Labor Relations Board and Boeing, which has

become a cause célèbre for conservative politicians and pund

..."discuss" the NLRB's actions. With considerable reluctance, Lafe Solomon, the

acting general counsel who issued the complaint, testified at the...

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Stacking the deck for unions

New York Post – 06/22/11 23:27 –

Words matched: Craig Becker

With the 2012 election season already under way and the president's poll numbers

continuing to sink, Team Obama is desperately trying to shore up his labor-union

base, courtesy of the now heavily radicalized National Labor Relations Board.

...office, Obama has packed the NLRB with veteran union activists, like Craig

Becker, previously the SEIU's top lawyer and associate general counsel...

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Obama: The Union President....

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The Union 'Quickie' More Big Labor help from the NLRB. When Big Labor failed to

persuade even a Democratic Congress to pass "card check" legislation, it turned to

Plan B: the National Labor Relations Board, which yesterday delivered a plan for

"quickie" union elections designed to make organizing e

...challenges also take time. The lone Republican on the current NLRB, Brian

Hayes, estimates the new rules could allow elections to take place in...

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NLRB-Boeing fight called evidence of ‘jobs blocking agenda’

The Washington Times – 06/22/11 20:15 –

Words matched: Lafe Solomon, Brian Hayes

Union arguments ‘ludicrous’: Scott

...force the NLRB to withdraw the complaint, but he could fire Lafe Solomon , the

acting general counsel who is leading the fight against Boeing .

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Beech Street Capital Provides $16 Million To Acquire Florida Apartments

Maddux News Wire – 06/22/11 18:13 –

Words matched: Brian Hayes

JUNE 2011, BETHESDA, MD – Beech Street Capital, LLC announced today that it

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has provided a $16 million Fannie Mae conventional loan for the acquisition of

Sawgrass Cove Apartments, a 336-unit property in Bradenton, Florida.

...executed, the Beech Street underwriting team consisting of Jeff Lee , Brian

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Labor board rules would make it easier to unionize

peoplesworld – 06/22/11 17:36 –

Words matched: Wilma Liebman, Brian Hayes

The National Labor Relations Board proposed new rules this week that would make

it easier for workers to unionize. The NLRB proposals would shorten the process by

ensuring that employers, employees and unions receive information sooner and by

delaying employer-instigated litigation over many voter-

...petitions and other materials. One of the board's four members, Brian Hayes , the

only Republican, dissented from the proposed new rules. The...

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Berkeley's Medheads Watching Their Backs After Med Mezzanine Takeover

Last Month

Berkeley Daily Planet – 06/22/11 16:05 –

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Last month's 20 minute police "take-over" at Berkeley's hottest South side location,

the historic Caffe Mediterraneum (it's Landmarked!), leaves Medheads asking

whether their haunt has their backs covered or has inserted a knife.

...with Med interventions on behalf of its patrons. Starting with the present owner,

Craig Becker, 59, we have this: At the time of his death at...

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NLRB Pushes New Rules to Facilitate Unionization

TPMDC – 06/22/11 15:10 –

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2011 has been a busy year for labor unions across America. After historic budget

battles in Wisconsin and Ohio, governors in more states like Florida and New Jersey

have been clamping down on collective bargaining rights and targeting state worker

benefits in attempts to cut spending and balance bud

...the possibility of pre-election appeals. According to NLRB chairman Wilma

Liebman, "the current rules still seem to build in unnecessary delays ,

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Rules would speed up union elections

Sify – 06/22/11 11:20 –

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Labor regulators are proposing sweeping new rules that would dramatically speed

up the time frame for union elections, a move that could make it easier for struggling

unions to organize new members, and cut the time businesses have to mount anti-

union campaigns.

...to take place in as little as 5 to 10 days. Board chairwoman Wilma Liebman said

the plan would lead to rules that are simpler and clearer , removing...

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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERS PRESIDENT AND CHIEF

EXECUTIVE OFFICER MR. JAY TIMMONS PREPARED TESTIMONY BEFORE

THE SENATE JOINT ECONOMIC COMMITTEE HEARING ON MANUFACTURING

IN THE USA: WHY WE NEED A NATIONAL MANUFACTURING STRATEGY?, AS

RELEASED

Electric Light & Power – 06/22/11 21:10 –

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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERS PRESIDENT AND CHIEF

EXECUTIVE OFFICER MR. JAY TIMMONS, PREPARED TESTIMONY BEFORE

THE SENATE JOINT ECONOMIC COMMITTEE HEARING ON MANUFACTURING

IN THE USA: W HY WE NEED A NATIONAL MANUFACTURING STRATEGY?, AS

RELEASED BY THE COMMITTEE JUNE 22, 2011 SPEAKER: MR.

...the authority to require all employers to do anything since the National Labor

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The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor Relations Board

has Awakened a Sleeping Giant

Daily Me – 06/22/11 20:05 –

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Keep an eye out for the newly proposed changes to the National Labor Relations

Act. They are remarkably similar to the " target="_hplink"Employee Free Choice

Act[1].

...Sleeping Giant Keep an eye out for the newly proposed changes to the National

Labor Relations Act. They are remarkably similar to the "

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Injunction imposed blocking McCormick Pl. reforms

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Words matched: National Labor Relations Act

Wednesday, June 22, 2011 6:52 PM EST Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2011 6:52

PM EST CHICAGO (AP) - A judge has issued an injunction barring enforcement of

state-imposed work-rule changes at Chicago's McCormick Place convention center.

...legislators' action overturned collective bargaining rights in violation of the

National Labor Relations Act. One rule tossed gave exhibitors the right...

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Injunction blocks McCormick Place reforms

Daily Herald – 06/22/11 19:45 –

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A judge has issued an injunction barring enforcement of state-imposed work-rule

changes at Chicago’s McCormick Place convention center. U.S. District Judge

Ronald Guzman issued the permanent injunction Wednesday in a case involving

Local 727 of the Teamsters and the Chicago Regional Council of Carp

...legislators action overturned collective bargaining rights in violation of the National

Labor Relations Act. One rule tossed gave exhibitors the...

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McCormick Place loses bid to keep labor changes in place

WGN Radio – 06/22/11 19:09 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Act

McCormick Place officials have lost a legal battle to keep labor changes in place

temporarily while they appeal an earlier court ruling invalidating the measures.

...for the convention center. Guzman ruled in March that the National Labor

Relations Act pre-empts states from enacting legislation that would...

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Judge issues injunction barring enforcement of state changes to McCormick

Place work rules

Daily Reporter – 06/22/11 18:45 –

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Words matched: National Labor Relations Act

CHICAGO — A judge has issued an injunction barring enforcement of state-imposed

work-rule changes at Chicago's McCormick Place convention center. U.S.

...legislators' action overturned collective bargaining rights in violation of the

National Labor Relations Act. One rule tossed gave exhibitors the right...

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Wendy N. Powell: The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor

Relations Board has Awakened a Sleeping Giant

Zmarter – 06/22/11 18:31 –

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Labor board rules would make it easier to unionize

peoplesworld – 06/22/11 17:36 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Act

The National Labor Relations Board proposed new rules this week that would make

it easier for workers to unionize. The NLRB proposals would shorten the process by

ensuring that employers, employees and unions receive information sooner and by

delaying employer-instigated litigation over many voter-

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McCormick Place suffers labor setback

quEDIT – 06/22/11 23:55 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Act

Convention center's hopes for reprieve dashed, and fears grow that trade shows

may cancel; unions say they want to talk, negotiate

stated in a court filing. Guzman ruled in March that the National Labor Relations

Act pre-empts states from enacting legislation that would interfere...

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Wendy N. Powell: The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor

Relations Board has Awakened a Sleeping Giant

Zmarter – 06/22/11 18:31 –

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A good case against Boeing

Road Runner – 06/22/11 21:19 –

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The board was right to bring the complaint, because the law is on its side, and such

complaints are a step in the right direction. The National Labor Relations Act says

that it is an unfair labor practice to retaliate against workers for union activity.

and such complaints are a step in the right direction. The National Labor Relations

Act says that it is an unfair labor practice to retaliate ...

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McCormick Place suffers big setback as federal judge issues permanent

injunction that blocks labor rule changes

Chicago Tribune – 06/22/11 21:17 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Act

Convention center's hopes for reprieve dashed, and fears grow that trade shows

may cancel; unions say they want to talk, negotiate

stated in a court filing. Guzman ruled in March that the National Labor Relations

Act pre-empts states from enacting legislation that would interfere...

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The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor Relations Board

has Awakened a Sleeping Giant

The Huffington Post – 06/22/11 18:50 –

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Keep an eye out for the newly proposed changes to the National Labor Relations

Act. They are remarkably similar to the Employee Free Choice Act. The proposed

EFCA has been nicely tucked away on the back burner since it died in the Senate in

2009 due to bi-partisan opposition.

...Giant Keep an eye out for the newly proposed changes to the National Labor

Relations Act. They are remarkably similar to the Employee Free Choice...

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Injunction imposed blocking McCormick Pl. reforms

STLtoday.com (AP) – 06/22/11 18:45 –

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A judge has issued an injunction barring enforcement of state-imposed work-rule

changes at Chicago's McCormick Place convention center. U.S. District Judge

Ronald Guzman issued the permanent injunction Wednesday in a case involving

Local 727 of the Teamsters and the Chicago Regional Council of Carp

...legislators' action overturned collective bargaining rights in violation of the

National Labor Relations Act. One rule tossed gave exhibitors the right...

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Judge issues injunction barring enforcement of state changes to McCormick

Place work rules

The Republic (AP) – 06/22/11 18:45 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Act

CHICAGO — A judge has issued an injunction barring enforcement of state-imposed

work-rule changes at Chicago's McCormick Place convention center. U.S.

...legislators' action overturned collective bargaining rights in violation of the

National Labor Relations Act. One rule tossed gave exhibitors the right...

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Judge halts McCormick Place labor reforms

Chicago Sun-Times – 06/22/11 17:33 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Act

Updated: June 22, 2011 5:24PM Operators of McCormick Place cannot impose

labor reforms while a federal judge’s ruling striking down state-mandated changes is

appealed, the judge ruled Wednesday.

...state Legislature overturned collective bargaining rights in violation of the National

Labor Relations Act. In Wednesday s ruling, Guzman writes :

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McCormick Place reforms halted — even through appeals process

Chicago Sun-Times – 06/22/11 17:33 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Act

Updated: June 22, 2011 7:46PM Operators of McCormick Place cannot impose

labor reforms while a federal judge’s ruling striking down state-mandated changes is

appealed, the judge ruled Wednesday.

...state Legislature overturned collective bargaining rights in violation of the National

Labor Relations Act. In Wednesday s ruling, Guzman writes :

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The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor Relations Board

has Awakened a Sleeping Giant

Daily Me – 06/22/11 20:05 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Act

Keep an eye out for the newly proposed changes to the National Labor Relations

Act. They are remarkably similar to the " target="_hplink"Employee Free Choice

Act[1].

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Wendy N. Powell: The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor

Relations Board has Awakened a Sleeping Giant

Zmarter – 06/22/11 18:31 –

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NLRB files complaint against Lindsey Graham

Live5News.com – 06/23/11 04:41 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

WASHINGTON (AP) - The union representing Boeing Co. workers in Washington

state has filed an ethics complaint against Sen. Lindsey Graham, alleging the South

Carolina Republican is trying to pressure the National Labor Relations Board into

dropping a suit targeting the aircraft manufacturer.

NLRB files complaint against Lindsey Graham WASHINGTON (AP) - The union

representing Boeing Co. workers in Washington state has filed an ethics ...

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Morning Briefing for June 23, 2011

RedState – 06/23/11 04:30 –

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RedState Morning Briefing For June 23, 2011 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to get

the Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. Empty Sophistry, when directed

at the War in Afghanistan, is still Empty Sophistry 2.

the union extremists in Obama s Department of Labor and the independent National

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Labor Relations Board (the same agency that may cause 1,000...

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Bay Ledger News Zone – 06/23/11 02:54 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

Panetta, the CIA director during the successful operation to kill terrorist leader

Osama bin Laden, received strong bipartisan praise as well as a 100-0 vote.

...Reed, Democrat from Rhode Island. ASSOCIATED PRESS Obama Commerce

nominee raps NLRB on Boeing move WASHINGTON - President Obama's pick to

head the...

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The Left’s Economic Policies and the Definition of Insanity

RedState – 06/23/11 01:04 –

Words matched: NLRB

Two weeks ago, I posted an opinion piece about the challenges that our economy is

facing and what I’ve been learning about public opinion, just in the course of talking

with people I meet.

...as this coming out of the left, along with the actions of the NLRB described in this

article and the recent actions of the Senate, it may be...

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Daily Kos: Open thread for night owls: Freedom to organize

Daily Me – 06/23/11 00:54 –

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Dick Meister writes, The Battle of Our Generation: Freedom to Organize[1]:

President Bob King of the United Auto Workers (UAW) union is proving again that

he's one of our most astute labor leaders, a worthy occupant of the position once .

...Bob King (28 articles) Track-It Company UAW (16 articles) Track-It Organization

National Labor Relations Board (77 articles) Track -It DAILYKOS

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First Boeing 787 delivery may come in late summer: Airbus' A320neo star of

Paris Air Show

Post and Courier (AP) – 06/23/11 00:44 –

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LE BOURGET, France -- Boeing will deliver the first of its much-delayed 787 wide-

bodied jets to launch customer All Nippon Airways as early as August, officials said

Wednesday.

...against the airplane maker could scare businesses away from the state . The

NLRB said Boeing decided to build its new 787 jet assembly line in South...

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Former NLRB chairman: Union ‘quickie elections’ will hurt employers

(Daily Caller)

Enterprise Post News – 06/23/11 00:35 –

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Daily Caller – In a conference call today, former National Labor Relations Board

Chairman Peter Schaumber said the “quickie elections” proposed by the NLRB

Tuesday will hurt employers and lead to uninformed voters.

Former NLRB chairman: Union â quickie electionsâ will hurt employers (Daily Caller)

Daily Caller In a conference call today, former National ...

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Rep. Kline Slams NLRB Unionization Plan

NACS Online – 06/23/11 00:25 –

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The chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee slams the

NLRB’s proposal to shorten the period workers have to consider a vote to join a

union.

Rep. Kline Slams NLRB Unionization Plan The chairman of the House Education

and the Workforce Committee slams the NLRB s proposal to shorten...

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Start Up the Orchestra

TheSunNews – 06/23/11 00:03 –

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Pardon us, but we're getting a bit weary of all the hot air being dedicated to Boeing's

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fight with the National Labor Relations Board. Do our politicians not have other

things to dedicate their time to? Don't get us wrong, the complaint is certainly

spurious and worth opposing.

...all the hot air being dedicated to Boeing's fight with the National Labor Relations

Board. Do our politicians not have other things to dedicate...

Huntsman enters S.C. GOP contest

TheState.com – 06/23/11 00:03 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

A day after asking U.S. voters to give his record a long look, former U.S.

ambassador to China and Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman officially entered the 2012 S.

...when he was ambassador to China to step into and oppose the National Labor

Relations Board complaint against Boeing s opening of a plant in North...

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Union files for election at Swedwood

GoDanRiver.com (AP) – 06/22/11 23:38 –

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A machinists union petitioned the National Labor Relations Board for an election to

see if a majority of workers wants a union at Swedwood Danville, an Ikea furniture-

maker.

Union files for election at Swedwood A machinists union petitioned the National

Labor Relations Board for an election to see if a majority of...

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Presidential contender pays a visit to South Carolina

ABC News 4 – 06/22/11 23:16 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

Wednesday, June 22, 2011 10:16 PM EST Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2011

11:03 PM EST COLUMBIA, S.C. (WCIV)-- The newest candidate in the presidential

race makes his presence known in the Palmetto state.

...about a hot issue for our state-- Boeing and the National Labor Relations Board

lawsuit. He said the Obama administration needs to intervene ,

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In SC, Huntsman says Obama needed in union fight

TheState.com – 06/22/11 22:40 –

33 other sources (KFVS12, DailyComet.com, ...)

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

COLUMBIA, S.C. — In his first trip to early-voting South Carolina since launching his

presidential campaign, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman did the governor's bidding

and demanded Wednesday that President Barack Obama end a lawsuit by a federal

labor agency in a dispute over a Boeing plant being buil

...Haley has asked all GOP presidential hopefuls to weigh in on the National Labor

Relations Board's lawsuit, which claims Boeing decided to build...

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Obama: The Union President....

Investor Village – 06/22/11 22:38 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

The Union 'Quickie' More Big Labor help from the NLRB. When Big Labor failed to

persuade even a Democratic Congress to pass "card check" legislation, it turned to

Plan B: the National Labor Relations Board, which yesterday delivered a plan for

"quickie" union elections designed to make organizing e

...President.... The Union 'Quickie' More Big Labor help from the NLRB . When Big

Labor failed to persuade even a Democratic Congress to pass "card check "

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Re: Obama: The Union President....

Investor Village – 06/22/11 22:38 –

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I get a real feeling that the UNION went too far with their violence in "Wisconsin",

attempting to gin up similar violence in New Jersey, and now the Boeing/NLRB case.

...to gin up similar violence in New Jersey, and now the Boeing/NLRB case. If a solid

Conservative (like Michele Bachmann) wins the Presidency and...

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NLRB proposes process to speed up union elections

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AHA News – 06/22/11 21:16 –

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The National Labor Relations Board today published a proposed rule that would

change the process for filing and processing petitions for union representation of

employees, essentially speeding up the time between filing a petition and holding an

election.

NLRB proposes process to speed up union elections The National Labor Relations

Board today published a proposed rule that would change the process...

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Rule would expand employers' disclosures about union organizing

communications

AHA News – 06/22/11 21:16 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

The Department of Labor yesterday published a proposed rule that would expand

the obligations of employers and labor relations consultants to disclose any

agreements or arrangements to persuade employees about the right to organize and

bargain collectively.

ensures compliance with the law, or provides guidance on National Labor

Relations Board practice or precedent would reporting not be required .

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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERS PRESIDENT AND CHIEF

EXECUTIVE OFFICER MR. JAY TIMMONS PREPARED TESTIMONY BEFORE

THE SENATE JOINT ECONOMIC COMMITTEE HEARING ON MANUFACTURING

IN THE USA: WHY WE NEED A NATIONAL MANUFACTURING STRATEGY?, AS

RELEASED

Electric Light & Power – 06/22/11 21:10 –

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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERS PRESIDENT AND CHIEF

EXECUTIVE OFFICER MR. JAY TIMMONS, PREPARED TESTIMONY BEFORE

THE SENATE JOINT ECONOMIC COMMITTEE HEARING ON MANUFACTURING

IN THE USA: W HY WE NEED A NATIONAL MANUFACTURING STRATEGY?, AS

RELEASED BY THE COMMITTEE JUNE 22, 2011 SPEAKER: MR.

...effects of a recent complaint filed by the Acting General Counsel of the National

Labor Relations Board (NLRB ) against the Boeing Company. While I...

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Audit Notes: Wall Street’s Trib Bust, Pro-Union U.S., Authoritarian Wal-Mart

Columbia Journalism Review – 06/22/11 20:30 –

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TAGS: Dana Milbank, David Carr, Kevin Drum, Labor, Scott Walker David Carr looks

at James O’Shea’s new book on Sam Zell’s Tribune Company fiasco and zooms in

on O’Shea’s reporting on how Wall Street helped create it: That analyst no longer

works for JPMorgan, naturally.

...JPMorgan, naturally. Kevin Drum of Mother Jones looks at a proposed National

Labor Relations Board move to shorten union elections and gives us some...

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The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor Relations Board

has Awakened a Sleeping Giant

Daily Me – 06/22/11 20:05 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

Keep an eye out for the newly proposed changes to the National Labor Relations

Act. They are remarkably similar to the " target="_hplink"Employee Free Choice

Act[1].

The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor Relations Board has

Awakened a Sleeping Giant Keep an eye out for the newly proposed...

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South Carolina to Obama: So Sue Us—Again

RedState – 06/22/11 20:03 –

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On Tuesday, the South Carolina legislature passed one of the toughest anti-

immigration laws in the country–an action that is sure to draw a suit from the ACLU

and, more than likely, the U.

...secret election for union certification, and the legal dispute with the NLRB over

Boeing s location of a new assembly line in South Carolina .

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Projections Releases 'Ultimate Defense Kit' in Light of Proposed NLRB Rules

Green Technology – 06/22/11 19:37 –

4 other sources (Politics and Technology, Smart Grid, ...)

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Projections Releases 'Ultimate Defense Kit' in Light of Proposed NLRB Rules

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Huntsman files for SC Republican primary

WSPA News Channel 7 – 06/22/11 19:23 –

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COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Though many don’t know his name, Jon Huntsman is officially

on the South Carolina’s Republican presidential primary ballot. Surrounded by his

wife and five of their seven children on his second day of his campaign, the former

Utah governor filed for office and paid the $35,000 fi

...example for job creation and taking a second to condemned the National Labor

Relations Board for its action against aviation giant Boeing . Huntsman...

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Wendy N. Powell: The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor

Relations Board has Awakened a Sleeping Giant

Zmarter – 06/22/11 18:31 –

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NLRB asks judge to deny Boeing’s request to dismiss labor complaint

Herald Net – 06/22/11 18:29 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

The National Labor Relations Board asked a judge Tuesday to deny the Boeing

Co.'s request to dismiss a complaint that claims the jetmaker retaliated against its

Machinists in Washington state.

NLRB asks judge to deny Boeing s request to dismiss labor complaint The National

Labor Relations Board asked a judge Tuesday to deny the Boeing...

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Unionizing Efforts Made Easier?

Industry Week – 06/22/11 17:46 –

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NLRB’s proposed regulations would shorten election campaigns and hurt

employers, critics say.

...regulations are likely to make their efforts more challenging. The National Labor

Relations Board on June 21 proposed a series of reforms that...

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A National Asset on Trial

NWTN Today – 06/22/11 17:39 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

All eyes turned to Seattle on Tuesday, June 14, when one of our nation’s greatest

assets and contributors to our economic future was put on trial for investing,

creating, hiring and innovating at a time when we are in the middle of an economic

recession and more than 9 percent of American workers ca

...complaint brought by the President s appointed Acting General Counsel of the

National Labor Relations Board , or NLRB , that Boeing s decision to...

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Huntsman: Obama needed in union fight

WISHTV.com – 06/22/11 17:37 –

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'Absolutely the president should step in' Updated: Wednesday, 22 Jun 2011, 5:36

PM EDT Published : Wednesday, 22 Jun 2011, 3:39 PM EDT COLUMBIA, S.C.

...Haley has asked all GOP presidential hopefuls to weigh in on the National Labor

Relations Board's lawsuit, which claims Boeing decided to build...

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Labor board rules would make it easier to unionize

peoplesworld – 06/22/11 17:36 –

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The National Labor Relations Board proposed new rules this week that would make

it easier for workers to unionize. The NLRB proposals would shorten the process by

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ensuring that employers, employees and unions receive information sooner and by

delaying employer-instigated litigation over many voter-

Labor board rules would make it easier to unionize The National Labor Relations

Board proposed new rules this week that would make it easier...

In SC, Huntsman says Obama needed in union fight - AP Politics

The Charleston Gazette – 06/22/11 16:54 –

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The Associated Press COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - GOP presidential candidate Jon

Huntsman says President Barack Obama must intervene in a national labor dispute

over a Boeing plant being built in South Carolina.

...against the airplane maker could scare businesses away from the state . The

NLRB says Boeing decided to build its new 787 jet assembly line in South...

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Huntsman says Obama should intervene in Boeing union fight

Post and Courier (AP) – 06/22/11 16:24 –

Words matched: NLRB

COLUMBIA — GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman says President Barack

Obama must intervene in a national labor dispute over a Boeing plant being built in

South Carolina.

...against the airplane maker could scare businesses away from the state . The

NLRB says Boeing decided to build its new 787 jet assembly line in South...

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In S.C., Huntsman says Obama needed in union fight

TheTandD.com – 06/22/11 15:26 –

Words matched: NLRB

COLUMBIA - GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman says President Barack

Obama must intervene in a national labor dispute over a Boeing plant being built in

South Carolina.

...against the airplane maker could scare businesses away from the state . The

NLRB says Boeing decided to build its new 787 jet assembly line in South...

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Union files unfair labor practice charge against The Doctors Clinic

Kitsap Sun (AP) – 06/22/11 13:33 –

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BREMERTON — Contract talks between The Doctors Clinic and United Food &

Commercial Workers Local 21 have taken a turn for the worse, with the union on

Monday filing an unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor Relations

Board against the health care provider.

...union on Monday filing an unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor

Relations Board against the health care provider. The turning ...

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The Financial Landscape: Small Wins for Unions, Greece; A 'Small' Hit for

JPMorgan

Business - Cbs5.com – 06/22/11 05:30 –

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DailyFinance.com : A roundup of news from around the world of finance: Unionizing

Gets a Boost: Labor got a piece of good news to take a bit of the sting out of

Monday's massive Walmart (WMT) defeat: On Tuesday morning, the National Labor

Relations Board proposed new ... Read more

...Monday's massive Walmart (WMT) defeat: On Tuesday morning, the National

Labor Relations Board proposed new ... Read more prods@weblogsinc .com...

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War On Workers Undermines Economy

Yankton Press & Dakotan – 06/22/11 02:14 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

The battle has resumed in Wisconsin. The state Supreme Court has allowed Gov.

Scott Walker to strip bargaining rights from state workers. Meanwhile, legislators in

New Hampshire and officials in Missouri are attacking private unions, seeking to

make the states so-called “open shop,” where workers c

...following suit. Republicans in Congress are taking aim at the National Labor

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Relations Board, which is proposing relatively minor rules changes...

Bc-Sc--South Carolina News Digest,

WSLS 10 – 06/22/11 01:12 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

The South Carolina News Editor is Evan Berland. The breaking news staffer is Jack

Jones. The Columbia bureau can be reached at 800-922-1565. For technical

support, please call the AP's Services and Technology Department in Raleigh at

866-201-8517.

alleging the South Carolina Republican is trying to pressure the National Labor

Relations Board into dropping a suit targeting the aircraft manufacturer .

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Across South Carolina

The Augusta Chronicle – 06/22/11 00:59 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

Huntsman calls for end to Boeing lawsuit COLUMBIA --- In his first trip to early-

voting South Carolina since launching his presidential campaign, former Utah Gov.

...Haley has asked all GOP presidential hopefuls to weigh in on the National Labor

Relations Board's lawsuit, which claims Boeing decided to build...

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Oh my: The NLRB made the wrong call on Boeing, says … Obama’s

Commerce nominee

Newsodrome – 06/22/11 00:20 –

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Judgment. Not-so-minor caveat here: This guy is a member of Boeings board of

directors, as was new White House chief of staff Bill Daley. If youre wondering why

The One has uncharacteristically refrained from pandering to his union bankrollers

by bashing Boeing publicly, thats a big par.

Oh my: The NLRB made the wrong call on Boeing, says â€| Obama†s Commerce

nominee Judgment. Not-so-minor caveat here: This guy is a member of...

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Oh my: The NLRB made the wrong call on Boeing, says … Obama’s

Commerce nominee

Newsodrome – 06/22/11 00:20 –

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Judgment. Not-so-minor caveat here: This guy is a member of Boeings board of

directors, as was new White House chief of staff Bill Daley. If youre wondering why

The One has uncharacteristically refrained from pandering to his union bankrollers

by bashing Boeing publicly, thats a big par.

Oh my: The NLRB made the wrong call on Boeing, says Obama s Commerce

nominee Judgment. Not-so-minor caveat here: This guy is a member of Boeings ...

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Update on the latest news, sports, business and entertainment:

New England Cable News – 06/21/11 05:55 –

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US-AFGHANISTAN Obama to announce Afghan troop drawdown Wednesday

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama on Wednesday will move the

United States a step closer to ending the war in Afghanistan when he announces

plans to bring thousands of American troops home, beginning next month.

...give businesses much less time to mount anti-union campaigns. The National

Labor Relations Board plans to announce the new rules on Tuesday. The...

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NLRB’s GOP Member Slams Secretive Process In Pro-Union Election Ruling

Capital Hill - Investors.com – 06/22/11 19:01 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

Lost in the clamor over Tuesday’s proposed National Labor Relations Board rules for

labor elections was how surprising the action was in the first place.

NLRB s GOP Member Slams Secretive Process In Pro-Union Election Ruling Lost in

the clamor over Tuesday s proposed National Labor Relations Board ...

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Dear Dr. Dollar:

Dollars & Sense – 06/22/11 16:59 –

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The main narrative that I hear in mainstream press is that U.S. workers are being

undercut and eventually displaced by global competition. I think this narrative has a

tone of inevitability, that low wages and job loss are driven by huge impersonal

forces that we can't do much about. Is this right?

...some of the political decisions that have undermined labor s strength : The

National Labor Relations Board has not done its job. In the 50s, 60s ,

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Strength in a Union

Talking Points Memo – 06/22/11 16:31 –

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National Labor Relations Board proposes new rules to speed up the process for

holding votes for union representation. Expect a fight on this one.

Strength in a Union National Labor Relations Board proposes new rules to speed

up the process for holding votes for union representation . Expect...

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The Roundup for June 22, 2011

Firedoglake – 06/22/11 16:21 –

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I’ll be back around 8:00 ET to assess the President’s remarks on Afghanistan. Since

we know the troop numbers now, the key to me will be the overall strategy and the

various peace negotiations.

a former member of the Boeing board, sides with Boeing in the NLRB labor case.

Arab uprising update: Life sentences for activists in Bahrain ;

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Striking ART bus drivers fired

Blog Directory - The Washington Post – 06/22/11 14:46 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

Arlington County transit contractor Forsythe Transportation fired about 35 of the 36

drivers who went on strike June 13. After an investigation, the drivers were fired for

violating the “No Strike” provisions in their contract, a statement from Forsythe

Transportation said.

beginning in May, Smith said. We have charges filed with the National Labor

Relations Board and they will hash out the issue of permanent replacement...

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In SC, Huntsman says Obama needed in union fight

Sify – 06/22/11 23:40 –

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GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman says President Barack Obama must

intervene in a national labor dispute over a Boeing plant being built in South

Carolina.

...against the airplane maker could scare businesses away from the state . The

NLRB says Boeing decided to build its new 787 jet assembly line in South...

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労組に擦り寄る民主党

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全国労働関係委員会(NLRB )は この工場は違法だと主

Union Assault on Capitalism?

Capital.gr – 06/22/11 20:25 –

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ΠροηγούμενοΕπόμενο Peter Schaumber, labor consultant, discusses new rules

proposed by the NLRB, and how they would make it easier for unions to organize.

ΠροηγούμενοΕπόμενο Peter Schaumber, labor consultant, discusses new rules

proposed by the NLRB , and how they would make it easier for unions to organize .

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Wendy N. Powell: The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor

Relations Board has Awakened a Sleeping Giant

Zmarter – 06/22/11 18:31 –

1 other source (Facts)

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

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Rules would speed up union elections

Sify – 06/22/11 11:20 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

Labor regulators are proposing sweeping new rules that would dramatically speed

up the time frame for union elections, a move that could make it easier for struggling

unions to organize new members, and cut the time businesses have to mount anti-

union campaigns.

...the time businesses have to mount anti-union campaigns. The National Labor

Relations Board announced the new rules on Tuesday, saying the current...

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Senate_GOPs: RT @GrahamBlog: Video: On @FoxNews Graham says he'll

'not be intimidated' by union complaint over NLRB lawsuit

http://youtu.be/a4MQP0AwYcY

NewsroomAmerica – 06/22/11 04:00 –

Words matched: NLRB

Senate_GOPs: RT @GrahamBlog: Video: On @FoxNews Graham says he'll 'not be

intimidated' by union complaint over NLRB lawsuit http://youtu.be/a4MQP0AwYcY

http://twitter.

...@FoxNews Graham says he'll 'not be intimidated' by union complaint over NLRB

lawsuit http://youtu.be/a4MQP0AwYcY Senate_GOPs: RT @GrahamBlog :

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DOL and NLRB proposed rules designed to facilitate union organizing

Lexology – 06/21/11 17:36 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

With organized labor's hopes for the Employee Free Choice Act a fading memory,

new rulemaking proposals by both the Department of Labor ("DOL") and National

Labor Relations Board ("NLRB" or "Board") are giving labor unions a renewed

reason to cheer.

DOL and NLRB proposed rules designed to facilitate union organizing With

organized labor's hopes for the Employee Free Choice Act a fading memory ,

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Letters to The Editor: Cathedral would fit in Holyoke's former Lynch school;

debt puts U.S. in jeopardy; and more

Mass Live – 06/23/11 03:23 –

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Cathedral would fit in old Lynch school The Republican | Mark M. Murray John J.

Lynch Middle School in Holyoke stands above all others options available to the

Diocese of Springfield for a temporary home for the tornado-damaged Cathedral

High School.

It is just plain common sense. AL DiLASCIA, Chicopee The NLRB unfairly targeting

Boeing Associated Press One of the most egregious attempts by...

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Editorial: NLRB should back off plan to shorten union-vote time

The Denver Post (AP) – 06/23/11 03:00 –

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Proposed federal rules, which are unfair to employers, slash the length of time

workers have before being asked to unionize.

Editorial: NLRB should back off plan to shorten union-vote time Proposed federal

rules, which are unfair to employers, slash the length of time ...

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Issa camp says Washington Post wrong on Gunrunner story

Politics - Yahoo! News – 06/23/11 01:15 –

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A spokesman for Rep. Darrell Issa, California Republican and the chairman of the

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only news organization to bite on new misleading sentiments from the Justice

Department.

...story Democrats reintroduce Equal Rights Amendment similar to 1972 bill Former

NLRB chairman: Union 'quickie elections' will hurt employers Obama...

Guest commentary: What's really at stake in the Boeing dispute

STLtoday.com (AP) – 06/23/11 01:00 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

These are strange times in U.S. labor relations, and they are getting stranger by day.

The past two weeks have seen several important developments in the bizarre

ongoing saga between the National Labor Relations Board and Boeing, which has

become a cause célèbre for conservative politicians and pund

...seen several important developments in the bizarre ongoing saga between the

National Labor Relations Board and Boeing, which has become a cause...

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Fealty to unions damages economy

The Detroit News (AP) – 06/23/11 01:00 –

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Washington "Shovel-ready was not as shovel-ready as we expected," observed

President Obama recently, enjoying a nice chuckle about the unhappy fate of his

near-$1 trillion stimulus.

...facility in South Carolina for its new 787 Dreamliner. The National Labor

Relations Board, stacked with Democrats including one former union...

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Former NLRB chairman: Union ‘quickie elections’ will hurt employers

Politics - Yahoo! News – 06/23/11 00:37 –

2 other sources (Daily Caller, Yahoo! News)

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

In a conference call today, former National Labor Relations Board Chairman Peter

Schaumber said the “quickie elections” proposed by the NLRB Tuesday will hurt

employers and lead to uninformed voters.

Former NLRB chairman: Union quickie elections will hurt employers In a conference

call today, former National Labor Relations Board Chairman...

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Swan Song of the Old Right

Lew Rockwell.com – 06/22/11 23:40 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

This article is excerpted from chapter 10 of The Betrayal of the American Right. An

MP3 audio file of this article, narrated by Keith Hocker, is available for download.

thus turned completely and called simply for extending the powers of the National

Labor Relations Board (NLRB ) to regulate unions as well as...

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New proposal may make unions organizing easier

Examiner.com - Florida – 06/22/11 23:35 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

Miguel Rodriguez has worked at a department store in Miami-Dade for years. He is a

stock clerk and has seen few raises in his time at the store. He would love to belong

to a labor union.

...have a better chance thanks to a proposal on June 21 by the National Labor

Relations Board. The Board wants to help unions seeking to organize...

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Stacking the deck for unions

New York Post – 06/22/11 23:27 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

With the 2012 election season already under way and the president's poll numbers

continuing to sink, Team Obama is desperately trying to shore up his labor-union

base, courtesy of the now heavily radicalized National Labor Relations Board.

...his labor-union base, courtesy of the now heavily radicalized National Labor

Relations Board. Since taking office, Obama has packed the NLRB ...

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National and international report / Airbus makes record sale with fuel-efficient

A320neo

TwinCities.com – 06/22/11 23:07 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

Airbus racked up huge orders for its fuel-saving A320neo jetliner on Wednesday,

even bagging the biggest single sale in aviation history and overshadowing the

arrival of Boeing's much-hyped and much-delayed 787 Dreamliner at the Paris Air

Show.

...they want representation. The union filed its request with the National Labor

Relations Board along with signature cards from what it believes...

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White House To Rig Rules For Big Labor says Coalition for a Democratic

Workplace

Business Journals – 06/22/11 22:26 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

Pincer Move From DOL and NLRB Set To Crush Employers Jobs WASHINGTON

June 22 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today the Coalition for a Democratic

Workplace (CDW) denounced the White House's apparent strategy on behalf of its

benefactors in Big Labor that "if you can't win fairly rig the rules of th

...Labor says Coalition for a Democratic Workplace Pincer Move From DOL and

NLRB Set To Crush Employers Jobs WASHINGTON June 22 2011 /PRNewswire -

USNewswire /

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Huntsman Calls On Obama To Intervene In The Boeing Labor Dispute

Road Runner – 06/22/11 21:19 –

1 other source (Business Insider)

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

During his campaign announcement tour to the state, the Associated Press is

reporting Huntsman said the President must intervene in the lawsuit filed by the

National Labor Relations Board on behalf of Boeing's largest union, or else the case

would.

...Huntsman said the President must intervene in the lawsuit filed by the National

Labor Relations Board on behalf of Boeing's largest union, or...

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Projections Releases 'Ultimate Defense Kit' in Light of Proposed NLRB Rules

Yahoo! Business News – 06/22/11 21:14 –

1 other source (San Francisco Chronicle)

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

The NLRB proposed new union election rules today that will shorten the petition-to-

election time frame; make it more difficult for companies to communicate with their

employees, and making it easier for unions to gain new members.

Projections Releases 'Ultimate Defense Kit' in Light of Proposed NLRB Rules The

NLRB proposed new union election rules today that will shorten ...

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Commerce secretary nominee John Bryson promises 'relentless focus' on

jobs

Los Angeles Times – 06/22/11 21:00 –

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John Bryson, a former Southern California utility executive, tries to ease concerns

that his environmental views are too liberal at his Senate confirmation hearing.

...wouldn't push for it now. Bryson also was pressed about a recent National Labor

Relations Board complaint charging Boeing Co. with building a non-union...

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Union files for election at Ikea's first U.S. factory

Los Angeles Times – 06/22/11 21:00 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

The International Assn. of Machinists and Aerospace Workers is seeking to

represent workers at the plant in Danville, Va., who have complained about low

wages, long working hours and even discrimination.

of Machinists and Aerospace Workers filed its request with the National Labor

Relations Board on Monday along with signature cards from what...

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Los Angeles Times – 06/22/11 20:50 –

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The problem with the 'card check' bills, such as SB 104, that California Democrats

keep sending to the governor is that they empower unions, not union workers.

...for the UFW's organizing efforts. On Tuesday, the National Labor Relations

Board proposed new rules that could prevent employers from misusing...

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NLRB-Boeing fight called evidence of 'jobs blocking agenda'

Road Runner – 06/22/11 20:48 –

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Mr. Solomon, a career civil servant, has said in previous interviews he was simply

following establishing labor law in filing the Boeing case. The NLRB is also taking

heat over its proposal to speed up the union election process.

NLRB-Boeing fight called evidence of 'jobs blocking agenda' Mr. Solomon , a career

civil servant, has said in previous interviews he was simply ...

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NLRB-Boeing fight called evidence of ‘jobs blocking agenda’

The Washington Times – 06/22/11 20:15 –

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Union arguments ‘ludicrous’: Scott

NLRB-Boeing fight called evidence of jobs blocking agenda Union arguments

ludicrous : Scott Rep. Tim Scott of South Carolina said Wednesday the ...

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Wendy N. Powell: The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor

Relations Board has Awakened a Sleeping Giant

Road Runner – 06/22/11 19:57 –

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If no agreement could be reached in 120 days, a government arbitrator would force

an agreement. The EFCA did not gain the needed momentum to pass in Congress

and was not even supported by major players in the Democratic party.

...N. Powell: The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor Relations

Board has Awakened a Sleeping Giant If no agreement could be reached...

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South Carolina Workers To Congress And Boeing: NLRB Correct To Enforce

Labor Law

Democratic Underground – 06/22/11 18:51 –

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South Carolina Workers To Congress And Boeing: NLRB Correct To Enforce Labor

Law

South Carolina Workers To Congress And Boeing: NLRB Correct To Enforce Labor

Law South Carolina Workers To Congress And Boeing: NLRB Correct ...

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The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor Relations Board

has Awakened a Sleeping Giant

The Huffington Post – 06/22/11 18:50 –

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Keep an eye out for the newly proposed changes to the National Labor Relations

Act. They are remarkably similar to the Employee Free Choice Act. The proposed

EFCA has been nicely tucked away on the back burner since it died in the Senate in

2009 due to bi-partisan opposition.

The Employee Free Choice Act is Back; The National Labor Relations Board has

Awakened a Sleeping Giant Keep an eye out for the newly proposed...

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In SC, Huntsman says Obama needed in union fight

Washington Examiner – 06/22/11 18:35 –

15 other sources (Deseret News, Chron.com, ...)

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

In his first trip to early-voting South Carolina since launching his presidential

campaign, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman did the governor's bidding and

demanded Wednesday that President Barack Obama end a lawsuit by a federal

labor agency in a dispute over a Boeing plant being built in South Caroli

...Haley has asked all GOP presidential hopefuls to weigh in on the National Labor

Relations Board's lawsuit, which claims Boeing decided to build...

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Obama ignoring real world impact of his actions

Washington Examiner – 06/22/11 18:31 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

President Obama recently joked, in reference to the make-work projects in his failed

$821 billion economic stimulus package, that "shovel-ready was not as shovel-ready

as we expected.

...been no more egregious example of this than the actions of the National Labor

Relations Board, which Obama has packed with union-friendly appointees .

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Meet Scabby, the Union Rat

Examiner.com - New York – 06/22/11 17:46 –

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If you live and/or work in New York City, sooner or later you’ll see it: a twenty-foot

tall, inflatable rat, with large teeth and front paws held upright in a threatening

position.

and courts have ruled both ways. In the May ruling, the National Labor Relations

Board upheld the presence of The Rat. While other cities have...

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Jon Huntsman: Obama Must Intervene In Labor Dispute Over Boeing Plant

The Huffington Post – 06/22/11 16:49 –

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COLUMBIA, S.C. – GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman says President

Barack Obama must intervene in a national labor dispute over a Boeing plant being

built in South Carolina.

...against the airplane maker could scare businesses away from the state . The

NLRB says Boeing decided to build its new 787 jet assembly line in South...

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NLRB Pushes New Rules to Facilitate Unionization

TPMDC – 06/22/11 15:10 –

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2011 has been a busy year for labor unions across America. After historic budget

battles in Wisconsin and Ohio, governors in more states like Florida and New Jersey

have been clamping down on collective bargaining rights and targeting state worker

benefits in attempts to cut spending and balance bud

NLRB Pushes New Rules to Facilitate Unionization 2011 has been a busy year for

labor unions across America. After historic budget battles in ...

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NLRB proposes new rules to help unions organize

Examiner.com - California – 06/22/11 05:47 –

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The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has recently been in the spotlight over

the complaint its General Counsel filed against Boeing seeking to reverse the

company's decision to build a facility in South Carolina for production of the

Dreamliner.

NLRB proposes new rules to help unions organize The National Labor Relations

Board (NLRB ) has recently been in the spotlight over the complaint...

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Union files for election at Ikea's first US factory

The Sacramento Bee – 06/22/11 04:00 –

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NEW YORK -- A labor union looking to organize Ikea's first American factory has

asked the government to allow workers to vote on whether they want representation.

...of Machinists and Aerospace Workers filed its request with the National Labor

Relations Board on Monday along with signature cards from what...

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A good case against Boeing

Washington Post – 06/21/11 20:05 –

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Business, politicians and the media have made much over the National Labor

Relations Board’s complaint against Boeing, but the outrage has been misdirected.

...Boeing Business, politicians and the media have made much over the National

Labor Relations Board s complaint against Boeing, but the outrage has...

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Former NLRB chairman: Union ‘quickie elections’ will hurt employers

(Daily Caller)

Enterprise Post News – 06/23/11 00:35 –

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Daily Caller – In a conference call today, former National Labor Relations Board

Chairman Peter Schaumber said the “quickie elections” proposed by the NLRB

Tuesday will hurt employers and lead to uninformed voters.

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Rep. Kline Slams NLRB Unionization Plan

NACS Online – 06/23/11 00:25 –

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The chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee slams the

NLRB’s proposal to shorten the period workers have to consider a vote to join a

union.

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Start Up the Orchestra

TheSunNews – 06/23/11 00:03 –

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Pardon us, but we're getting a bit weary of all the hot air being dedicated to Boeing's

fight with the National Labor Relations Board. Do our politicians not have other

things to dedicate their time to? Don't get us wrong, the complaint is certainly

spurious and worth opposing.

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Union files for election at Swedwood

GoDanRiver.com (AP) – 06/22/11 23:38 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

A machinists union petitioned the National Labor Relations Board for an election to

see if a majority of workers wants a union at Swedwood Danville, an Ikea furniture-

maker.

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Obama: The Union President....

Investor Village – 06/22/11 22:38 –

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The Union 'Quickie' More Big Labor help from the NLRB. When Big Labor failed to

persuade even a Democratic Congress to pass "card check" legislation, it turned to

Plan B: the National Labor Relations Board, which yesterday delivered a plan for

"quickie" union elections designed to make organizing e

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Re: Obama: The Union President....

Investor Village – 06/22/11 22:38 –

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I get a real feeling that the UNION went too far with their violence in "Wisconsin",

attempting to gin up similar violence in New Jersey, and now the Boeing/NLRB case.

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NLRB proposes process to speed up union elections

AHA News – 06/22/11 21:16 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

The National Labor Relations Board today published a proposed rule that would

change the process for filing and processing petitions for union representation of

employees, essentially speeding up the time between filing a petition and holding an

election.

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NLRB asks judge to deny Boeing’s request to dismiss labor complaint

Herald Net – 06/22/11 18:29 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

The National Labor Relations Board asked a judge Tuesday to deny the Boeing

Co.'s request to dismiss a complaint that claims the jetmaker retaliated against its

Machinists in Washington state.

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Projections Releases 'Ultimate Defense Kit' in Light of Proposed NLRB Rules

Politics and Technology – 06/22/11 18:24 –

3 other sources (Smart Grid, TMCnet.com, ...)

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

Norcross, GA, Jun 22, 2011 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Today, the National

Labor Relations Board published an official Notice of Proposed Rulemaking which

will drastically shorten the timeframe from when a union files a petition for election

and the actual date of election.

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Labor board rules would make it easier to unionize

peoplesworld – 06/22/11 17:36 –

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The National Labor Relations Board proposed new rules this week that would make

it easier for workers to unionize. The NLRB proposals would shorten the process by

ensuring that employers, employees and unions receive information sooner and by

delaying employer-instigated litigation over many voter-

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Union files unfair labor practice charge against The Doctors Clinic

Kitsap Sun (AP) – 06/22/11 13:33 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

BREMERTON — Contract talks between The Doctors Clinic and United Food &

Commercial Workers Local 21 have taken a turn for the worse, with the union on

Monday filing an unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor Relations

Board against the health care provider.

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The Financial Landscape: Small Wins for Unions, Greece; A 'Small' Hit for

JPMorgan

Business - Cbs5.com – 06/22/11 05:30 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

DailyFinance.com : A roundup of news from around the world of finance: Unionizing

Gets a Boost: Labor got a piece of good news to take a bit of the sting out of

Monday's massive Walmart (WMT) defeat: On Tuesday morning, the National Labor

Relations Board proposed new ... Read more

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A good case against Boeing

Road Runner – 06/22/11 21:19 –

1 other source (Washington Post)

Words matched: unfair labor practice

The board was right to bring the complaint, because the law is on its side, and such

complaints are a step in the right direction. The National Labor Relations Act says

that it is an unfair labor practice to retaliate against workers for union activity.

...direction. The National Labor Relations Act says that it is an unfair labor practice

to retaliate against workers for union activity... Full...

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Pennsylvania AFL-CIO: Rite Aid Workers Call for Affordable Health Care and

Good Jobs at Shareholders Meeting

Business Journals – 06/22/11 18:50 –

5 other sources (Philadelphia Business Journal, Pittsburgh Business Times, ...)

Words matched: unfair labor practice

When: 9:30 a.m. Thursday June 23 2011 Where: Outside the Hilton Hotel corner of

Second and Market Streets HARRISBURG Pa. June 22 2011 /PRNewswire-

USNewswire/ -- Rite Aid workers from seven states will rally against management's

plan to make employees pay more for their health care and to show supp

...for their health care and to show support for a 15-week unfair labor practice

strike by Rite Aid employees at seven stores in Cleveland Ohio .

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NLRB-FOIA-00003753

NLRB-FOIA-00003754

NLRB-FOIA-00003755

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Cc:

Subject:

Attachments:

Jablonski, Colleen G.

Friday, May 21, 2010 9:06 PM

Eskenazi, Martin; Sweeney, Brian; Little, Janet C; Hayashi, Minoru N.

Kobe, James; Ahearn, Richard L.; Pomerantz, Anne; Estep, Susan C.

sorry - here's the attachment

EOM May 21.doc

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NLRB-FOIA-00003756

Non-Responsive

NLRB-FOIA-00003757

Non-Responsive

NLRB-FOIA-00003758

Non-Responsive

CA-32431

Boeing Company

3
Todd

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NLRB-FOIA-00003759

Non-Responsive

NLRB-FOIA-00003760

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NLRB-FOIA-00003761

Non-Responsive

NLRB-FOIA-00003762

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Cc:

Subject:

Attachments:

Jablonski, Colleen G.

Monday, June 21, 2010 4:52 PM

Eskenazi, Martin; Rooker, Karen; Sweeney, Brian; Hayashi, Minoru N.

Pomerantz, Anne; Ahearn, Richard L.; Estep, Susan C.

EOM List

EOM June21.doc

Here’s my first crack at the June list. Please let me know of any errors, updates or if I left something off. Also, please

look at the cases as they go into the “excused category” from now until the end of the month Non-Responsive

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Non-Responsive

NOT YET DECIDED:

Non-Responsive

CA-32431

Boeing

Todd

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NLRB-FOIA-00003764

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NLRB-FOIA-00003765

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NLRB-FOIA-00003766

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NLRB-FOIA-00003767

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NLRB-FOIA-00003768

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Cc:

Subject:

Attachments:

Jablonski, Colleen G.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010 8:02 PM

Rooker, Karen; Sweeney, Brian; Eskenazi, Martin; Hayashi, Minoru N.

Ahearn, Richard L.; Pomerantz, Anne

Updated EOM list attached

EOM June21.doc

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NLRB-FOIA-00003769

Non-Responsive

NOT YET DECIDED:

Non-Responsive

CA-32431

Boeing

Todd

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NLRB-FOIA-00003770

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NLRB-FOIA-00003771

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NLRB-FOIA-00003772

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NLRB-FOIA-00003773

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NLRB-FOIA-00003774

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Cc:

Subject:

Attachments:

Jablonski, Colleen G.

Monday, June 28, 2010 4:25 PM

Sweeney, Brian; Rooker, Karen; Eskenazi, Martin; Hayashi, Minoru N.

Ahearn, Richard L.; Pomerantz, Anne

eom status

EOM June.doc

Things are looking good as far as getting stuff decided!

Please look over the chart, esp what still needs to be done and the proposed excuses, and let me know of changes and

inaccuracies.

Th, C

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Non-Responsive

NOT YET DECIDED:

CA-32431

Boeing

Todd

Subpoena??

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NLRB-FOIA-00003776

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NLRB-FOIA-00003777

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NLRB-FOIA-00003778

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NLRB-FOIA-00003779

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Attachments:

Jablonski, Colleen G.

W ednesday, June 30, 2010 11:59 AM

Ahearn, Richard L.; Pomerantz, Anne

eom status

EOM June.doc

This is what I believe we have left:

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Non-Responsive

NOT YET DECIDED:

CA-32431

Boeing

Todd

Subpoena?? Probably not.

Non-Responsive

NLRB-FOIA-00003781

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NLRB-FOIA-00003782

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NLRB-FOIA-00003783

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NLRB-FOIA-00003784

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Attachments:

Estep, Susan C.

Monday, July 12, 2010 5:01 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.; Pomerantz, Anne; Kobe, James; Eskenazi, Martin; Jablonski, Colleen G.;

Rooker, Karen; Sweeney, Brian; Hayashi, Minoru N.

Active 'C' Cases as of July 12, 2010

Active 'C' Case Report 2010.doc

See attached.

Susan C. Estep, Secretary to the Regional Director

NLRB, Region 19, Seattle

206.220.6333; FAX 206. 220.6305

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NLRB-FOIA-00003786

Non-Responsive

CA-32431

Boeing Company

3/26/10

5/14/10

Todd

5/25/10 Regional memo sub to Advice

and Special Lit. per CHM Sec. 11770.4

seeking clearance to issue a subpoena

Non-Responsive

NLRB-FOIA-00003787

Non-Responsive

NLRB-FOIA-00003788

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NLRB-FOIA-00003789

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NLRB-FOIA-00003790

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NLRB-FOIA-00003792

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NLRB-FOIA-00003793

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NLRB-FOIA-00003795

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NLRB-FOIA-00003796

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NLRB-FOIA-00003797

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NLRB-FOIA-00003798

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NLRB-FOIA-00003799

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NLRB-FOIA-00003800

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Kobe, James

W ednesday, August 04, 2010 10:00 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

Overarching Goal #2: Percentage of C Cases Closing W ithin 120 Days

Open C Cases as of August 4, 2010.xls; Open C Cases as of August 4, 2010 Portland.xls

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Boeing Company

03/26/2010

Investigation

Todd, Dianne

Y

Jablonski, Colleen

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Greetings,

Ahearn, Richard L.

Thursday, August 05, 2010 12:32 PM

Kobe, James

FW : Overarching Goal #2: Percentage of C Cases Closing W ithin 120 Days

Open C Cases as of August 4, 2010.xls; Open C Cases as of August 4, 2010 Portland.xls

Please take a look at the attachments; I’d like to meet this pm (2 OK?) to discuss strategies to meet the 120

day goal.

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From:

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Jablonski, Colleen G.

Friday, September 03, 2010 1:52 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.; Estep, Susan C.

Todd, Dianne; Lundgren, Cynthia A; Pomerantz, Anne

FW : Boeing Company, Case 19-CA-32431

Rich, Are you doing a blue slip or do you want me to do it? The final agenda was on August 26. Th, C

Sue, Dianne is working with Cynthia and Anne to get the files to advice – it will likely happen next week. Anne has been in

communications with Advice about it. I think the plan is to keep (or send) a complete duplicate as opposed to a dummy

file. I’ll ask that they keep you in the loop. Th, C

From: Estep, Susan C.

Sent: Friday, September 03, 2010 8:47 AM

To: Jablonski, Colleen G.; Todd, Dianne

Subject: Boeing Company, Case 19-CA-32431

I verified w/Kobe that a Request for Advice issued in the above case on 8/31/10. I assumed that an oral agenda was held

on 8/31/10, but have never seen a completed blue slip as of 9/3. Nevertheless, I posted info in CATS so it would not show

up on our Overage Case Report. I will also eventually need a dummy file and a copy of the Request for Advice. I saw

Dianne Todd discussing the matter w/Mary, so it may be in the works. I also need to know what date the case file was

forwarded to Advice so I can enter that, too, in CATS.

Susan C. Estep, Secretary to the Regional Director

NLRB, Region 19, Seattle

206.220.6333; FAX 206. 220.6305

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From:

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Cc:

Subject:

Estep, Susan C.

Friday, September 03, 2010 4:12 PM

Jablonski, Colleen G.

Ahearn, Richard L.

RE: Boeing Company, Case 19-CA-32431

I found the blue slip in the bottom of my pile and will now process and give to Todd for the case file.

Susan C. Estep, Secretary to the Regional Director

NLRB, Region 19, Seattle

206.220.6333; FAX 206. 220.6305

From: Jablonski, Colleen G.

Sent: Friday, September 03, 2010 10:52 AM

To: Ahearn, Richard L.; Estep, Susan C.

Cc: Todd, Dianne; Lundgren, Cynthia A; Pomerantz, Anne

Subject: FW: Boeing Company, Case 19-CA-32431

Rich, Are you doing a blue slip or do you want me to do it? The final agenda was on August 26. Th, C

Sue, Dianne is working with Cynthia and Anne to get the files to advice – it will likely happen next week. Anne has been in

communications with Advice about it. I think the plan is to keep (or send) a complete duplicate as opposed to a dummy

file. I’ll ask that they keep you in the loop. Th, C

From: Estep, Susan C.

Sent: Friday, September 03, 2010 8:47 AM

To: Jablonski, Colleen G.; Todd, Dianne

Subject: Boeing Company, Case 19-CA-32431

I verified w/Kobe that a Request for Advice issued in the above case on 8/31/10. I assumed that an oral agenda was held

on 8/31/10, but have never seen a completed blue slip as of 9/3. Nevertheless, I posted info in CATS so it would not show

up on our Overage Case Report. I will also eventually need a dummy file and a copy of the Request for Advice. I saw

Dianne Todd discussing the matter w/Mary, so it may be in the works. I also need to know what date the case file was

forwarded to Advice so I can enter that, too, in CATS.

Susan C. Estep, Secretary to the Regional Director

NLRB, Region 19, Seattle

206.220.6333; FAX 206. 220.6305

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From:

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Mattina, Celeste

Thursday, October 14, 2010 5:07 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

boeing

Importance:

High

Your Boeing case is going to an Advice agenda on Monday afternoon, at 2 pm.
Exemption 5, 7(A)

an you e mail me your advice submission.

thanks!!

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Mattina, Celeste

Friday, October 15, 2010 7:15 AM

Ahearn, Richard L.

RE: boeing

From:

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To:

Subject:

Are you in Seattle today?
Exemption 6 - Privacy

I will try to give you a call before

Exemption 6 - Privacy

If we dont get to talk today, we should try to talk Monday morning, 202-273-

3700.

________________________________________

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Thursday, October 14, 2010 6:17 PM

To: Mattina, Celeste

Subject: Re: boeing

Will do; am in Portland today.

R

--------------------------

Sent from my BlackBerry Wireless Handheld

----- Original Message -----

From: Mattina, Celeste

To: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Thu Oct 14 17:07:22 2010

Subject: boeing

Your Boeing case is going to an Advice agenda on Monday afternoon, at 2 pm.
E 5 & 7(A) deliberative & open case/harm

can you e mail me your advice submission.

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From:

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E.6 Privacy
Monday, October 18, 2010 12:42 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

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E 6 privacy

Friday, November 05, 2010 10:56 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

seattletimes.com: Deliveries of Boeing's new 787 reportedly delayed again

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Deliveries of Boeing's new 787 reportedly delayed again

Boeing shares fell in after-hours trading Friday after a report that the company has told

some airline customers to expect another delay in deliveries of the new 787 aircraft.

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Friday, November 05, 2010 10:56 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

seattletimes.com: Deliveries of Boeing's new 787 reportedly delayed again

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some airline customers to expect another delay in deliveries of the new 787 aircraft.

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Ahearn, Richard L.

seattletimes.com: Boeing tells analyst: 787 deliveries 'will take longer than expected'

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Paine Field are "in various stages of final assembly" and that delivery of those jets "will

take longer than expected, particularly those with the Rolls-Royce engine."

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seattletimes.com: Boeing assembly building nearing completion in South Carolina

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seattletimes.com: Boeing assembly building nearing completion in South Carolina

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final assembly line. The assembly building is...

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Monday, December 06, 2010 10:21 AM

Ahearn, Richard L.

Your Travel Authorization has been approved - 2270362

Dear RICHARD AHEARN,

Your authorization has been approved and you are authorized to proceed with travel.

Access eTS and print a copy of your Approved Authorization before departure.

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Todd, Dianne

Monday, December 06, 2010 6:11 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

RE: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

From:

Sent:

To:

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Rich,

Did you want to talk about this today?

Thanks

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 4:16 PM

To: Todd, Dianne; Jablonski, Colleen G.

Subject: RE: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Monday?

From: Todd, Dianne

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 2:25 PM

To: Jablonski, Colleen G.; Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: FW: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Rich,

Attached are

Exemption 7(A)

Would you like to meet to discuss?

Thanks,

Dianne

From: Jude Bryan [mailto:bryan@workerlaw.com]

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 2:08 PM

To: Todd, Dianne

Cc:

; David Campbell; Carson

Exemption 7(A)

Glickman-Flora

Subject: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Ms. Todd,

Attached is David Campbell’s response to your request for additional information.

Jude Bryan, Paralegal | Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt LLP | 18 West Mercer Street, Ste. 400, Seattle, WA 98119-3971; Phone:

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Todd, Dianne

Monday, December 06, 2010 6:38 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

Jablonski, Colleen G.

RE: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

From:

Sent:

To:

Cc:

Subject:

Okay!

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Monday, December 06, 2010 3:32 PM

To: Todd, Dianne

Subject: RE: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

How about tomorrow when Colleen is back?

From: Todd, Dianne

Sent: Monday, December 06, 2010 3:11 PM

To: Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: RE: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Rich,

Did you want to talk about this today?

Thanks

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 4:16 PM

To: Todd, Dianne; Jablonski, Colleen G.

Subject: RE: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Monday?

From: Todd, Dianne

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 2:25 PM

To: Jablonski, Colleen G.; Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: FW: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Rich,

Attached are

Exemption 7(A)

Would you like to meet to discuss?

Thanks,
1

NLRB-FOIA-00003868

Dianne

From: Jude Bryan [mailto:bryan@workerlaw.com]

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 2:08 PM

To: Todd, Dianne

Cc:

; David Campbell; Carson

Exemption 7(A)

Glickman-Flora

Subject: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Ms. Todd,

Attached is David Campbell’s response to your request for additional information.

Jude Bryan, Paralegal | Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt LLP | 18 West Mercer Street, Ste. 400, Seattle, WA 98119-3971; Phone:

206.285.2828 Ext. 21; Fax: 206-378-4132 | www.workerlaw.com

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From:

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Mattina, Celeste J.

W ednesday, December 08, 2010 12:18 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

FW : Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ltr to Lafe Solomon.pdf

From: Farrell, Ellen

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 12:18 PM

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme; Colangelo, David (Advice); Marx, Eric C.

Cc: Solomon, Lafe E.; Mattina, Celeste J.

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Did I miss anyone?

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

Division of Advice, NLRB

202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

From: Kilberg P.C., William [mailto:WKilberg@gibsondunn.com]

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 10:48 AM

To: Farrell, Ellen

Cc: Baumeister, Bryan H; Clarke, Joan C; Gerry, Brett C; rhankins@mckennalong.com; McGill, Matthew D.; Blankenstein,

Paul; Martin, Christopher J.

Subject: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ellen: As promised. Best, Bill

William J. Kilberg

GIBSON DUNN

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

1050 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20036-5306

Tel +1 202.955.8573 • Fax +1 202.530.9559

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From:

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Farrell, Ellen

W ednesday, December 08, 2010 12:48 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

RE: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

It wasn’t just you – I got the sup and atty wrong as well. Some days are just not as good as others! Are you coming in for

this meeting?

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

Division of Advice, NLRB

202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 12:46 PM

To: Farrell, Ellen

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ellen,

Yup…me…however Celeste caught it!!

See you next week.

Rich

From: Farrell, Ellen

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 12:18 PM

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme; Colangelo, David (Advice); Marx, Eric C.

Cc: Solomon, Lafe E.; Mattina, Celeste J.

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Did I miss anyone?

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

Division of Advice, NLRB

202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

From: Kilberg P.C., William [mailto:WKilberg@gibsondunn.com]

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 10:48 AM

To: Farrell, Ellen

Cc: Baumeister, Bryan H; Clarke, Joan C; Gerry, Brett C; rhankins@mckennalong.com; McGill, Matthew D.; Blankenstein,

Paul; Martin, Christopher J.

Subject: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

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Ellen: As promised. Best, Bill

William J. Kilberg

GIBSON DUNN

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

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W ednesday, December 08, 2010 1:23 PM

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RE: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

She said, of course, thank you!, when I told her I sent it to you.

Exemption 7(A)

I look forward to hearing your views on all of this; at the very least, it should be an interesting discussion…

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 12:43 PM

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Subject: RE: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Hmm…I will have to speak to Ellen about this unforgivable oversight!

From: Mattina, Celeste J.

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 9:18 AM

To: Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

From: Farrell, Ellen

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Did I miss anyone?

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

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202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

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Cc: Baumeister, Bryan H; Clarke, Joan C; Gerry, Brett C; rhankins@mckennalong.com; McGill, Matthew D.; Blankenstein,
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Paul; Martin, Christopher J.

Subject: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ellen: As promised. Best, Bill

William J. Kilberg

GIBSON DUNN

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

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Friday, December 10, 2010 12:35 PM

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RE: Boeing

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I have a

E 6 privacy

at 10 – can we do 11:15?

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Friday, December 10, 2010 8:57 AM

To: Todd, Dianne; Jablonski, Colleen G.; Pomerantz, Anne; Kobe, James

Subject: Boeing

10 am to review Boeing’s response?

OK?

Many thanks.

Rich

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Friday, December 10, 2010 12:35 PM

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RE: Boeing

Sounds good.

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Sent: Friday, December 10, 2010 8:57 AM

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Subject: Boeing

10 am to review Boeing’s response?

OK?

Many thanks.

Rich

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Friday, December 10, 2010 5:10 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

RE: SC News Article re Boeing and union organizing in SC

Amazing …. The proper role of a government labor official is to fight unions. Canada looks better every day!

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

Division of Advice, NLRB

202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Friday, December 10, 2010 3:47 PM

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Farrell, Ellen; Mattina, Celeste J.

Subject: FW: SC News Article re Boeing and union organizing in SC

An interesting read…

Subject: SC News Article

http://www.wistv.com/Global/story.asp?S=13636166

Happy weekends,

Rich

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Exemption 6 - Privacy

Thursday, January 06, 2011 10:22 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

seattletimes.com: Boeing jet sales bounce back in 2010, ensuring new jobs

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Frankl, Joseph F.

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 5:37 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

Boeing

What—no 10j? It’s a slam-dunk in WD WA!

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W ednesday, April 20, 2011 5:39 PM

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RE: Boeing

Should be a fun trial. Who’s doing?

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Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 2:38 PM

To: Frankl, Joseph F.

Subject: RE: Boeing

Yea…hmm.

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Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 2:37 PM

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Subject: Boeing

What—no 10j? It’s a slam-dunk in WD WA!

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Frankl, Joseph F.

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 5:45 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

RE: Boeing

Great choice.

The (new) Senator from Boeing is not happy:

http://demint.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?p=PressReleases&ContentRecord_id=cc6d52d2-eb0b-

409a-ae21-77d4d52f1e54

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 2:44 PM

To: Frankl, Joseph F.

Subject: RE: Boeing

Mara Anzalone lead counsel.

From: Frankl, Joseph F.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 2:39 PM

To: Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: RE: Boeing

Should be a fun trial. Who’s doing?

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 2:38 PM

To: Frankl, Joseph F.

Subject: RE: Boeing

Yea…hmm.

From: Frankl, Joseph F.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 2:37 PM

To: Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: Boeing

What—no 10j? It’s a slam-dunk in WD WA!

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Loesch, Marty (GOV) [Marty.Loesch@GOV.W A.GOV]

Thursday, April 21, 2011 11:59 AM

Ahearn, Richard L.

Boeing ULP

Mr. Ahearn –

Could we speak at some point this morning regarding yesterday’s complaint?

Please let me know the best number and time to reach you.

All the best,

Marty Loesch

Martin C. Loesch

Director of External Relations & Senior Counsel

Office of the Governor

State of Washington

P.O. Box 40002

Olympia, WA 98504-0002

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marty.loesch@gov.wa.gov

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Thursday, April 21, 2011 2:55 PM

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Boeing

There is a story about the news conference at www.postandcourier.com

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Google Alert - National labor relations board

1 new result for National labor relations board

News

NLRB files complaint against Boeing for second 787 line placement

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Google Alert - National labor relations board

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New York Times calls NLRB move against Boeing "highly unusual"

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Snook, Dennis

Thursday, April 21, 2011 5:49 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

FW : Victory On Our ULP

2011_04_20 Complaint Notice of Hearing.pdf

Rich,

From Sen. Murray’s office.

From: Glenn, Mary (Murray) [mailto:Mary_Glenn@murray.senate.gov]

Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2011 2:39 PM

To: dennis.snook@nlrb.gov

Subject: FW: Victory On Our ULP

We thought you might like to share this with the office

From: Conway, Mary (Murray)

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 10:50 AM

To: Glenn, Mary (Murray)

Subject: FW: Victory On Our ULP

FYI – feel free to share with folks across the hall.

From: Larry Brown [mailto:LarryB@iam751.org]

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 10:47 AM

Subject: FW: Victory On Our ULP

Larry Brown

Legislative & Political Director

Aerospace Machinists 751

206 764-0306 (office)

206 713-2437 (cell)

THIS MESSAGE IS BEING SENT ON BEHALF OF DISTRICT PRESIDENT TOM WROBLEWSKI:

Below is the press release and statement which will be posted on our website and sent to Stewards,

members and the media on our unfair labor practice. I have also attached the NLRB Complaint and

Notice of Hearing.

This is a major victory for all workers everywhere. I want to thank all of you for your role in making this

happen.

Machinists Applaud NLRB Complaint Over Boeing South Carolina Move

SEATTLE, WA -- A complaint issued today by the National Labor Relations Board against the Boeing

Co. is a victory for all American workers – particularly aerospace workers in both Puget Sound and

South Carolina, officials with the Machinists Union said.
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The federal complaint alleges that Boeing’s decision in 2009 to locate a 787 final assembly line in

North Charleston, S.C., represented illegal retaliation against members of the International

Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers who work for the company.

As a remedy for the legal violation, the federal agency is seeking a judicial order requiring Boeing to

operate the second 787 line, including supply lines, with union machinist workers in the Puget Sound.

Boeing “made coercive statements to its employees that it would remove or had removed work from

the unit because employees had struck,” the NLRB complaint alleges. That action was “inherently

destructive to the rights guaranteed employees” under federal law, it says.

The board’s action reinforces the fact that “workers have a right to join a union, and companies don’t

have a right to punish them for engaging in legal union activities,” said Tom Wroblewski, the president

of Machinists Union District Lodge 751 in Seattle. “Taking work away from workers because they

exercise their union rights is against the law, and it’s against the law in all 50 states.”

The board’s complaint comes after a year-long investigation, and is in response to an Unfair Labor

Practice charge filed in March 2010 by District 751. In it, the board cites repeated statements by

Boeing spokespeople and executives that the “overriding” factor in the decision to open the

Charleston plant was the company’s problems reaching contracts with the Machinists Union

representing workers in Puget Sound.

“By opening the line in Charleston, Boeing tried to intimidate our members with the idea that the

company would take away their work unless they made concessions at the bargaining table,”

Wroblewski said. “But the law is clear: American workers have a right to pursue collective bargaining,

and no company – not even Boeing – can threaten or punish them for exercising those rights.”

The decision to open in Charleston also came after it was made clear to workers there that the only

way they could ensure their future work on the 787 would be if they left the Machinists Union, forcing

them to sacrifice their collective bargaining rights to have a chance at more jobs.

Fortunately for them, “the same federal rights that apply to the rest of America also apply in South

Carolina,” Wroblewski said. “Should they ever decide to form a union again, the Charleston workers

could do it knowing that Boeing couldn’t retaliate against them for seeking better pay, benefits and

working conditions.”

“Had we allowed Boeing to break the law and go unchecked in their actions, it would have given the

green light for corporate America to discriminate against union members and would have become

management’s new strategic template to attack employees,” Wroblewski added.

The dispute has its roots in recent Machinists Union strikes that were triggered by Boeing proposals

to gut health care and pension benefits for workers, and to erode job security by giving work

historically done inside the factories by Machinists to non-union contractors.

The strikes prompted Boeing officials to retaliate by moving 787 final assembly and supply chain work

to Charleston, according to the NLRB complaint.

The statements by Boeing, linking future expansion in Charleston to future union activity in Puget

Sound, have not slowed down. As recently as last week, a Boeing spokeswoman told The Seattle

Times of Boeing’s intention to make the Charleston facility independent of Puget Sound because of

the risk of strikes here.
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Wroblewski said that even after filing the Unfair Labor Practice charge, the union has been open to

talking with Boeing about a long-term solution to its Puget Sound labor issues.

“The ruling is an opportunity for Boeing to move beyond a failed strategy of confrontation and to work

more closely with its employees and their representatives and the communities that have stood by

them for years,” Wroblewski said. “Moving forward, we would hope Boeing would partner with us to

build on the success we achieved working together on the Air Force tanker, rather than battling to try

to intimidate workers who account for less than 5 percent of their product cost.”

Before Boeing announced its Charleston decision, the Machinists had offered the company an

unprecedented 11-year agreement that would have given the company the “labor peace,” it claimed it

needed to be successful.

Since the Charleston announcement, Boeing hasn’t been willing to have any serious conversations

about its future in Puget Sound, Wroblewski said.

“I’m ready to have that conversation,” he said. “We need to sit down and talk about our shared future,

and what both sides need to be successful long-term. That kind of conversation is what’s in the best

interest of our company, our members and our communities.”

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UN IT E D ST A T E S O F A M E R IC A

B E F O R E T H E N A TIO N A L L A B O R R E L A T IO N S B O A R D

R E G IO N 19

T H E B O E IN G C O M PA N Y

C ase 19-C A -32431

and

IN T E R N A T IO N A L A SSO C IA T IO N O F

M A C H IN IST S A N D A E R O SP A C E W O R K E R S

D IST R IC T L O D G E 751, affiliated w ith

IN T E R N A T IO N A L A SSO C IA T IO N O F

M A C H IN IST S A N D A E R O SP A C E W O R K E R S

C O M PL A IN T A N D N O T IC E O F H E A R IN G

International A ssociation of M achinists and A erospace W orkers D istrict

L odge N o. 751 ("L ocal 751" or the "U nion"), affiliated w ith International A ssociation of

M achinists and A erospace W orkers ("IA M "),
has charged
in C ase 19-C A -32431
that

T he B oeing C om pany ("R espondent" or "B oeing"), has been engaging in unfair labor

practices as s et forth in the N ational L abor R elations A ct (the "A ct"), 29 U .S.C . § 151 et

seq .

B ased thereon,
the
A cting
G eneral
C ounsel of
the N ational
L abor

R elations B oard (the "B oard"), by the undersigned, pursuant to § 10(b) of the A ct and

§ 102.15 of the B oard's R ules and R egulations, issues this C om plaint and N otice of

H earing and alleges as follow s:

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T he C harge w as filed by the U nion on M arch 26, 2010, a nd w as served on

R espondent by regular m ail on or about M arch 29, 2010.

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2.

(a)

R espondent, a S tate of D elaw are corporation w ith its headquarters

in C hicago, Illinois, m anufactures
and produces
m ilitary and com m ercial aircraft at

various facilities throughout the U nited S tates, including in E verett, W ashington (the

"facility"), and others in the S eattle, W ashington, and Portland, O regon, m etropolitan

areas.

(b)

R espondent, during the past tw elve m onths, w hich period is

representative of all m aterial tim es, in conducting its business operations described

above in paragraph 2(a), derived gross revenues in excess of $500,000.

(c)

R espondent, during the past tw elve m onths, w hich period
is

representative of all m aterial tim es, in conducting its business operations described

above in paragraph 2(a), both sold and shipped from , and purchased and received at,

the facility goods valued in excess of $50,000 directly to and from points outside the

S tate of W ashington.

(d)

R espondent has been a t all m aterial tim es an em ployer engaged in

com m erce w ithin the m eaning of §§ 2(2), (6) and (7) of the A ct.

3.

T he U nion is, and has been at all m aterial tim es, a labor organization

w ithin the m eaning of § 2(5) of the A ct.

4.

A t all m aterial tim es the follow ing individuals held the positions set forth

opposite their respective
nam es and have been supervisors w ithin the m eaning of

NLRB-FOIA-00003915

§ 2(11) of the A ct, and/or agents w ithin the m eaning of § 2(13) of the A ct, acting on

behalf of R espondent:

Jim A lbaugh

-

E xecutive V ice P resident, B oeing; President

and C E O of Integrated D efense S ystem s (until

late A ugust 2009); C E O , B oeing C om m ercial

A irplanes (as of late A ugust 2009)

Scott C arson

-

E xecutive V ice P resident, B oeing; C E O , B oeing

C om m ercial A irplanes (until late A ugust 2009)

R ay C onner

-

V ice President and G eneral M anager of Supply

C hain M anagem ent and O perations, B oeing

C om m ercial A irplanes

Scott F ancher

-

V ice President and G eneral M anager ofthe 787

Program

Fred K iga

-

V ice President, G overnm ent and C om m unity

R elations

D oug K ight

-

V ice President, H um an R esources, B oeing

C om m ercial A irplanes

Jim M cN erney

-

President, C hairm an, and C E O

Jim Proulx

-

B oeing spokesm an

P at S hanahan

-

V ice President and G eneral M anager of

A irplane Program s

G ene W oloshyn

-

V ice President, E m ployee R elations

5.

(a)

T hose em ployees of R espondent enum erated in Section 1.1(a) of

the collective bargaining agreem ent described below in paragraph 5(c), including, inter

alia,all production and m aintenance em ployees in W ashington S tate, constitute a unit

appropriate for the purposes of collective bargaining w ithin the m eaning of § 9(b) of the

A ct (the "P uget S ound U nit").

(b)

T hose em ployees of R espondent enum erated in Section 1.1(c) of

the collective bargaining agreem ent described below in paragraph 5(c), including, inter

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alia,all production and m aintenance em ployees in the Portland, O regon area, constitute

a unit appropriate for the purposes of collective bargaining w ithin the m eaning of § 9(b)

of the A ct (the "Portland U nit").

(c)

S ince at least 1975 and at all m aterial tim es, the IAM has been the

designated exclusive collective bargaining representative of the P uget Sound U nit and

the Portland U nit (collectively, the "U nit") and recognized as such representative by

R espondent. T his recognition has been em bodied in successive collective-bargaining

agreem ents, the m ost recent
of w hich is effective from

N ovem ber
2, 2008, to

S eptem ber 8, 2012.

(d)

Since 1975, during the course of the parties' collective-bargaining

relationship, the IAM engaged in strikes in 1977, 1989, 1995, 2005, and 2008.

6.

O n or about the dates and by the m anner noted below , R espondent m ade

coercive statem ents to its em ployees that it w ould rem ove or had rem oved w ork from

the U nit because em ployees had struck and R espondent threatened or im pliedly

threatened that the U nit w ould lose additional w ork in the event offuture strikes:

(a)

O ctober 21, 2009, by M cN erney in a quarterly earnings conference

call that w as posted on B oeing's intranet w ebsite for all em ployees and reported in the

S eattle P ost Intelligencer A erospace N ew s and quoted in the S eattle T im es, m ade an

extended
statem ent regarding "diversifying
[R espondent's] labor pool
and

labor

relationship," and m oving the 787 D ream liner w ork to S outh C arolina due to "strikes

happening every three to four years in P uget S ound."

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(b)

O ctober 28, 2009, based on its O ctober 28, 2009, m em orandum

entitled 7 8 7 S econd L ine, Q uestions and A nsw ers for M anagers," inform ed em ployees,

am ong other things, that its decision to locate the second 787 D ream liner line in S outh

C arolina w as m ade in order to reduce R espondent's vulnerability to d elivery disruptions

caused by w ork stoppages.

(c)

D ecem ber 7, 2009, by C onner and ProuIx in an article appearing in

the S eattle T im es, attributed R espondent's 787 D ream liner production decision to use a

"dual-sourcing" system and to contract w ith separate suppliers for the South C arolina

line to past U nit strikes.

(d)

D ecem ber 8, 2009, by C onner in an article appearing in the P uget

Sound B usiness Journal, attributed R espondent's 787 D ream liner production decision

to use a "dual-sourcing" system and to contract w ith separate suppliers for the S outh

C arolina line to past U nit strikes.

(e)

M arch 2, 2010, by A lbaugh in a video-taped interview w ith a Seattle

T im es reporter, stated that R espondent decided to locate its 787 D ream liner second line

in South C arolina because of past U nit strikes, and threatened the loss of future U nit

w ork opportunities because of such strikes.

7.

(a)

In or about O ctober 2009, on a date better know n to R espondent,

but no later than O ctober 28, 2009, R espondent decided to transfer its second 787

D ream liner production line of 3 planes per m onth from the U nit to its non-union site in

N orth C harleston, S outh C arolina.

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(b)

R espondent e ngaged in the conduct described above in paragraph

7(a) because the U nit em ployees assisted and/or supported the U nion by, inter alia,

engaging in the protected, concerted activity of law ful strikes and to discourage these

and/or other em ployees from
engaging
in these or other union
and/or protected,

concerted activities.

(c)

R espondent's
conduct
described
above
in
paragraph
7(a),

com bined w ith the conduct described above in paragraph 6, is also inherently

destructive of the rights guaranteed em ployees by § 7 of the A ct.

8.

(a)

In or about O ctober 2009, on a date better know n to R espondent,

but no later than D ecem ber 3, 2009, R espondent decided to transfer a sourcing supply

program for its 787 D ream liner production line from the U nit to its non-union facility in

N orth C harleston, S outh C arolina, or to subcontractors.

(b)

R espondent e ngaged in the conduct described above in paragraph

8(a) because the U nit em ployees assisted and/or supported the U nion by, inter alia,

engaging in the protected, concerted activity of law ful strikes and to discourage these

and/or other em ployees from

engaging
in these or other union and/or protected,

concerted activities.

(c)

R espondent's
conduct
described
above
in
paragraph
8(a),

com bined w ith the conduct described above in paragraphs 6 and 7(a), is also inherently

destructive ofthe rights guaranteed em ployees by § 7 of the A ct.

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9.

By the conduct described above in paragraph 6, R espondent has been

interfering w ith, restraining,
and coercing em ployees in the
exercise of the rights

guaranteed in § 7 of the A ct in violation of § 8(a)(1) of the A ct.

10.

By the conduct described above in paragraphs 7 and 8, R espondent has

been discrim inating in regard to the hire or tenure or term s or conditions of em ploym ent

of its em ployees, thereby discouraging m em bership in a labor organization in violation

of §§ 8(a)(3) and (1) of the A ct.

11.

By the conduct described above in paragraphs 6 through 10, R espondent

has engaged in unfair labor practices affecting com m erce w ithin the m eaning of §§ 2(6)

and (7) of the A ct.

12.

A s part of the rem edy for the unfair labor practices alleged herein, the

A cting G eneral C ounsel seeks an O rder requiring either that one of the high level

officials of R espondent alleged to have com m itted the violations enum erated above in

paragraph 6 read, or that a designated B oard agent read in the presence of a high level

B oeing official, any notice that issues in this m atter, and requiring R espondent to

broadcast such reading on R espondent's intranet to all em ployees.

13.

(a)

A s part of the rem edy for the unfair labor practices alleged above in

paragraphs 7 and 8, the A cting G eneral C ounsel seeks an O rder requiring R espondent

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to have the U nit operate its second line of 787 D ream liner aircraft assem bly production

in the S tate of W ashington, utilizing supply lines m aintained by the U nit in the S eattle,

W ashington, and Portland, O regon, area facilities.

(b)

O ther than
as set forth in paragraph
13(a) above,
the
relief

requested by the A cting G eneral C ounsel does not seek to prohibit R espondent from

m aking
non-discrim inatory
decisions w ith respect to w here w ork w ill be perform ed,

including non-discrim inatory decisions w ith respect to w ork at its N orth C harleston,

South C arolina, facility.

A N SW E R R E Q UIR E M E N T

R espondent is notified that, pursuant to §§ 102.20 and 102.21
of the

B oard's R ules and R egulations, it m ust file an answ er to this C om plaint. T he answ er

m ust be received by th is office on or before M ay 4, 2011, or postm arked on or

before M ay 3, 20111,
U nless filed electronically in a pdfform at, R espondent should file

an original and four copies of the a nsw er w ith this office and serve a copy of the answ er

on each of the other parties.

A n answ er m ay also be filed electronically by using the E-Filing system on

the A gency's w ebsite.
In order to file an answ er electronically, access the A gency's

w ebsite at w w w .nirb.cjov, click on F ile C a se D o cu m en ts, enter the N LR B C ase

N um ber, and follow the detailed
instructions. T he responsibility for the receipt and

usability of the answ er rests exclusively upon the sender.
U nless notification on the

A gency's
w ebsite inform s users that
the A gency's E-Filing system

is
officially

determ ined to be in technical failure because it is unable to receive docum ents for a

continuous period of m ore than 2 hours after 12:00 noon (E astern T im e) on the due

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date for filing, a failure to tim ely file the answ er w ill not be excused on the basis that the

transm ission could not be accom plished because the A gency's w ebsite w as off-line or

unavailable for som e other reason. T he B oard's R ules and R egulations require that an

answ er be signed by counsel or non-attorney representative for represented parties or

by the party ifnot represented.
S ee § 102.21. Ifthe answ er being filed electronically is

a pdf docum ent containing the required signature, no paper copies of the docum ent

need to be transm itted to the R egional O ffice. H ow ever, ifthe electronic version of an

answ er to a com plaint is not a pdf file containing the required signature, then the E-filing

rules require that such answ er containing the required signature be subm itted to the

R egional O ffice by traditional m eans w ithin three (3) business days after the date of

electronic filing.

S ervice of the answ er on each of the other parties m ust b e accom plished

in conform ance w ith the requirem ents of § 102.114 of the B oard's R ules and

R egulations. T he answ er m ay not be filed by facsim ile transm ission. Ifno answ er is

filed or ifan answ er is filed untim ely, the B oard m ay find, pursuant to M otion for D efault

Judgm ent, that the allegations in this C om plaint are true.

N O T IC E O F H EA R IN G

PL E A SE TA K E N O TIC E TH A T on the 14th day of Ju n e, 2011, at 9:00

a.m ., in Jam es C . S and
H earing R oom , 2966 Jack so n
F ederal B uilding, 915

S econd A venue,
S eattle, W ashington, and
on consecutive days thereafter until

concluded, a hearing w ill be conducted before an A dm inistrative Law Judge of the

N ational L abor R elations B oard. A t the hearing, R espondent and any other party to this

proceeding have the right to appear and present testim ony regarding the allegations in

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this com plaint.
T he procedures to be follow ed
at the hearing are described in the

attached Form N L R B -4668. T he procedure to request a postponem ent of the hearing is

described in the attached Form N L R B -4338.

D A TED at S eattle, W ashington, this 2 0 th day of A pril, 2011.

R ichard L .A hearn, R egional D irector

N ational L abor R elations B oard, R egion 19

2948 Jackson F ederal B uilding

915 S econd A venue

S eattle, W ashington 98174-1078

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Jim DeMint said Thursday the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) complaint against Boeing for violating federal law shows

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SC lawmakers criticize NLRB complaint

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Odds Shifting Toward Another Boeing Machinists Strike?

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Union plans rally today at Boathouse

Crain's New York Business

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NLRB: You Can't Move Away from Your Union

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Unions Attack Boeing, Threaten Freedom of Speech

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The NLRB fires a shot South Carolina can't ignore

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The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) contends in a complaint recently filed against Boeing that the company can't open its

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Labor Board Case Against Boeing Points to Fights to Come

New York Times

Lafe Solomon, the acting general counsel for the National Labor Relations Board, has filed a labor case against

Boeing. “I can't not issue a complaint in the face of such evidence,” he said. By STEVEN GREENHOUSE For

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SC lawmakers criticize NLRB complaint

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… bad news for Boeing

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This week, the National Labor Relations Board filed a complaint over Boeing's plans to open a plant in South

Carolina. Boeing is not seeking to outsource work to a foreign country. Boeing has chosen a manufacturing location in

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Boeing and the NLRB

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'A Shameful Act': SC Democratic Mayor Denounces NLRB Move

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The NLRB's Overreach

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Boeing case raises job loss specter

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Boeing-NLRB dispute could be long, costly fight

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fervently anti-union South Carolina has seen in recent years. The federal agency's acting general counsel sued the company ...

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Employers, employees at odds over social networking freedoms

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The National Labor Relations Board filed a complaint claiming the company's social media policies were too broad, and that the

fired employee's disparaging comments, to which other co-workers posted support on Facebook, were protected under the ...

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Boeing's Dreamliner Nightmare

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US Chamber Expresses Grave Concern Over NLRB's Complaint Against Boeing

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Boeing lives by big government, dies by big government

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Boeing is not free to make its jets at the factory of its choosing, according to the National Labor Relations Board -- it must make

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Eden: NLRB puts Boeing Dreamliner in holding pattern

Opelika Auburn News

By Tommy Eden | Business columnist On March 26, the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers filed a

charge with the National Labor Relations Board alleging that the Boeing Co. had engaged in multiple unfair labor practices related

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week in review

Charleston Post Courier

A 2008 union strike that crippled Boeing's aircraft division for eight weeks is cited in the complaint filed Wednesday by the National

Labor Relations Board. A federal lawsuit targeting Boeing Co. and its new South Carolina aircraft plant is likely to ...

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SPA to reassign container cranes to Wando

Charleston Post Courier

Lindsey Graham offered an interesting political footnote from the Boeing-Big Labor flap. At a press conference denouncing the

National Labor Relations Board's lawsuit against Boeing for alleged union-busting, the senior South Carolina senator noted ...

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NLRB decision on Boeing Plant is a dangerous precedent

Kitsap Peninsula Business Journal

In response, the president went about stacking the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to fulfill his promises. Currently, three

of the four members of the NLRB — a supposedly neutral body — are former union lawyers. Now the reconstituted NLRB has ...

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Salute the top legal eagles May 3 at Suburban Collection

Crain's Detroit Business

Topics to be discussed during the summit include labor and employment law, compliance, intellectual property and the latest trends in

the automotive sector. Panelists include Lafe Solomon, acting general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, ...

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The Nation: Taxpayers Subsidize Their Own Demise

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Boeing, the NLRB and government's golden handcuffs

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Boeing was the recipient of an outrageous ruling last week by the National Labor Relations Board, which said the aerospace giant

couldn't retaliate against labor-union strikes by moving some manufacturing operations out of union-friendly Washington ...

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NLRB plans to sue two states in attack on secret ballot

Washington Examiner (blog)

The National Labor Relations Board, which under Obama has launched an assualt on workers and businesses on behest of unions, is

planning to sue two states that have constitutional amendments protecting workers' rights to a secret ballot in union ...

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Alexander: Right-to-Work Essential for Preserving US Jobs

National Journal

By Althea Fung The National Labor Relations Board's attempt to stop Boeing from building planes at a nonunion plant could

ultimately hinder job creation in the United States, Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., argues in an opinion piece in The Wall Street ...

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GOP Field Shapes Up: Paul Plays, Haley Quits

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Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne talking to the New York Times about a move by the National Labor Relations Board to

preempt state laws preserving secret ballots for union elections. Already under fire for an effort to block Boeing from building a ...

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Ex-Labor Board Chairman: Union-Backed Case Against Boeing 'Unprecedented'

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The former chairman of the National Labor Relations Board told FoxNews.com that a board attorney's bid to stop

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NLRB continues its crusade to unionize America

American Thinker (blog)

Fresh off its decision to ask an administrative law judge to stop Boeing's move to step up production in South Carolina because

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Does labor law protect critical 'tweets'?

People's World

That's on top of a whole lot of other labor law-breaking by the media conglomerate. There's so much, in fact, that the National Labor

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NLRB Sues Arizona & South Dakota Over Secret-Ballot Amendments

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On the heels of President Obama's union-controlled National Labor Relations Board complaint telling the Boeing Company where it

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Wake Up, Get Real!

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Boeing is being sued by the National Labor Relations Board for locating some of its 787 Dreamliner production to South Carolina.

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Federal Government Attacks on Boeing Fuel Our National Economic Suicide

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In terms of sheer economic stupidity, the Obama Administration committed an economic felony when the National Labor Relations

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Unions Try to Force 'Card Check' Through NLRB

U.S. News & World Report (blog)

By Peter Roff Prominent among the alphabet soup of federal regulatory agencies is the National Labor Relations Board, which,

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Haley: GOP candidates should talk about unions

The Seattle Times

Nikki Haley said Wednesday she wants Republican presidential hopefuls, who will be debating in her state shortly, to address how

they would deal with unions and a complaint filed by the National Labor Relations Board. By SEANNA ADCOX Associated Press

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Esperanza Unida settles NLRB case

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (blog)

The settlement came Wednesday shortly after a National Labor Relations Board had started a trial based on the complaint the

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Bernanke v. NLRB: No Contest

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Manufacturer faces labor complaint

Muskogee Daily Phoenix

By Cathy Spaulding Phoenix Staff Writer An unfair labor practice charge has been filed with the National Labor Relations Board

against Proform Industries of Muskogee. The charge, submitted by the Laborers Local 107, states that Proform, a manufacturer ...

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SENA mediation approach in resolving labor cases shows initial success in CAR

Philippine Information Agency

National Conciliation and Mediation Board (NCMB) regional director Brenda Rose Odsey said most of the labor cases mediated by

the NSCB through the SENA involve illegal dismissal and unpaid wages. She explained that labor dispute can be brought to the ...

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Sen. Grassley on NLRB and Boeing: Congress Can Fix the Law

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Charles Grassley (R-IA) at an NAM-sponsored event in Pella, Iowa, on Wednesday dealt with the National Labor Relations Board's

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SC attorney general wants Boeing complaint dropped

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Attorney General Alan Wilson and eight other attorneys general said in a letter Thursday that the National Labor Relations Board's

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The right woman for the job: DOLE Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz

Philippine Star

In 1982, Baldoz was a labor arbiter at the National Labor Relations Commission. A few years later, in 1987, she became deputy

administrator, later deputy executive director and eventually executive director of the National Conciliation and Mediation ...

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Union tries to stop Boeing from moving production to rival US state

International Business Times

Earlier this week, International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) – a powerful union in the US

– filed a charge with National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) against Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA). The IAM is

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Obama's Oil Panic

Wall Street Journal

Gigot: Well, score one for big labor. The National Labor Relations Board last week filed a complaint against Boeing, seeking to

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When the NLRB issues a complaint, it is initially only an allegation

Washington Post

It was good to see Steven Pearlstein's balanced description of the Boeing labor dispute before the National Labor Relations Board

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NLRB suit threatens economy

Myrtle Beach Sun News

By Chip Limehouse The federal lawsuit filed by the National Labor Relations Board against Boeing claims the company moved a

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The Union-Controlled NLRB Strikes Again!

RedState

Of course, as the NLRB has become union bosses' go-to agency to enact an agenda that they couldn't otherwise get through Congress,

there are other NLRB actions than just these that are listed. For example, in a recent case that has significant ...

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Richard Epstein on labor law, the 'menace' of the NLRB, and Boeing

Point of Law

The NLRB's action is travesty and a menace, Epstein said. The comments followed remarks by Bruce Caldwell of Duke, a Hayek

scholar and editor, and George Soros of the Open Society Foundations. The discussions were moderated by Cato's Ronald Hamowy,

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Boeing, the NLRB, CFLs and anarchists

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The recent news of the arrogant lawsuit against the Boeing company by Obama's unelected National Labor Relations Board

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The National Labor Relations Board Vs. South Carolina

Forbes (blog)

But his administration's latest foray into the labor markets may be the most egregious example. It centers on an intrusion into the

economy that reeks of central planning. Last month the National Labor Relations Board issued a complaint against Boeing. ...

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Calif. Governor Brown Announces Appointments for May 2, 2011

California Newswire

She has worked for the Board since 1976, where she currently serves as a regional director. Previously, Martinez was a board agent

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Republicans Rally Behind Boeing Over Complaint by US Labor Board

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(BA) after a federal labor board said the company should add a production line in Washington because it retaliated against unions by

building a South Carolina factory. The National Labor Relations Board is seeking an “extraordinary remedy that requires ...

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GOP to block labor nominees

Politico

AP photo Close By SCOTT WONG | 5/5/11 2:27 PM EDT A group of 19 Republican senators is vowing to defeat two

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Haley praises Pawlenty

Politico (blog)

Pawlenty backed Haley against the National Labor Relations Board's suit against Boeing for shifting production to South Carolina,

whose "right-to-work" laws are hostile to labor unions. "I applaud him for responding to the lawsuit against Boeing, ...

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SC Gov: 2012 GOP hopefuls need to challenge unions

The Seattle Times

Republican presidential hopefuls need to say how they would handle the fight between the Boeing Co. and the National Labor

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Senate Republicans Threaten to Fight NLRB Nominations Over Boeing Complaint

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A group of Senate Republicans fired off a letter to President Obama Thursday, threatening to “vigorously oppose” a

couple of key nominations to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) after it issued a complaint that they see as

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Obama trades away opportunity

Washington Times

Last month, Obama appointees at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) sought to punish Boeing Co., which

created $30 billion in exports in 2009, for expanding 787 Dreamliner production in non-union South Carolina - to the

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SC Gov: 2012 GOP hopefuls need to challenge unions

Seattle Post Intelligencer

JIM DAVENPORT, AP GREENVILLE, SC (AP) — Republican presidential hopefuls need to say how they would handle the fight

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National Labor Relations Board protects unions, not jobs for Americans

Eastern Arizona Courier

If they have any doubts about the insidious relationship between big labor and the Obama Administration and other Democrats, they

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Boeing Responds To NLRB

FITSNews

By fitsnews • on May 5, 2011 Chicago-based airplane manufacturer Boeing has responded to one of the most over-the-top government

intrusions in the American free market we've ever seen – calling an attempt by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to ...

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NFL Players' Lawyer Ted Olson Calls Lockout by League an Abuse of Monopoly

Bloomberg

“The threshold question here is one of jurisdiction, and the district court lacked it,” NFL attorneys told the appeals court, arguing that

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As Boeing factory debate heats up, past writings of NLRB member Craig Becker ...

Daily Caller

(AP Photo/The Post and Courier, Brad Nettles) Several Republican senators penned an open letter to President Barack Obama on

Thursday calling on him to immediately rescind National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) nominations for Lafe Solomon and

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Muhlenberg, New School Will Honor Tony Kushner

Inside Higher Ed

Graduate teaching and research assistants at Polytechnic Institute of New York University on Thursday filed a petition with the

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Haley addresses pre-debate Tea Party rally

The State

Haley, a Lexington Republican and Tea Party favorite, got the biggest response when she said she would fight union bullying, a

reference to a National Labor Relations Board complaint against Boeing's decision to build planes in Charleston and other ...

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GOP candidates at debate tackle variety of topics

Spartanburg Herald Journal

Tim Pawlenty railed against the National Labor Relations Board late Thursday, calling that board's complaint against Boeing Corp.

for bringing a major manufacturing facility to South Carolina "preposterous." "The National Labor Relations Board telling ...

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Attorneys warn employers to steer clear of online labor movements

Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal

Marlin Osthus, regional director of the National Labor Relations Board, anticipates more labor-related court cases will involve

social-networking sites. No one posted the news on Twitter or Facebook when Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the National Labor ...

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Corporate/Conservative Heads Explode As NLRB Actually Enforces Law

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The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is engaging in legal action against Boeing and is threatening to sue Arizona, South

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NLRB: Don't Litigate Boeing in Public! That's Our Job.

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Lafe Solomon, acting general counsel, National Labor Relations Board, May 9, 2011, statement on Boeing case: “We hope all

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GE CEO Jeff Immelt 'way in support of Boeing' in labor dispute

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Tuesday, April 26, 2011 10:54 AM

Ahearn, Richard L.

Re: NYTimes.com: Boeing and the N.L.R.B.

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Nice! I don't like the first 8 words.

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FW : Boeing submission to the General Counsel

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Joe

fyi

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Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

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Paul; Martin, Christopher J.

Subject: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ellen: As promised. Best, Bill

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The ABA is hosting a live webinar on Wednesday, May 4 on the new ADAAA regulations. Chai Feldblum and Victoria Lipnic,

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Congrats to our own Paul Secunda whose letter to the editor appeared on Friday in the Seattle Times. Responding to an

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Cleeland, Nancy

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 1:55 PM

W agner, Anthony R.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.

RE: And now Boeing's

Union officials have been pressing the NLRB for more than a year to bring forward the complaint and force Boeing to

abandon plans to produce three 787 airplanes per month in the company's new North Charleston, S.C., factory and

build them instead in Puget Sound. With today's action by the NLRB's acting general counsel, the board now will begin

a formal proceeding to hear the IAM's allegations.

Boeing also was critical of the timing of the complaint, which comes a full 17 months after the company announced

plans to expand its manufacturing capacity in the United States in South Carolina. Construction of the factory is

nearly complete and the company has hired more than 1,000 new workers. Final assembly of the first airplane is

slated to begin in July.

Their wording makes it sounds as if we’re just beginning to look into the charge, as opposed to completing an

investigation.

Nancy Cleeland

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(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

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Cleeland, Nancy

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 1:57 PM

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RE: And now Boeing's

Or dashes

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:56 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Yes – they probably pasted from MS Word. I suspect they were meant to be quotation marks.

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:54 PM

To: Wagner, Anthony R.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Interesting use of question marks in the last sentence.

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570

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W ednesday, April 20, 2011 1:59 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.

RE: And now Boeing's

That is certainly the implication – either for nefarious purpose of just cause we’re slow…

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:58 PM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Wagner, Anthony R.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.; Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

I’m curious about their being critical of the timing of the complaint. Are they suggesting that we “dragged our feet” for

some nefarious purpose.

From: Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:55 PM

To: Wagner, Anthony R.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Union officials have been pressing the NLRB for more than a year to bring forward the complaint and force Boeing to

abandon plans to produce three 787 airplanes per month in the company's new North Charleston, S.C., factory and

build them instead in Puget Sound. With today's action by the NLRB's acting general counsel, the board now will begin

a formal proceeding to hear the IAM's allegations.

Boeing also was critical of the timing of the complaint, which comes a full 17 months after the company announced

plans to expand its manufacturing capacity in the United States in South Carolina. Construction of the factory is

nearly complete and the company has hired more than 1,000 new workers. Final assembly of the first airplane is

slated to begin in July.

Their wording makes it sounds as if we’re just beginning to look into the charge, as opposed to completing an

investigation.

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/
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Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570

anthony.wagner@nlrb.gov | 202-273-0187 | cell: 202-375-9791

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Cleeland, Nancy

W ednesday, April 27, 2011 6:08 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.; Liebman, W ilma B.

RE: A word of support

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Do you think this is a typo or intentional??? Senator Dement

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

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nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 6:03 PM

To: Liebman, Wilma B.; Cleeland, Nancy

Subject: Fwd: A word of support

Sent from my mobile

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Subject: A word of support

Dear Mr. Solomon,

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I think we might have had a handshake once or twice; no particular reason you

should remember this.

I was distressed to read the comments of Senator Dement last week following the decision to

issue complaint against Boeing. I then remembered that as a retiree, I no longer have to keep

my mouth shut. It could just as easily been me investigating that case and Wayne Gold making

the decision on the merits. Ultimately, of course, it's the GC's decision.

I decided to write to Senator Dement. I told him the NLRA is still law, and it establishes an NLRB

to enforce the Act. I said the Board'semployees take an oath similar to the one he took, and in

the scores of meetings I participated in over more thantwo decades, I never heard any official

attempt to pursue any agenda other than enforcing the Act. I said that although I am not

currently a Christian, I was raised in a devoutly Catholic household, and I don't know how he

can profess to be a Christian, born again or otherwise, and make such unwarranted and unkind

remarks on Holy Thursday, of all days. Finally, I told him that where I come from, if he were to

walk into a bar and start calling other patrons "thugs," he might leave with a few less teeth.
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I don't expect you to endorse any of my views, but frankly, I am tired of seeing dedicated public

servants sit quiet and take this kind of crap. And with the entire South Carolina Congressional

delegation and others howling over this, I am not going to sit quiet. If this case doesn't settle,

your field attorneys will prevail, and then they will have a go at the ALJ, I suppose.

Hang in there. Your work is important and you should not have to take this.

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Cleeland, Nancy

W ednesday, April 27, 2011 8:58 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.

Re: Fwd: Chief Organizer Blog

From:

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Friends like these...

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

To: Liebman, Wilma B.; Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Wed Apr 27 18:36:21 2011

Subject: Fwd: Chief Organizer Blog

Sent from my mobile

Begin forwarded message:

From:

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Date: April 27, 2011 11:49:25 AM PDT

To: "Solomon, Lafe E." <Lafe.Solomon@nlrb.gov>

Subject: FW: Chief Organizer Blog

Lafe: don't know if you might get this otherwise but thought I would pass on Wade Rathke's

thoughts...he was the former head of Acorn. Also spoke with a labor friend to day (atty with a

union) who unsolicited spoke about how impressed everyone is with all you have

been attempting to do and accomplishing.

From:

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NLRB Employee

Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 2:44 PM

To:

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Subject: Fwd: Chief Organizer Blog

---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: Wade Rathke: Chief Organizer Blog <acorncanada@gmail.com>

Date: Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 2:13 PM

Subject: Chief Organizer Blog

To:

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Labor Board Grows a Set

Posted: 27 Apr 2011 05:54 AM PDT

Seattle As union membership falls to record lows and seems now headed to only

5% of private sector density and with recent assaults on public sector unionization may be pushed below 20% density

there soon as well, it is worth remembering that collective bargaining remains a clearly articulated, foundational

purpose of labor law ensconced directly in the language and purpose of the National Labor Relations Act almost 70

years ago. (For more on this see Bruce Boccardy’s on-line piece for Social Policy at: http://bit.ly/gP6wUg)

It almost seems that the NLRB and its General Counsel may have been reading the news from Wisconsin, Ohio, New

Hampshire and so many elsewheres, shaken themselves out of their slumber and realized that if they didn’t get on

the stick there was no future for that bastion of labor bureaucracy and white collar legalisms. I’m not sure this is a

development that will make the new “business first” White House happy, but the Board may have grown a set.

In a matter of days they have first issued a dramatic complaint arguing that Seattle-based Boeing was so blatant in

relocating production of one of its new planes to company friendly and union baiting South Carolina, that they

committed such severe unfair labor practices that the impact of the complaint could force the company to spend

hundreds of millions to repatriate the work back to union workers and a union contract in Seattle. This case is all the

talk here, and despite the company’sunion membership, private sector, Bruce Boccardy, collective bar protestations,

the case is more solid that the business community would like to have the biscuit cookers believe. The NLRB for a

refreshing change is staking out a position that pissing all over the union and its legitimate section 7 rights to strike

and maintain its side of the bargain in collective agreements should not give a company a green light to run away to

greener, anti-union pastures.

Days later the NLRB announced that they are suing state governments in Arizona and North Dakota (what’s wrong

with our brothers and sisters of the South here?!?) for promoting ballot propositions that would make “card check”

(voluntary, non-election procedures where majority support for unions is determined by showing the authorization

cards to employers or neutral third parties) illegal. Clearly state efforts to mess with long established recognition

procedures protected by federal law are preempted, but more usually the NLRB might have pussyfooted around and

waited until such measures were introduced and actually approved by voters before entering the lists and waging

their part of the fight. This one is a slam dunk it would see, though why the NLRB claimed it was not suing Utah and

South Dakota, which are trying to create the same card check bars, because they “didn’t have enough money,” seems

odd.

I would also bet that another shoe is about to drop and that they will also issue a complaint in favor of the NFL

Players Association and against the owners in this marquee labor lockout and bargaining struggle, but no sense in

getting ahead of myself.

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The NLRB actually fulfilling it’s legal mandate and protecting collective bargaining and workers’ rights would be a

st

novel and refreshing change in the early days of the 21

Century during this dark night for all of us and our unions.

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From: Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 12:43 PM

To: Liebman, Wilma B.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Schiff, Robert

Subject: from cnn - state of the union - producer

Hi – I got this message just now from the executive producer at CNN’s State of the Union Sunday show (Candy Crowley).

I wanted you to be aware that they are trying to get a response from the WH since Graham raised the issue
Exemption 5

hey’re also checking up with Boeing on our statement that we did not

tell them they can’t build planes in South Carolina.

Nancy,

We clearly will do something on Sunday. We knew that Sen. Graham’s statement wasn’t going to be the last word. His

direct shot is at the White House whom we are still asking for a response. We’re talking to Boeing and Sen. Graham’s

office as well. I will get back with you before the end of business Friday to let you know where things stand and can

probably avoid messing up your weekend.

Tom

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

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From:

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Cleeland, Nancy

Tuesday, June 07, 2011 5:59 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; W agner, Anthony R.

FW : Post & Courier on Boeing

Boeing ribbon cutting this friday

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Rosen, James [mailto:jrosen@mcclatchydc.com]

Sent: Tuesday, June 07, 2011 5:57 PM

To: Cleeland, Nancy

Subject: Post & Courier on Boeing

http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2011/jun/07/boeings-787-plant-open-friday/

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Microsoft Outlook

Subject:

Discuss Boeing

Start:

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Mon 10/18/2010 11:00 AM

Mon 10/18/2010 12:00 PM

Recurrence:

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Friday, November 05, 2010 10:56 PM

Farrell, Ellen

seattletimes.com: Deliveries of Boeing's new 787 reportedly delayed again

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Kilberg P.C., W illiam [W Kilberg@gibsondunn.com]

W ednesday, December 08, 2010 8:54 AM

Farrell, Ellen; Blankenstein, Paul

RE: Boeing position statement

Ellen: Thank you. We will have it to you shortly. Best, Bill

William J. Kilberg

GIBSON DUNN

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

1050 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20036-5306

Tel +1 202.955.8573 • Fax +1 202.530.9559

WKilberg@gibsondunn.com • www.gibsondunn.com

From: Farrell, Ellen [mailto:Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov]

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 8:01 AM

To: Kilberg P.C., William; Blankenstein, Paul

Subject: Boeing position statement

Good Morning,

I’m following up on my conversation with Paul yesterday and Bill’s phone call to Barry. We would appreciate receiving the

position statement by email. If you send it to my email address, I can see that it gets distributed to everyone here.

Thanks.

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

NLRB Division of Advice

202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

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From:

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Cc:

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Attachments:

Farrell, Ellen

W ednesday, December 08, 2010 12:18 PM

Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme; Colangelo, David (Advice); Marx, Eric C.

Solomon, Lafe E.; Mattina, Celeste J.

FW : Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ltr to Lafe Solomon.pdf

Did I miss anyone?

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

Division of Advice, NLRB

202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

From: Kilberg P.C., William [mailto:WKilberg@gibsondunn.com]

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 10:48 AM

To: Farrell, Ellen

Cc: Baumeister, Bryan H; Clarke, Joan C; Gerry, Brett C; rhankins@mckennalong.com; McGill, Matthew D.; Blankenstein,

Paul; Martin, Christopher J.

Subject: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ellen: As promised. Best, Bill

William J. Kilberg

GIBSON DUNN

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Microsoft Outlook

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Kearney, Barry J.

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 2:45 PM

Farrell, Ellen

FW : And now Boeing's

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 2:18 PM

To: Ahearn, Richard L.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose; Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

This is the first news report I’ve seen. The Herald fin Everett, W A

http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20110420/biz/704209828/-1/rss03

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 2:10 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Wagner, Anthony R.; Garza, Jose; Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Or that the requested remedy would now be so onerous after massive investment.

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 10:58 AM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Wagner, Anthony R.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.; Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

I’m curious about their being critical of the timing of the complaint. Are they suggesting that we “dragged our feet” for

some nefarious purpose.

From: Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:55 PM

To: Wagner, Anthony R.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Union officials have been pressing the NLRB for more than a year to bring forward the complaint and force Boeing to

abandon plans to produce three 787 airplanes per month in the company's new North Charleston, S.C., factory and

build them instead in Puget Sound. With today's action by the NLRB's acting general counsel, the board now will begin

a formal proceeding to hear the IAM's allegations.

Boeing also was critical of the timing of the complaint, which comes a full 17 months after the company announced

plans to expand its manufacturing capacity in the United States in South Carolina. Construction of the factory is

nearly complete and the company has hired more than 1,000 new workers. Final assembly of the first airplane is

slated to begin in July.

Their wording makes it sounds as if we’re just beginning to look into the charge, as opposed to completing an

investigation.

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Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570

anthony.wagner@nlrb.gov | 202-273-0187 | cell: 202-375-9791

nlrb.gov | m.nlrb.gov | facebook.com/NLRBpage | @nlrb

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Thursday, April 21, 2011 12:20 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

FW : NLRB tries to block Boeing's plant in S.C. | CharlotteObserver.com & The Charlotte

Observer Newspaper

Rich

Have you seen this piece from the Charlotte Observer which reports that Obama's Chief of

Staff, Bill Daley, was on the Boeing Bd of Directors when the Board unanimously voted to

approve the move to S.C?

Ellen

http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2011/04/20/2238449/nlrb-tries-to-block-boeings-plant.html

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Thursday, April 21, 2011 12:22 PM

Farrell, Ellen

RE: NLRB tries to block Boeing's plant in S.C. | CharlotteObserver.com & The Charlotte

Observer Newspaper

No, but perhaps he'll want to engage/initiate a mediated solution??

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Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2011 9:20 AM

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Subject: FW: NLRB tries to block Boeing's plant in S.C. | CharlotteObserver.com & The

Charlotte Observer Newspaper

Rich

Have you seen this piece from the Charlotte Observer which reports that Obama's Chief of

Staff, Bill Daley, was on the Boeing Bd of Directors when the Board unanimously voted to

approve the move to S.C?

Ellen

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Thursday, April 21, 2011 6:01 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.; Mattina, Celeste J.; Cleeland, Nancy; Kearney, Barry J.; Farrell, Ellen

FW : Victory On Our ULP

2011_04_20 Complaint Notice of Hearing.pdf

The last sentence represents the best hope for both parties.

From: Snook, Dennis

Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2011 2:49 PM

To: Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: FW: Victory On Our ULP

Rich,

From Sen. Murray’s office.

From: Glenn, Mary (Murray) [mailto:Mary_Glenn@murray.senate.gov]

Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2011 2:39 PM

To: dennis.snook@nlrb.gov

Subject: FW: Victory On Our ULP

We thought you might like to share this with the office

From: Conway, Mary (Murray)

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 10:50 AM

To: Glenn, Mary (Murray)

Subject: FW: Victory On Our ULP

FYI – feel free to share with folks across the hall.

From: Larry Brown [mailto:LarryB@iam751.org]

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 10:47 AM

Subject: FW: Victory On Our ULP

Larry Brown

Legislative & Political Director

Aerospace Machinists 751

206 764-0306 (office)

206 713-2437 (cell)

THIS MESSAGE IS BEING SENT ON BEHALF OF DISTRICT PRESIDENT TOM WROBLEWSKI:

Below is the press release and statement which will be posted on our website and sent to Stewards,

members and the media on our unfair labor practice. I have also attached the NLRB Complaint and

Notice of Hearing.

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This is a major victory for all workers everywhere. I want to thank all of you for your role in making this

happen.

Machinists Applaud NLRB Complaint Over Boeing South Carolina Move

SEATTLE, WA -- A complaint issued today by the National Labor Relations Board against the Boeing

Co. is a victory for all American workers – particularly aerospace workers in both Puget Sound and

South Carolina, officials with the Machinists Union said.

The federal complaint alleges that Boeing’s decision in 2009 to locate a 787 final assembly line in

North Charleston, S.C., represented illegal retaliation against members of the International

Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers who work for the company.

As a remedy for the legal violation, the federal agency is seeking a judicial order requiring Boeing to

operate the second 787 line, including supply lines, with union machinist workers in the Puget Sound.

Boeing “made coercive statements to its employees that it would remove or had removed work from

the unit because employees had struck,” the NLRB complaint alleges. That action was “inherently

destructive to the rights guaranteed employees” under federal law, it says.

The board’s action reinforces the fact that “workers have a right to join a union, and companies don’t

have a right to punish them for engaging in legal union activities,” said Tom Wroblewski, the president

of Machinists Union District Lodge 751 in Seattle. “Taking work away from workers because they

exercise their union rights is against the law, and it’s against the law in all 50 states.”

The board’s complaint comes after a year-long investigation, and is in response to an Unfair Labor

Practice charge filed in March 2010 by District 751. In it, the board cites repeated statements by

Boeing spokespeople and executives that the “overriding” factor in the decision to open the

Charleston plant was the company’s problems reaching contracts with the Machinists Union

representing workers in Puget Sound.

“By opening the line in Charleston, Boeing tried to intimidate our members with the idea that the

company would take away their work unless they made concessions at the bargaining table,”

Wroblewski said. “But the law is clear: American workers have a right to pursue collective bargaining,

and no company – not even Boeing – can threaten or punish them for exercising those rights.”

The decision to open in Charleston also came after it was made clear to workers there that the only

way they could ensure their future work on the 787 would be if they left the Machinists Union, forcing

them to sacrifice their collective bargaining rights to have a chance at more jobs.

Fortunately for them, “the same federal rights that apply to the rest of America also apply in South

Carolina,” Wroblewski said. “Should they ever decide to form a union again, the Charleston workers

could do it knowing that Boeing couldn’t retaliate against them for seeking better pay, benefits and

working conditions.”

“Had we allowed Boeing to break the law and go unchecked in their actions, it would have given the

green light for corporate America to discriminate against union members and would have become

management’s new strategic template to attack employees,” Wroblewski added.

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The dispute has its roots in recent Machinists Union strikes that were triggered by Boeing proposals

to gut health care and pension benefits for workers, and to erode job security by giving work

historically done inside the factories by Machinists to non-union contractors.

The strikes prompted Boeing officials to retaliate by moving 787 final assembly and supply chain work

to Charleston, according to the NLRB complaint.

The statements by Boeing, linking future expansion in Charleston to future union activity in Puget

Sound, have not slowed down. As recently as last week, a Boeing spokeswoman told The Seattle

Times of Boeing’s intention to make the Charleston facility independent of Puget Sound because of

the risk of strikes here.

Wroblewski said that even after filing the Unfair Labor Practice charge, the union has been open to

talking with Boeing about a long-term solution to its Puget Sound labor issues.

“The ruling is an opportunity for Boeing to move beyond a failed strategy of confrontation and to work

more closely with its employees and their representatives and the communities that have stood by

them for years,” Wroblewski said. “Moving forward, we would hope Boeing would partner with us to

build on the success we achieved working together on the Air Force tanker, rather than battling to try

to intimidate workers who account for less than 5 percent of their product cost.”

Before Boeing announced its Charleston decision, the Machinists had offered the company an

unprecedented 11-year agreement that would have given the company the “labor peace,” it claimed it

needed to be successful.

Since the Charleston announcement, Boeing hasn’t been willing to have any serious conversations

about its future in Puget Sound, Wroblewski said.

“I’m ready to have that conversation,” he said. “We need to sit down and talk about our shared future,

and what both sides need to be successful long-term. That kind of conversation is what’s in the best

interest of our company, our members and our communities.”

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UN IT E D ST A T E S O F A M E R IC A

B E F O R E T H E N A TIO N A L L A B O R R E L A T IO N S B O A R D

R E G IO N 19

T H E B O E IN G C O M PA N Y

C ase 19-C A -32431

and

IN T E R N A T IO N A L A SSO C IA T IO N O F

M A C H IN IST S A N D A E R O SP A C E W O R K E R S

D IST R IC T L O D G E 751, affiliated w ith

IN T E R N A T IO N A L A SSO C IA T IO N O F

M A C H IN IST S A N D A E R O SP A C E W O R K E R S

C O M PL A IN T A N D N O T IC E O F H E A R IN G

International A ssociation of M achinists and A erospace W orkers D istrict

L odge N o. 751 ("L ocal 751" or the "U nion"), affiliated w ith International A ssociation of

M achinists and A erospace W orkers ("IA M "),
has charged
in C ase 19-C A -32431
that

T he B oeing C om pany ("R espondent" or "B oeing"), has been engaging in unfair labor

practices as s et forth in the N ational L abor R elations A ct (the "A ct"), 29 U .S.C . § 151 et

seq .

B ased thereon,
the
A cting
G eneral
C ounsel of
the N ational
L abor

R elations B oard (the "B oard"), by the undersigned, pursuant to § 10(b) of the A ct and

§ 102.15 of the B oard's R ules and R egulations, issues this C om plaint and N otice of

H earing and alleges as follow s:

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T he C harge w as filed by the U nion on M arch 26, 2010, a nd w as served on

R espondent by regular m ail on or about M arch 29, 2010.

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2.

(a)

R espondent, a S tate of D elaw are corporation w ith its headquarters

in C hicago, Illinois, m anufactures
and produces
m ilitary and com m ercial aircraft at

various facilities throughout the U nited S tates, including in E verett, W ashington (the

"facility"), and others in the S eattle, W ashington, and Portland, O regon, m etropolitan

areas.

(b)

R espondent, during the past tw elve m onths, w hich period is

representative of all m aterial tim es, in conducting its business operations described

above in paragraph 2(a), derived gross revenues in excess of $500,000.

(c)

R espondent, during the past tw elve m onths, w hich period
is

representative of all m aterial tim es, in conducting its business operations described

above in paragraph 2(a), both sold and shipped from , and purchased and received at,

the facility goods valued in excess of $50,000 directly to and from points outside the

S tate of W ashington.

(d)

R espondent has been a t all m aterial tim es an em ployer engaged in

com m erce w ithin the m eaning of §§ 2(2), (6) and (7) of the A ct.

3.

T he U nion is, and has been at all m aterial tim es, a labor organization

w ithin the m eaning of § 2(5) of the A ct.

4.

A t all m aterial tim es the follow ing individuals held the positions set forth

opposite their respective
nam es and have been supervisors w ithin the m eaning of

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§ 2(11) of the A ct, and/or agents w ithin the m eaning of § 2(13) of the A ct, acting on

behalf of R espondent:

Jim A lbaugh

-

E xecutive V ice P resident, B oeing; President

and C E O of Integrated D efense S ystem s (until

late A ugust 2009); C E O , B oeing C om m ercial

A irplanes (as of late A ugust 2009)

Scott C arson

-

E xecutive V ice P resident, B oeing; C E O , B oeing

C om m ercial A irplanes (until late A ugust 2009)

R ay C onner

-

V ice President and G eneral M anager of Supply

C hain M anagem ent and O perations, B oeing

C om m ercial A irplanes

Scott F ancher

-

V ice President and G eneral M anager ofthe 787

Program

Fred K iga

-

V ice President, G overnm ent and C om m unity

R elations

D oug K ight

-

V ice President, H um an R esources, B oeing

C om m ercial A irplanes

Jim M cN erney

-

President, C hairm an, and C E O

Jim Proulx

-

B oeing spokesm an

P at S hanahan

-

V ice President and G eneral M anager of

A irplane Program s

G ene W oloshyn

-

V ice President, E m ployee R elations

5.

(a)

T hose em ployees of R espondent enum erated in Section 1.1(a) of

the collective bargaining agreem ent described below in paragraph 5(c), including, inter

alia,all production and m aintenance em ployees in W ashington S tate, constitute a unit

appropriate for the purposes of collective bargaining w ithin the m eaning of § 9(b) of the

A ct (the "P uget S ound U nit").

(b)

T hose em ployees of R espondent enum erated in Section 1.1(c) of

the collective bargaining agreem ent described below in paragraph 5(c), including, inter

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alia,all production and m aintenance em ployees in the Portland, O regon area, constitute

a unit appropriate for the purposes of collective bargaining w ithin the m eaning of § 9(b)

of the A ct (the "Portland U nit").

(c)

S ince at least 1975 and at all m aterial tim es, the IAM has been the

designated exclusive collective bargaining representative of the P uget Sound U nit and

the Portland U nit (collectively, the "U nit") and recognized as such representative by

R espondent. T his recognition has been em bodied in successive collective-bargaining

agreem ents, the m ost recent
of w hich is effective from

N ovem ber
2, 2008, to

S eptem ber 8, 2012.

(d)

Since 1975, during the course of the parties' collective-bargaining

relationship, the IAM engaged in strikes in 1977, 1989, 1995, 2005, and 2008.

6.

O n or about the dates and by the m anner noted below , R espondent m ade

coercive statem ents to its em ployees that it w ould rem ove or had rem oved w ork from

the U nit because em ployees had struck and R espondent threatened or im pliedly

threatened that the U nit w ould lose additional w ork in the event offuture strikes:

(a)

O ctober 21, 2009, by M cN erney in a quarterly earnings conference

call that w as posted on B oeing's intranet w ebsite for all em ployees and reported in the

S eattle P ost Intelligencer A erospace N ew s and quoted in the S eattle T im es, m ade an

extended
statem ent regarding "diversifying
[R espondent's] labor pool
and

labor

relationship," and m oving the 787 D ream liner w ork to S outh C arolina due to "strikes

happening every three to four years in P uget S ound."

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(b)

O ctober 28, 2009, based on its O ctober 28, 2009, m em orandum

entitled 7 8 7 S econd L ine, Q uestions and A nsw ers for M anagers," inform ed em ployees,

am ong other things, that its decision to locate the second 787 D ream liner line in S outh

C arolina w as m ade in order to reduce R espondent's vulnerability to d elivery disruptions

caused by w ork stoppages.

(c)

D ecem ber 7, 2009, by C onner and ProuIx in an article appearing in

the S eattle T im es, attributed R espondent's 787 D ream liner production decision to use a

"dual-sourcing" system and to contract w ith separate suppliers for the South C arolina

line to past U nit strikes.

(d)

D ecem ber 8, 2009, by C onner in an article appearing in the P uget

Sound B usiness Journal, attributed R espondent's 787 D ream liner production decision

to use a "dual-sourcing" system and to contract w ith separate suppliers for the S outh

C arolina line to past U nit strikes.

(e)

M arch 2, 2010, by A lbaugh in a video-taped interview w ith a Seattle

T im es reporter, stated that R espondent decided to locate its 787 D ream liner second line

in South C arolina because of past U nit strikes, and threatened the loss of future U nit

w ork opportunities because of such strikes.

7.

(a)

In or about O ctober 2009, on a date better know n to R espondent,

but no later than O ctober 28, 2009, R espondent decided to transfer its second 787

D ream liner production line of 3 planes per m onth from the U nit to its non-union site in

N orth C harleston, S outh C arolina.

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(b)

R espondent e ngaged in the conduct described above in paragraph

7(a) because the U nit em ployees assisted and/or supported the U nion by, inter alia,

engaging in the protected, concerted activity of law ful strikes and to discourage these

and/or other em ployees from
engaging
in these or other union
and/or protected,

concerted activities.

(c)

R espondent's
conduct
described
above
in
paragraph
7(a),

com bined w ith the conduct described above in paragraph 6, is also inherently

destructive of the rights guaranteed em ployees by § 7 of the A ct.

8.

(a)

In or about O ctober 2009, on a date better know n to R espondent,

but no later than D ecem ber 3, 2009, R espondent decided to transfer a sourcing supply

program for its 787 D ream liner production line from the U nit to its non-union facility in

N orth C harleston, S outh C arolina, or to subcontractors.

(b)

R espondent e ngaged in the conduct described above in paragraph

8(a) because the U nit em ployees assisted and/or supported the U nion by, inter alia,

engaging in the protected, concerted activity of law ful strikes and to discourage these

and/or other em ployees from

engaging
in these or other union and/or protected,

concerted activities.

(c)

R espondent's
conduct
described
above
in
paragraph
8(a),

com bined w ith the conduct described above in paragraphs 6 and 7(a), is also inherently

destructive ofthe rights guaranteed em ployees by § 7 of the A ct.

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9.

By the conduct described above in paragraph 6, R espondent has been

interfering w ith, restraining,
and coercing em ployees in the
exercise of the rights

guaranteed in § 7 of the A ct in violation of § 8(a)(1) of the A ct.

10.

By the conduct described above in paragraphs 7 and 8, R espondent has

been discrim inating in regard to the hire or tenure or term s or conditions of em ploym ent

of its em ployees, thereby discouraging m em bership in a labor organization in violation

of §§ 8(a)(3) and (1) of the A ct.

11.

By the conduct described above in paragraphs 6 through 10, R espondent

has engaged in unfair labor practices affecting com m erce w ithin the m eaning of §§ 2(6)

and (7) of the A ct.

12.

A s part of the rem edy for the unfair labor practices alleged herein, the

A cting G eneral C ounsel seeks an O rder requiring either that one of the high level

officials of R espondent alleged to have com m itted the violations enum erated above in

paragraph 6 read, or that a designated B oard agent read in the presence of a high level

B oeing official, any notice that issues in this m atter, and requiring R espondent to

broadcast such reading on R espondent's intranet to all em ployees.

13.

(a)

A s part of the rem edy for the unfair labor practices alleged above in

paragraphs 7 and 8, the A cting G eneral C ounsel seeks an O rder requiring R espondent

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to have the U nit operate its second line of 787 D ream liner aircraft assem bly production

in the S tate of W ashington, utilizing supply lines m aintained by the U nit in the S eattle,

W ashington, and Portland, O regon, area facilities.

(b)

O ther than
as set forth in paragraph
13(a) above,
the
relief

requested by the A cting G eneral C ounsel does not seek to prohibit R espondent from

m aking
non-discrim inatory
decisions w ith respect to w here w ork w ill be perform ed,

including non-discrim inatory decisions w ith respect to w ork at its N orth C harleston,

South C arolina, facility.

A N SW E R R E Q UIR E M E N T

R espondent is notified that, pursuant to §§ 102.20 and 102.21
of the

B oard's R ules and R egulations, it m ust file an answ er to this C om plaint. T he answ er

m ust be received by th is office on or before M ay 4, 2011, or postm arked on or

before M ay 3, 20111,
U nless filed electronically in a pdfform at, R espondent should file

an original and four copies of the a nsw er w ith this office and serve a copy of the answ er

on each of the other parties.

A n answ er m ay also be filed electronically by using the E-Filing system on

the A gency's w ebsite.
In order to file an answ er electronically, access the A gency's

w ebsite at w w w .nirb.cjov, click on F ile C a se D o cu m en ts, enter the N LR B C ase

N um ber, and follow the detailed
instructions. T he responsibility for the receipt and

usability of the answ er rests exclusively upon the sender.
U nless notification on the

A gency's
w ebsite inform s users that
the A gency's E-Filing system

is
officially

determ ined to be in technical failure because it is unable to receive docum ents for a

continuous period of m ore than 2 hours after 12:00 noon (E astern T im e) on the due

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date for filing, a failure to tim ely file the answ er w ill not be excused on the basis that the

transm ission could not be accom plished because the A gency's w ebsite w as off-line or

unavailable for som e other reason. T he B oard's R ules and R egulations require that an

answ er be signed by counsel or non-attorney representative for represented parties or

by the party ifnot represented.
S ee § 102.21. Ifthe answ er being filed electronically is

a pdf docum ent containing the required signature, no paper copies of the docum ent

need to be transm itted to the R egional O ffice. H ow ever, ifthe electronic version of an

answ er to a com plaint is not a pdf file containing the required signature, then the E-filing

rules require that such answ er containing the required signature be subm itted to the

R egional O ffice by traditional m eans w ithin three (3) business days after the date of

electronic filing.

S ervice of the answ er on each of the other parties m ust b e accom plished

in conform ance w ith the requirem ents of § 102.114 of the B oard's R ules and

R egulations. T he answ er m ay not be filed by facsim ile transm ission. Ifno answ er is

filed or ifan answ er is filed untim ely, the B oard m ay find, pursuant to M otion for D efault

Judgm ent, that the allegations in this C om plaint are true.

N O T IC E O F H EA R IN G

PL E A SE TA K E N O TIC E TH A T on the 14th day of Ju n e, 2011, at 9:00

a.m ., in Jam es C . S and
H earing R oom , 2966 Jack so n
F ederal B uilding, 915

S econd A venue,
S eattle, W ashington, and
on consecutive days thereafter until

concluded, a hearing w ill be conducted before an A dm inistrative Law Judge of the

N ational L abor R elations B oard. A t the hearing, R espondent and any other party to this

proceeding have the right to appear and present testim ony regarding the allegations in

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this com plaint.
T he procedures to be follow ed
at the hearing are described in the

attached Form N L R B -4668. T he procedure to request a postponem ent of the hearing is

described in the attached Form N L R B -4338.

D A TED at S eattle, W ashington, this 2 0 th day of A pril, 2011.

R ichard L .A hearn, R egional D irector

N ational L abor R elations B oard, R egion 19

2948 Jackson F ederal B uilding

915 S econd A venue

S eattle, W ashington 98174-1078

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Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:45 PM

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Re: anybody there???

Exemption 5
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From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.

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Subject: RE: anybody there???

It needs to be shorter

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Garza, Jose

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:36 PM

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Subject: Re: anybody there???

Not at my desk but available by bb e-mail or phone in about 15 when I get off the metro. Thinking through what you sent

over now.

From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.; Garza, Jose

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:34:37 2011

Subject: anybody there???

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

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I like that. It’s short.

Cleeland, Nancy

Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:49 PM

Kearney, Barry J.; Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Farrell, Ellen

RE: anybody there???

Exemption 5

Exemption 5

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Kearney, Barry J.

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:45 PM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Farrell, Ellen

Subject: Re: anybody there???

Exemption 5
Sent from my BlackBerry Wireless Handheld

From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:37:02 2011

Subject: RE: anybody there???

It needs to be shorter

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Garza, Jose

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:36 PM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.

Subject: Re: anybody there???

Not at my desk but available by bb e-mail or phone in about 15 when I get off the metro. Thinking through what you sent

over now.

From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.; Garza, Jose

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:34:37 2011

Subject: anybody there???
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NLRB-FOIA-00004071

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

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Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:52 PM

Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Farrell, Ellen

Re: anybody there???

Mikey likes it

--------------------------

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From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Farrell, Ellen

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:48:31 2011

Subject: RE: anybody there???

I like that. It’s short.

Exemption 5

Exemption 5

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Kearney, Barry J.

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:45 PM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Farrell, Ellen

Subject: Re: anybody there???

Exemption 5
--------------------------

Sent from my BlackBerry Wireless Handheld

From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:37:02 2011

Subject: RE: anybody there???

It needs to be shorter

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Garza, Jose

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:36 PM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.

Subject: Re: anybody there???
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NLRB-FOIA-00004073

Not at my desk but available by bb e-mail or phone in about 15 when I get off the metro. Thinking through what you sent

over now.

From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.; Garza, Jose

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:34:37 2011

Subject: anybody there???

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

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From:

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Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:57 PM

Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Farrell, Ellen

Re: anybody there???

Exemption 5
--------------------------

Sent from my BlackBerry Wireless Handheld

From: Kearney, Barry J.

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Farrell, Ellen

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:51:38 2011

Subject: Re: anybody there???

Mikey likes it

--------------------------

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From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Farrell, Ellen

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:48:31 2011

Subject: RE: anybody there???

I like that. It’s short.

Exemption 5

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Kearney, Barry J.

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:45 PM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Farrell, Ellen

Subject: Re: anybody there???

Exemption 5
--------------------------

Sent from my BlackBerry Wireless Handheld

From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:37:02 2011

Subject: RE: anybody there???

It needs to be shorter

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NLRB-FOIA-00004075

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Garza, Jose

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:36 PM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.

Subject: Re: anybody there???

Not at my desk but available by bb e-mail or phone in about 15 when I get off the metro. Thinking through what you sent

over now.

From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.; Garza, Jose

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:34:37 2011

Subject: anybody there???

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

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Thursday, April 28, 2011 6:00 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.

FW : anybody there???

The other language proposal….

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

Division of Advice, NLRB

202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

From: Kearney, Barry J.

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:57 PM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Farrell, Ellen

Subject: Re: anybody there???

Exemption 5
Sent from my BlackBerry Wireless Handheld

From: Kearney, Barry J.

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Farrell, Ellen

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:51:38 2011

Subject: Re: anybody there???

Mikey likes it

--------------------------

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From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Farrell, Ellen

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:48:31 2011

Subject: RE: anybody there???

I like that. It’s short.

Exemption 5

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Kearney, Barry J.

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:45 PM
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Subject: Re: anybody there???

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From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:37:02 2011

Subject: RE: anybody there???

It needs to be shorter

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Garza, Jose

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:36 PM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.

Subject: Re: anybody there???

Not at my desk but available by bb e-mail or phone in about 15 when I get off the metro. Thinking through what you sent

over now.

From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.; Garza, Jose

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:34:37 2011

Subject: anybody there???

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

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FW : huffingtonpost

The take on Boeing from Huffington Post’s new labor writer:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/05/03/right-to-work-senate-nlrb_n_857021.html

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NLRB Updates

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 2:46 PM

Ferguson, John H.

NLRB issues complaint against Boeing Company for unlawfully transferring work to a non-

union facility

April 20, 2011

Contact:

Office of Public Affairs

202-273-1991

publicinfo@nlrb.gov

www.nlrb.gov

NLRB issues complaint against Boeing Company for unlawfully transferring work to a non-union facility

NLRB Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon today issued a complaint against the Boeing Company alleging

that it violated federal labor law by deciding to transfer a second production line to a non-union facility in South

Carolina for discriminatory reasons.

Boeing announced in 2007 that it planned to assemble seven 787 Dreamliner airplanes per month in the Puget

Sound area of Washington state, where its employees have long been represented by the International

Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers. The company later said that it would create a second

production line to assemble an additional three planes a month to address a growing backlog of orders. In

October 2009, Boeing announced that it would locate that second line at the non-union facility.

In repeated statements to employees and the media, company executives cited the unionized employees’ past

strike activity and the possibility of strikes occurring sometime in the future as the overriding factors in

deciding to locate the second line in the non-union facility.

The NLRB launched an investigation of the transfer of second line work in response to charges filed by the

Machinists union and found reasonable cause to believe that Boeing had violated two sections of the National

Labor Relations Act because its statements were coercive to employees and its actions were motivated by a

desire to retaliate for past strikes and chill future strike activity.

“A worker's right to strike is a fundamental right guaranteed by the National Labor Relations Act,” Mr.

Solomon said. “We also recognize the rights of employers to make business decisions based on their economic

interests, but they must do so within the law. I have worked with the parties to encourage settlement in the hope

of avoiding costly litigation, and my door remains open to that possibility.”

To remedy the alleged unfair labor practices, the Acting General Counsel seeks an order that would require

Boeing to maintain the second production line in Washington state. The complaint does not seek closure of the

South Carolina facility, nor does it prohibit Boeing from assembling planes there.

Absent a settlement between the parties, the next step in the process will be a hearing before an NLRB

administrative law judge in Seattle, set for June 14, at which both parties will have an opportunity to present

evidence and arguments.

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Thursday, April 21, 2011 1:36 PM

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Boeing, Sen. DeMint blast NLRB complaint against non-union facility | Philip Klein | Beltway

Confidential | W ashington Examiner

http://washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential/2011/04/boeing-sen-demint-blast-

nlrb-complaint-against-non-union-facility

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Martin, Andrew

Friday, May 06, 2011 8:21 AM

Abruzzo, Jennifer; Ahearn, Richard L.; Ananthanayagam, Shanti; Arlook, Martin M.;

Baniszewski, Joseph; Barker, Joseph; Becker, Craig; Blyer, Alvin P.; Bonett Jr., Edward J.;

Boren, Dennis R.; Burton, Spence; Carlton, Peter J.; Chester, Robert W .; Christman Jr.,

Thomas J.; Cleeland, Nancy; Colwell, John F.; Cowen, W illiam B.; Dreeben, Linda J.; Eddins-

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Robert F.; Karsh, Aaron; Katz, Judy; Kearney, Barry J.; Kelly, David A.; Kilpatrick, Elizabeth;

Kinard, Martha E.; Krafts, Andrew J.; Lee, Sydney A.; Lennie, Rachel G.; Levin, Nelson;

Levitan, Daniel; Ley, Rhonda; Lieber, Margery E.; Liebman, W ilma B.; Lightner, J. Michael;

Lineback, Rik D.; Martin, David P.; Mattina, Celeste J.; McDermott, James J.; McKinney, M.

Kathleen; Mills, Jacqueline; Moore-Duncan, Dorothy L.; Moran, Gail R.; Morgan, Terry A.;

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Joshua; Saunders, Josh D; Schiff, Robert; Shapiro, Ken; Siegel, Richard A.; Simms, Abby;

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Harold; Yaffe, Deborah; Zick, Lara S.

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Politics Republicans Threaten to Defund National Labor Relations Board Over Boeing Ruling

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NLRB Updates

Monday, May 09, 2011 2:56 PM

Ferguson, John H.

Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon releases statement on Boeing complaint

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Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon releases statement on Boeing complaint

NLRB Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon today responded to inquiries regarding a complaint issued April 20 against the Boeing

Company with the following statement:

“Contrary to certain public statements made in recent weeks, there is nothing remarkable or unprecedented about the complaint issued

against the Boeing Company on April 20. The complaint involves matters of fact and law that are not unique to this case, and it was

issued only after a thorough investigation in the field, a further careful review by our attorneys in Washington, and an invitation by me

to the parties to present their case and discuss the possibility of a settlement. Only then did I authorize the complaint alleging that

certain statements and decisions by Boeing officials were discriminatory under our statute.

It is important to note that the issuance of a complaint is just the beginning of a legal process, which now moves to a hearing before an

administrative law judge. That hearing, scheduled for June 14 in Seattle, is the appropriate time and place to argue the merits of the

complaint. The judge’s decision can further be appealed to the Board, and ultimately to the federal courts. At any point in this process,

the parties could reach a settlement agreement and we remain willing to participate in any such discussions at the request of either or

both parties. We hope all interested parties respect the legal process, rather than trying to litigate this case in the media and public

arena.”

Mr. Solomon made the same point today in a brief written response to a letter received earlier this month from Boeing General Counsel

J. Michael Luttig.

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NLRB-FOIA-00004085

Microsoft Outlook

Pomerantz, Anne

Tuesday, April 26, 2011 11:19 AM

Ahearn, Richard L.; Anzalone, Mara-Louise; Finch, Peter G.

Re: seattletimes.com: Boeing still struggling with 787

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Nice editorial on us in nyt today.

Sent from my magical word transmission machine. Pardon the inevitable typos.

----- Reply message -----

From: "Ahearn, Richard L." <Richard.Ahearn@nlrb.gov>

Date: Tue, Apr 26, 2011 8:11 am

Subject: seattletimes.com: Boeing still struggling with 787

To: "Pomerantz, Anne" <Anne.Pomerantz@nlrb.gov>, "Anzalone, Mara-Louise" <Mara-

Louise.anzalone@nlrb.gov>, "Finch, Peter G." <Peter.Finch@nlrb.gov>, "Jablonski, Colleen G."

<Colleen.Jablonski@nlrb.gov>, "Todd, Dianne" <Dianne.Todd@nlrb.gov>

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Boeing still struggling with 787

While Boeing may meet its deadline to deliver the first 787 to All Nippon Airways of Japan before Sept. 30, the production pace

projected for 2011 appears out of reach.

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/businesstechnology/2014875561_boeing26.html

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1

NLRB-FOIA-00004086

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Garza, Jose

Tuesday, March 08, 2011 9:42 AM

Solomon, Lafe E.

Murray and Graham Bios

Good morning Lafe,

As we discussed yesterday, I am putting together bios for you and a few other facts for your meetings tomorrow. I believe

you mentioned that Ms. Murray might be interested in a Lockheed Martin contract? Is that correct? I apologize – I could

not remember which company you named and I have been unable to information on the issue.

I will run the backgrounders by Bob and get you something this afternoon. Thanks!

Jose P. Garza

Special Counsel for

Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs

National Labor Relations Board

202-273-0013

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004087

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

W agner, Anthony R.

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570

anthony.wagner@nlrb.gov | 202-273-0187 | cell: 202-375-9791

nlrb.gov | m.nlrb.gov | facebook.com/NLRBpage | @nlrb

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004088

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Solomon, Lafe E.

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 1:54 PM

W agner, Anthony R.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

RE: And now Boeing's

Interesting use of question marks in the last sentence.

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570

anthony.wagner@nlrb.gov | 202-273-0187 | cell: 202-375-9791

nlrb.gov | m.nlrb.gov | facebook.com/NLRBpage | @nlrb

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004089

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Cleeland, Nancy

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 1:55 PM

W agner, Anthony R.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.

RE: And now Boeing's

Union officials have been pressing the NLRB for more than a year to bring forward the complaint and force Boeing to

abandon plans to produce three 787 airplanes per month in the company's new North Charleston, S.C., factory and

build them instead in Puget Sound. With today's action by the NLRB's acting general counsel, the board now will begin

a formal proceeding to hear the IAM's allegations.

Boeing also was critical of the timing of the complaint, which comes a full 17 months after the company announced

plans to expand its manufacturing capacity in the United States in South Carolina. Construction of the factory is

nearly complete and the company has hired more than 1,000 new workers. Final assembly of the first airplane is

slated to begin in July.

Their wording makes it sounds as if we’re just beginning to look into the charge, as opposed to completing an

investigation.

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570

anthony.wagner@nlrb.gov | 202-273-0187 | cell: 202-375-9791

nlrb.gov | m.nlrb.gov | facebook.com/NLRBpage | @nlrb

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004090

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

W agner, Anthony R.

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 1:56 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

RE: And now Boeing's

Yes – they probably pasted from MS Word. I suspect they were meant to be quotation marks.

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:54 PM

To: Wagner, Anthony R.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Interesting use of question marks in the last sentence.

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570

anthony.wagner@nlrb.gov | 202-273-0187 | cell: 202-375-9791

nlrb.gov | m.nlrb.gov | facebook.com/NLRBpage | @nlrb

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004091

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Cleeland, Nancy

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 1:57 PM

W agner, Anthony R.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose

RE: And now Boeing's

Or dashes

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:56 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Yes – they probably pasted from MS Word. I suspect they were meant to be quotation marks.

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:54 PM

To: Wagner, Anthony R.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Interesting use of question marks in the last sentence.

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570

anthony.wagner@nlrb.gov | 202-273-0187 | cell: 202-375-9791

nlrb.gov | m.nlrb.gov | facebook.com/NLRBpage | @nlrb

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004092

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Solomon, Lafe E.

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 1:58 PM

Cleeland, Nancy; W agner, Anthony R.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.; Kearney, Barry J.;

Sophir, Jayme

RE: And now Boeing's

I’m curious about their being critical of the timing of the complaint. Are they suggesting that we “dragged our feet” for

some nefarious purpose.

From: Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:55 PM

To: Wagner, Anthony R.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Union officials have been pressing the NLRB for more than a year to bring forward the complaint and force Boeing to

abandon plans to produce three 787 airplanes per month in the company's new North Charleston, S.C., factory and

build them instead in Puget Sound. With today's action by the NLRB's acting general counsel, the board now will begin

a formal proceeding to hear the IAM's allegations.

Boeing also was critical of the timing of the complaint, which comes a full 17 months after the company announced

plans to expand its manufacturing capacity in the United States in South Carolina. Construction of the factory is

nearly complete and the company has hired more than 1,000 new workers. Final assembly of the first airplane is

slated to begin in July.

Their wording makes it sounds as if we’re just beginning to look into the charge, as opposed to completing an

investigation.

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570

anthony.wagner@nlrb.gov | 202-273-0187 | cell: 202-375-9791

nlrb.gov | m.nlrb.gov | facebook.com/NLRBpage | @nlrb

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004093

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

W agner, Anthony R.

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 2:01 PM

Cleeland, Nancy; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.

RE: And now Boeing's

Nancy has the right answer. The original is now available from Boeing and has dashes:

http://boeing.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&item=1714

From: Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:57 PM

To: Wagner, Anthony R.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Or dashes

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:56 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Yes – they probably pasted from MS Word. I suspect they were meant to be quotation marks.

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:54 PM

To: Wagner, Anthony R.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Interesting use of question marks in the last sentence.

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570
1

NLRB-FOIA-00004094

anthony.wagner@nlrb.gov | 202-273-0187 | cell: 202-375-9791

nlrb.gov | m.nlrb.gov | facebook.com/NLRBpage | @nlrb

2

NLRB-FOIA-00004095

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Ahearn, Richard L.

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 2:10 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; W agner, Anthony R.; Garza, Jose; Kearney, Barry J.;

Sophir, Jayme

RE: And now Boeing's

Or that the requested remedy would now be so onerous after massive investment.

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 10:58 AM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Wagner, Anthony R.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.; Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

I’m curious about their being critical of the timing of the complaint. Are they suggesting that we “dragged our feet” for

some nefarious purpose.

From: Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:55 PM

To: Wagner, Anthony R.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Union officials have been pressing the NLRB for more than a year to bring forward the complaint and force Boeing to

abandon plans to produce three 787 airplanes per month in the company's new North Charleston, S.C., factory and

build them instead in Puget Sound. With today's action by the NLRB's acting general counsel, the board now will begin

a formal proceeding to hear the IAM's allegations.

Boeing also was critical of the timing of the complaint, which comes a full 17 months after the company announced

plans to expand its manufacturing capacity in the United States in South Carolina. Construction of the factory is

nearly complete and the company has hired more than 1,000 new workers. Final assembly of the first airplane is

slated to begin in July.

Their wording makes it sounds as if we’re just beginning to look into the charge, as opposed to completing an

investigation.

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs
1

NLRB-FOIA-00004096

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570

anthony.wagner@nlrb.gov | 202-273-0187 | cell: 202-375-9791

nlrb.gov | m.nlrb.gov | facebook.com/NLRBpage | @nlrb

2

NLRB-FOIA-00004097

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

W agner, Anthony R.

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 2:18 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose; Kearney, Barry J.;

Sophir, Jayme

RE: And now Boeing's

This is the first news report I’ve seen. The Herald fin Everett, W A

http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20110420/biz/704209828/-1/rss03

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 2:10 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Wagner, Anthony R.; Garza, Jose; Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Or that the requested remedy would now be so onerous after massive investment.

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 10:58 AM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Wagner, Anthony R.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.; Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

I’m curious about their being critical of the timing of the complaint. Are they suggesting that we “dragged our feet” for

some nefarious purpose.

From: Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:55 PM

To: Wagner, Anthony R.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Union officials have been pressing the NLRB for more than a year to bring forward the complaint and force Boeing to

abandon plans to produce three 787 airplanes per month in the company's new North Charleston, S.C., factory and

build them instead in Puget Sound. With today's action by the NLRB's acting general counsel, the board now will begin

a formal proceeding to hear the IAM's allegations.

Boeing also was critical of the timing of the complaint, which comes a full 17 months after the company announced

plans to expand its manufacturing capacity in the United States in South Carolina. Construction of the factory is

nearly complete and the company has hired more than 1,000 new workers. Final assembly of the first airplane is

slated to begin in July.

Their wording makes it sounds as if we’re just beginning to look into the charge, as opposed to completing an

investigation.

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004098

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570

anthony.wagner@nlrb.gov | 202-273-0187 | cell: 202-375-9791

nlrb.gov | m.nlrb.gov | facebook.com/NLRBpage | @nlrb

2

NLRB-FOIA-00004099

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Liebman, W ilma B.

Thursday, April 28, 2011 8:17 AM

Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose; Schiff, Robert; Colwell, John F.; Solomon, Lafe E.

FW : Obama's NLRB Declares W ar on Job Creators

Subject: Obama's NLRB Declares War on Job Creators

Dear Subscriber,

President Obama's National Labor Relations Board

(NLRB) filed a

complaint recently over Boeing's plans to open a second plant in South Carolina, a "right-to-

work" state, instead of expanding its operations in Puget Sound, Washington, where its

workers are unionized. The new South Carolina facility is for the production of the company's

787 Dreamliner plane.

TAKE ACTION. Tell your legislator to reject the NLRB bailout!

Boeing's Washington workers belong to the International Association of

Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM). The IAM went on strike four times since 1989, costing

Boeing at least

$1.8 billion in revenue. The new plant in South Carolina would be non-union.

The NLRB is declaring war on job creators and killing jobs!

Why in the world would an agency that's charged with addressing disputes

between employers and employees in the private sector concern itself with a company building

a supplemental facility anywhere in the country? Because, the NLRB believes Boeing acted out

"anti-union animus" in building the facility and creating jobs in a right-to-work state.

The government agency decided nearly two years after the fact that

Boeing's actions were retaliation for the IAM's repeated shut downs of commercial aircraft

production, including a strike lasting almost 60 days costing billions.

You can help.

Tell your legislators that Federal bureaucrats shouldn't be telling

private companies how to run their businesses. It's time to take a stand for American

businesses and workers.

Sincerely,

Katie Gage

Executive Director

Workforce Fairness Institute

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004100

Microsoft Outlook

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Cleeland, Nancy

Thursday, April 28, 2011 12:43 PM

Liebman, W ilma B.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Schiff, Robert

from cnn - state of the union - producer

Hi – I got this message just now from the executive producer at CNN’s State of the Union Sunday show (Candy Crowley).

I wanted you to be aware that they are trying to get a response from the WH since Graham raised the issue.
Exemption 5

They’re also checking up with Boeing on our statement that we did not

tell them they can’t build planes in South Carolina.

Nancy,

We clearly will do something on Sunday. We knew that Sen. Graham’s statement wasn’t going to be the last word. His

direct shot is at the White House whom we are still asking for a response. We’re talking to Boeing and Sen. Graham’s

office as well. I will get back with you before the end of business Friday to let you know where things stand and can

probably avoid messing up your weekend.

Tom

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004101

Microsoft Outlook

Liebman, W ilma B.

Thursday, April 28, 2011 12:53 PM

Cleeland, Nancy; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Schiff, Robert

RE: from cnn - state of the union - producer

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Exemption 5

From: Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 12:43 PM

To: Liebman, Wilma B.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Schiff, Robert

Subject: from cnn - state of the union - producer

Hi – I got this message just now from the executive producer at CNN’s State of the Union Sunday show (Candy Crowley).

I wanted you to be aware that they are trying to get a response from the WH since Graham raised the issue.
Exemption 5

They’re also checking up with Boeing on our statement that we did not

tell them they can’t build planes in South Carolina.

Nancy,

We clearly will do something on Sunday. We knew that Sen. Graham’s statement wasn’t going to be the last word. His

direct shot is at the White House whom we are still asking for a response. We’re talking to Boeing and Sen. Graham’s

office as well. I will get back with you before the end of business Friday to let you know where things stand and can

probably avoid messing up your weekend.

Tom

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004102

Microsoft Outlook

Liebman, W ilma B.

Thursday, April 28, 2011 12:54 PM

Cleeland, Nancy; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Schiff, Robert

RE: from cnn - state of the union - producer

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Exemption 5

From: Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 12:43 PM

To: Liebman, Wilma B.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Schiff, Robert

Subject: from cnn - state of the union - producer

Hi – I got this message just now from the executive producer at CNN’s State of the Union Sunday show (Candy Crowley).

I wanted you to be aware that they are trying to get a response from the WH since Graham raised the issue.
Exemption 5

They’re also checking up with Boeing on our statement that we did not

tell them they can’t build planes in South Carolina.

Nancy,

We clearly will do something on Sunday. We knew that Sen. Graham’s statement wasn’t going to be the last word. His

direct shot is at the White House whom we are still asking for a response. We’re talking to Boeing and Sen. Graham’s

office as well. I will get back with you before the end of business Friday to let you know where things stand and can

probably avoid messing up your weekend.

Tom

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004103

Microsoft Outlook

Schiff, Robert

Thursday, April 28, 2011 12:58 PM

Liebman, W ilma B.; Cleeland, Nancy; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose

RE: from cnn - state of the union - producer

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Exemption 5

From: Liebman, Wilma B.

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 12:53 PM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Schiff, Robert

Subject: RE: from cnn - state of the union - producer

Exemption 5

From: Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 12:43 PM

To: Liebman, Wilma B.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Schiff, Robert

Subject: from cnn - state of the union - producer

Hi – I got this message just now from the executive producer at CNN’s State of the Union Sunday show (Candy Crowley).

I wanted you to be aware that they are trying to get a response from the WH since Graham raised the issue.
Exemption 5

They’re also checking up with Boeing on our statement that we did not

tell them they can’t build planes in South Carolina.

Nancy,

We clearly will do something on Sunday. We knew that Sen. Graham’s statement wasn’t going to be the last word. His

direct shot is at the White House whom we are still asking for a response. We’re talking to Boeing and Sen. Graham’s

office as well. I will get back with you before the end of business Friday to let you know where things stand and can

probably avoid messing up your weekend.

Tom

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004104

Microsoft Outlook

Garza, Jose

Thursday, April 28, 2011 1:09 PM

Schiff, Robert; Liebman, W ilma B.; Cleeland, Nancy; Solomon, Lafe E.

RE: from cnn - state of the union - producer

From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Exemption 5

From: Schiff, Robert

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 12:58 PM

To: Liebman, Wilma B.; Cleeland, Nancy; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose

Subject: RE: from cnn - state of the union - producer

Exemption 5

From: Liebman, Wilma B.

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 12:53 PM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Schiff, Robert

Subject: RE: from cnn - state of the union - producer

Exemption 5

From: Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 12:43 PM

To: Liebman, Wilma B.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Schiff, Robert

Subject: from cnn - state of the union - producer

Hi – I got this message just now from the executive producer at CNN’s State of the Union Sunday show (Candy Crowley).

I wanted you to be aware that they are trying to get a response from the WH since Graham raised the issue.
Exemption 5

They’re also checking up with Boeing on our statement that we did not

tell them they can’t build planes in South Carolina.

Nancy,

We clearly will do something on Sunday. We knew that Sen. Graham’s statement wasn’t going to be the last word. His

direct shot is at the White House whom we are still asking for a response. We’re talking to Boeing and Sen. Graham’s

office as well. I will get back with you before the end of business Friday to let you know where things stand and can

probably avoid messing up your weekend.

Tom

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

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anybody there???

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over now.

From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.; Garza, Jose

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:34:37 2011

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RE: anybody there???

It needs to be shorter

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

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From: Garza, Jose

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:36 PM

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Subject: Re: anybody there???

Not at my desk but available by bb e-mail or phone in about 15 when I get off the metro. Thinking through what you sent

over now.

From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.; Garza, Jose

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:34:37 2011

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Tuesday, June 07, 2011 5:57 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose

boeing ribbon cutting at new sc plant friday

A reporter is telling me, gov. haley will be there…this is a month earlier than they originally said.

Nancy Cleeland

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FW : Post & Courier on Boeing

Boeing ribbon cutting this friday

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

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nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Rosen, James [mailto:jrosen@mcclatchydc.com]

Sent: Tuesday, June 07, 2011 5:57 PM

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Subject: Post & Courier on Boeing

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Hickey, Daniel; Dunn, Sara C.; Jablonski, Colleen G.; Kim, Angelie C.; Kobe, James; Sand,

Shelley; Snyder, Michael J.; Todd, Dianne

Little, Janet C

6JULY10 Case status (2).xls

Attached is the updated case status.

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ASA

Region 19 - Seattle

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Boeing Company

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5/14/2010 Seattle

7/24/2010 Obtaining CP evidence - CP tardy

in producing. W orking with

Librarian Andrew Martin. Met with

R&A for preliminary take. D

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cases. Disc 8-1&3. Advice

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Jablonski, Colleen G.

seattletimes.com: Boeing talks up future in Puget Sound region

This message was sent to you by

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Boeing talks up future in Puget Sound region

Top Boeing executives at the Farnborough Air Show offered encouraging words Monday about the

future prospects for designing and building airplanes in the Puget Sound region.

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FW : seattletimes.com: Boeing talks up future in Puget Sound region

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future prospects for designing and building airplanes in the Puget Sound region.

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Greetings,

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Thursday, August 05, 2010 3:15 PM

ML-R19-Supervisors (R)

FW : Overarching Goal #2: Percentage of C Cases Closing W ithin 120 Days

Open C Cases as of August 4, 2010.xls; Open C Cases as of August 4, 2010 Portland.xls

Please take a look at the attachments; I’d like to meet this pm (2 OK?) to discuss strategies to meet the 120

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W ednesday, August 25, 2010 7:12 PM

Todd, Dianne; Pomerantz, Anne; Kobe, James; Jones, Elan J.; Feller, Rachel

Rooker, Karen; Ahearn, Richard L.

boeing agenda

Boeing agenda is hereby (with RD’s permission) scheduled for 10 am on Thursday.

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Ahearn, Richard L.; Estep, Susan C.

Todd, Dianne; Lundgren, Cynthia A; Pomerantz, Anne

FW : Boeing Company, Case 19-CA-32431

Rich, Are you doing a blue slip or do you want me to do it? The final agenda was on August 26. Th, C

Sue, Dianne is working with Cynthia and Anne to get the files to advice – it will likely happen next week. Anne has been in

communications with Advice about it. I think the plan is to keep (or send) a complete duplicate as opposed to a dummy

file. I’ll ask that they keep you in the loop. Th, C

From: Estep, Susan C.

Sent: Friday, September 03, 2010 8:47 AM

To: Jablonski, Colleen G.; Todd, Dianne

Subject: Boeing Company, Case 19-CA-32431

I verified w/Kobe that a Request for Advice issued in the above case on 8/31/10. I assumed that an oral agenda was held

on 8/31/10, but have never seen a completed blue slip as of 9/3. Nevertheless, I posted info in CATS so it would not show

up on our Overage Case Report. I will also eventually need a dummy file and a copy of the Request for Advice. I saw

Dianne Todd discussing the matter w/Mary, so it may be in the works. I also need to know what date the case file was

forwarded to Advice so I can enter that, too, in CATS.

Susan C. Estep, Secretary to the Regional Director

NLRB, Region 19, Seattle

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Friday, September 03, 2010 2:31 PM

Jablonski, Colleen G.

RE: Boeing Company, Case 19-CA-32431

I can do it.

Thx.

R

From: Jablonski, Colleen G.

Sent: Friday, September 03, 2010 10:52 AM

To: Ahearn, Richard L.; Estep, Susan C.

Cc: Todd, Dianne; Lundgren, Cynthia A; Pomerantz, Anne

Subject: FW: Boeing Company, Case 19-CA-32431

Rich, Are you doing a blue slip or do you want me to do it? The final agenda was on August 26. Th, C

Sue, Dianne is working with Cynthia and Anne to get the files to advice – it will likely happen next week. Anne has been in

communications with Advice about it. I think the plan is to keep (or send) a complete duplicate as opposed to a dummy

file. I’ll ask that they keep you in the loop. Th, C

From: Estep, Susan C.

Sent: Friday, September 03, 2010 8:47 AM

To: Jablonski, Colleen G.; Todd, Dianne

Subject: Boeing Company, Case 19-CA-32431

I verified w/Kobe that a Request for Advice issued in the above case on 8/31/10. I assumed that an oral agenda was held

on 8/31/10, but have never seen a completed blue slip as of 9/3. Nevertheless, I posted info in CATS so it would not show

up on our Overage Case Report. I will also eventually need a dummy file and a copy of the Request for Advice. I saw

Dianne Todd discussing the matter w/Mary, so it may be in the works. I also need to know what date the case file was

forwarded to Advice so I can enter that, too, in CATS.

Susan C. Estep, Secretary to the Regional Director

NLRB, Region 19, Seattle

206.220.6333; FAX 206. 220.6305

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Todd, Dianne

Friday, December 03, 2010 5:25 PM

Jablonski, Colleen G.; Ahearn, Richard L.

FW : IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

2010 12_03 Ltr to Todd.pdf

From:

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Attachments:

Rich,

Attached are

E 5 & 7(A) deliberative & open case/harm

E 5 & 7(A) deliberative & open case/harm

Would you like to meet to discuss?

Thanks,

Dianne

From: Jude Bryan [mailto:bryan@workerlaw.com]

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 2:08 PM

To: Todd, Dianne

Cc:

E 6 privacy

;

E 6 privacy

;

E 6 privacy

;

E 6 privacy

; David Campbell; Carson

Glickman-Flora

Subject: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Ms. Todd,

Attached is David Campbell’s response to your request for additional information.

Jude Bryan, Paralegal | Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt LLP | 18 West Mercer Street, Ste. 400, Seattle, WA 98119-3971; Phone:

206.285.2828 Ext. 21; Fax: 206-378-4132 | www.workerlaw.com

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Friday, December 03, 2010 7:16 PM

Todd, Dianne; Jablonski, Colleen G.

RE: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Monday?

From: Todd, Dianne

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 2:25 PM

To: Jablonski, Colleen G.; Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: FW: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Rich,

Attached are

Exemption 7(A)

. Would you like to meet to discuss?

Thanks,

Dianne

From: Jude Bryan [mailto:bryan@workerlaw.com]

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 2:08 PM

To: Todd, Dianne

Cc:

; David Campbell; Carson

Exemption 7(A)

Glickman-Flora

Subject: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Ms. Todd,

Attached is David Campbell’s response to your request for additional information.

Jude Bryan, Paralegal | Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt LLP | 18 West Mercer Street, Ste. 400, Seattle, WA 98119-3971; Phone:

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Thursday, December 09, 2010 1:04 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.; Jablonski, Colleen G.

SC News Article re Boeing and union organizing in SC

An interesting read…

From: David Campbell [mailto:campbell@workerlaw.com]

Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2010 9:36 AM

To: Todd, Dianne

Cc: Carson Glickman-Flora; Jude Bryan; Corson Christopher

Subject: SC News Article

http://www.wistv.com/Global/story.asp?S=13636166

Thanks, Dave

Sincerely, David Campbell

campbell@workerlaw.com

Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt

18 W Mercer Suite 400

Seattle, W ashington 98119-3971

Phone (206)285-2828: FAX (206)378-4132

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Friday, December 10, 2010 11:57 AM

Todd, Dianne; Jablonski, Colleen G.; Pomerantz, Anne; Kobe, James

Boeing

10 am to review Boeing’s response?

OK?

Many thanks.

Rich

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Friday, December 10, 2010 12:35 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.; Todd, Dianne; Pomerantz, Anne; Kobe, James

RE: Boeing

Sounds good.

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Friday, December 10, 2010 8:57 AM

To: Todd, Dianne; Jablonski, Colleen G.; Pomerantz, Anne; Kobe, James

Subject: Boeing

10 am to review Boeing’s response?

OK?

Many thanks.

Rich

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Ahearn, Richard L.

Friday, December 10, 2010 12:56 PM

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RE: Boeing

From:

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OK

From: Todd, Dianne

Sent: Friday, December 10, 2010 9:35 AM

To: Ahearn, Richard L.; Jablonski, Colleen G.; Pomerantz, Anne; Kobe, James

Subject: RE: Boeing

I have a

E 6 privacy

at 10 – can we do 11:15?

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Friday, December 10, 2010 8:57 AM

To: Todd, Dianne; Jablonski, Colleen G.; Pomerantz, Anne; Kobe, James

Subject: Boeing

10 am to review Boeing’s response?

OK?

Many thanks.

Rich

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Saturday, December 11, 2010 2:28 PM

Kearney, Barry J.; Farrell, Ellen; Mattina, Celeste J.; Todd, Dianne; Jablonski, Colleen G.

Fw: An article from www.thestate.com

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Another!

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Sent: Sat Dec 11 14:17:11 2010

Subject: An article from www.thestate.com

E 6 privacy

has sent you the following story:

Posted on Thursday, Dec. 09, 2010

Union opponent tapped for labor chief

By JOHN O’CONNOR

Gov.-elect Nikki Haley has moved to protect Boeing Co., the state’s recently arrived aerospace giant, nominating a

union-fighting attorney to head the agency that oversees business licensing, professional boards and the labor law

enforcement.

Haley said she chose Charleston attorney Catherine Templeton — whose Ogletree Deakins bio lists “union avoidance”

as a specialty — as director of the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation to prevent organized labor from

gaining a foothold in the 787 Dreamliner plant now under construction. Boeing executives said South Carolina’s anti-

union history was a key factor in their decision to open a new plant outside their long-time home in the Seattle area.

“I think we’re going to have a union fight as we go forward with Boeing,” Haley said in announcing Templeton’s

nomination.

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Friday, May 20, 2011 5:03 PM

ML-R19-Everyone (R); ML-RES-POR-Everyone (R)

FW : Legal News FYI addendum

From: Martin, Andrew

Sent: Friday, May 20, 2011 1:36 PM

To: Abruzzo, Jennifer; Ahearn, Richard L.; Ananthanayagam, Shanti; Arlook, Martin M.; Baniszewski, Joseph; Barker,

Joseph; Becker, Craig; Blyer, Alvin P.; Bonett Jr., Edward J.; Boren, Dennis R.; Burton, Spence; Carlton, Peter J.; Chester,

Robert W.; Christman Jr., Thomas J.; Cleeland, Nancy; Colwell, John F.; Cowen, William B.; Dreeben, Linda J.; Eddins-

Hill, Rosalind Elaine; Englehart, Bob; Farrell, Ellen; Fedorova, Ioulia; Ferguson, John H.; Fies-Keller, Cara L.; Figueroa,

Marta; Flynn, Terence F.; Franklin, Kirk; Garza, Jose; Glasser, Stephen M.; Gold, Wayne R.; Goldstein, Dawn; Gottschalk,

Irving E.; Graham, David; Grant, Regina; Griffin, Jill; Guest, Matt; Habenstreit, David; Hankins, Raymond; Hayes, Brian;

Heinzmann, Kym; HELTZER, LES (Hdqs); Hirozawa, Kent; Hollo, Elana R.; Hooks, Ronald K.; Howard, Deidran; Hoyte,

Joan E.; Jacob, Fred B.; James, Kathleen; Jones, Harry; Joseph, Gloria; Kane, Robert F.; Karsh, Aaron; Katz, Judy;

Kearney, Barry J.; Kelly, David A.; Kilpatrick, Elizabeth; Kinard, Martha E.; Krafts, Andrew J.; Lee, Sydney A.; Lennie,

Rachel G.; Levin, Nelson; Levitan, Daniel; Ley, Rhonda; Lieber, Margery E.; Liebman, Wilma B.; Lightner, J. Michael;

Lineback, Rik D.; Martin, David P.; Mattina, Celeste J.; McDermott, James J.; McKinney, M. Kathleen; Mills, Jacqueline;

Moore-Duncan, Dorothy L.; Moran, Gail R.; Morgan, Terry A.; Murphy, James R.; Ohr, Peter S.; Osthus, Marlin O.;

Overstreet, Cornele; Pearce, Mark G.; Purcell, Anne G.; Reynolds, Vanita S.; Rivchin, Julie Y.; Robinson, Miles A;

Rosenberg, Joshua; Saunders, Josh D; Schiff, Robert; Shapiro, Ken; Siegel, Richard A.; Simms, Abby; Smith, Barry F.;

Solomon, Lafe E.; Sophir, Jayme; Spector, Jennifer R.; Tellem, Elbert F.; Tendrich, Robert; Thompson, Scott C.; Tuli,

Manisha E.; Wagner, Anthony R.; Williams, Harold; Yaffe, Deborah; Zick, Lara S.

Subject: Legal News FYI addendum

Right wing flies off course on Boeing controversy

The Hill – 05/20/11 11:19 –

Words matched: Labor Relations, NLRA, National Labor Relations Act

Right-wing pundits and politicians have been in rare form over the past few weeks, with the National Labor Relations Board’s complaint

against Boeing serving as a catalyst for their ramped up attack on workers’ rights.

...in rare form over the past few weeks, with the National Labor Relations Board s complaint against Boeing serving as a catalyst for

their ramped ...

Andrew Martin

Librarian (Law)

National Labor Relations Board

1099 14th Street NW

Suite 800

Washington, DC 20570

(202) 273-3724

(202) 273-2906 fax

andrew.martin@nlrb.gov

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Subject:

Updated: Boeing Company - Case 19-CA-32431;

Location:

General Counsel's Office

Start:

End:

Mon 10/18/2010 2:00 PM

Mon 10/18/2010 3:30 PM

Recurrence:

(none)

Meeting Status:

Accepted

Required Attendees:

Bush, Lynn; Kearney, Barry J.; Farrell, Ellen; Szapiro, Miriam; W illen, Debra L; Baniszewski,

Joseph; Sophir, Jayme; Havard, Fred C.; Marx, Eric C.; Compton, Kayce R.; Katz, Judy;

Omberg, Bob; Tursell, Beth

non-responsive

When: Monday, October 18, 2010 2:00 PM-3:00 PM (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada).

Where: General Counsel's Office

*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*

General Counsel Agenda!!

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Katz, Judy

Thursday, October 28, 2010 9:14 AM

W illen, Debra L

Szapiro, Miriam; Omberg, Bob

RE: save the date -- Boeing

From:

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Subject:

Exemption 6

So, I’ll get an update when I return.

From: Willen, Debra L

Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2010 8:22 AM

To: Omberg, Bob; Katz, Judy

Cc: Szapiro, Miriam

Subject: save the date -- Boeing

Boeing’s counsel has scheduled a meeting with Advice for Wednesday, November 10.

We are looking at November 29 and 30 as the potential dates for their meeting with the General Counsel.

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Read: 10/28/2010 9:18 AM

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Canas, Heather

Thursday, December 09, 2010 2:02 PM

Katz, Judy

RE: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Judy,

What file would this go in?

Thanks.

Heather

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From: Katz, Judy

Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2010 10:02 AM

To: Canas, Heather

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Would you print me a copy and one for the file (double sided if possible).

Thanks.

-----Original Message-----

From: Willen, Debra L

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 1:25 PM

To: Katz, Judy; Omberg, Bob

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

________________________________________

From: Sophir, Jayme

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 12:24 PM

To: Willen, Debra L; Szapiro, Miriam

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

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From: Farrell, Ellen

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 12:18 PM

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme; Colangelo, David (Advice); Marx, Eric C.

Cc: Solomon, Lafe E.; Mattina, Celeste J.

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Did I miss anyone?

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

Division of Advice, NLRB

202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

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From: Kilberg P.C., William [mailto:WKilberg@gibsondunn.com]

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Cc: Baumeister, Bryan H; Clarke, Joan C; Gerry, Brett C; rhankins@mckennalong.com; McGill,

Matthew D.; Blankenstein, Paul; Martin, Christopher J.

Subject: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ellen:

As promised.

Best,

Bill

William J. Kilberg

GIBSON DUNN

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

1050 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20036-5306

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Katz, Judy

Monday, December 13, 2010 10:39 AM

Canas, Heather

RE: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Just opened this e-mail!

It goes in the Boeing file, Region 19.

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From: Canas, Heather

Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2010 2:02 PM

To: Katz, Judy

Subject: RE: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Judy,

What file would this go in?

Thanks.

Heather

-----Original Message-----

From: Katz, Judy

Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2010 10:02 AM

To: Canas, Heather

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Would you print me a copy and one for the file (double sided if possible).

Thanks.

-----Original Message-----

From: Willen, Debra L

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 1:25 PM

To: Katz, Judy; Omberg, Bob

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

________________________________________

From: Sophir, Jayme

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 12:24 PM

To: Willen, Debra L; Szapiro, Miriam

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

________________________________

From: Farrell, Ellen

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 12:18 PM

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme; Colangelo, David (Advice); Marx, Eric C.

Cc: Solomon, Lafe E.; Mattina, Celeste J.

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Did I miss anyone?

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

Division of Advice, NLRB
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202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

________________________________

From: Kilberg P.C., William [mailto:WKilberg@gibsondunn.com]

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 10:48 AM

To: Farrell, Ellen

Cc: Baumeister, Bryan H; Clarke, Joan C; Gerry, Brett C; rhankins@mckennalong.com; McGill,

Matthew D.; Blankenstein, Paul; Martin, Christopher J.

Subject: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ellen:

As promised.

Best,

Bill

William J. Kilberg

GIBSON DUNN

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

1050 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20036-5306 Tel +1 202.955.8573 • Fax +1

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Katz, Judy

Monday, December 20, 2010 10:11 AM

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FW : seattletimes.com: Dreamliner's woes pile up

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Dreamliner's woes pile up

As Boeing prepares to announce yet another delay for the 787 Dreamliner — at least three

months, possibly six or more — the crucial jet program is in even worse shape than it

appears.

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Sunday, June 19, 2011 9:41 AM

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seattletimes.com: Boeing exec: Charleston 787 plant could match Everett someday

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Boeing supply-chain chief Ray Conner is bullish about the future of the second 787 Dreamliner

assembly site in North Charleston, S.C.

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W ednesday, July 13, 2011 8:46 AM

Solomon, Lafe E.; Mattina, Celeste J.; Garza, Jose; Cleeland, Nancy; Kearney, Barry J.

chicago tribune article this morning

Associated Press

6:24 a.m. CDT, July 13, 2011

The chairman of a congressional committee investigating the ongoing labor dispute over a South

Carolina Boeing plant is prepared to use subpoenas to force labor officials to hand over documents

from their investigation, according to a letter sent Tuesday to the National Labor Relations Board's

chief attorney.

In the letter to NLRB general counsel Lafe Solomon, Republican U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa of California

argues that Congress has the right to supersede attorney-client privilege in gathering information

about the communications between the NLRB and Boeing, as well as the union that represents Boeing

workers in Washington state.

The NLRB sued Chicago-based Boeing Co. in April, saying the aeronautics giant illegally retaliated

against unionized Washington state workers when it opened a 787 passenger jet manufacturing line in

South Carolina, a right-to-work state.

Boeing already makes the planes in the Seattle area, and the company hopes more than 1,000 non-union

workers will eventually build three of the aircraft per month at the $750 million South Carolina plant, the

largest industrial investment in the state's history.

Specifically, Issa asks Solomon to turn over his office's communications about the Boeing case, including

any messages with NLRB officials other federal agencies or members of Congress.

Issa says he also wants emails and call logs between the NLRB and Boeing, as well as NLRB's

communications with the International Association of Machinists, the union that operates at Boeing's

Washington state facilities.

“Attorney-client privilege is a judicially-developed policy intended to foster client confidence and

encourage full disclosure to an attorney in anticipation of an adversarial setting,” Issa wrote. “However,

the need to protect this interest in an investigative setting where a congressional committee is not

adjudicating the liberty or property interests of a witness is less compelling. … Therefore, attorney-client

privilege claims can be overcome by Congress.”

Issa gives Solomon until July 26 to turn over the records or face a possible subpoena. An NLRB

spokeswoman declined to comment on the request, and Solomon has said in previous communications to

Issa that releasing some documents related to the case would compromise the case.

The labor case could drag on for years, and a Seattle judge has begun hearing arguments. Boeing has

denied the charge, saying it opened the South Carolina plant for valid economic reasons. Last month, a

federal judge handed NLRB an early victory, denying Boeing's request to toss the lawsuit.

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In previous communications to Issa, Solomon has said he wouldn't turn over some documents, citing

attorney-client privilege. Solomon initially resisted appearing when Issa brought his U.S. House

Committee on Oversight and Government Reform to South Carolina for a field hearing last month, citing

the ongoing legal case, but eventually relented and testified before the panel.

The lawsuit against Boeing has drawn outrage from Republicans who claim it interferes with the right of

company managers to choose where and how to expand business operations. South Carolina Gov. Nikki

Haley, a persistent union critic, has asked GOP presidential hopefuls stumping in the state — home to the

first-in-the-South Republican primary — to weigh in on the dispute.

Haley has also called on President Barack Obama to tell the NLRB to back off. Obama, who has declined to

criticize or openly support the actions of the NLRB, an independent federal agency, last week called on

Boeing and its workers to resolve their differences, saying that businesses should generally be able to

locate where they want but must follow the law.

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Thursday, July 14, 2011 12:11 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.; Mattina, Celeste J.; Abruzzo, Jennifer; Kearney, Barry J.; Ahearn, Richard

L.; Garza, Jose

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27-ibKJqpr8

Fox Biz news from last night, Miles Rapoport of Demos defends NLRB, Boeing complaints. (Totally aggravated that I can’t

watch it smoothly on my computer, but I get bits and pieces)

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

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Thursday, April 21, 2011 12:00 AM

Kelly, David A.

Employment Law360: Litigation, Policy & People News

April 21, 2011

Jury Verdict In Epic Bratz Battle Reached

A California federal judge said that on Thursday he would announce the

Law Firms Mentioned

Cravath Swaine

Foley & Lardner

ownership of Bratz dolls.

Jones Day

King & Spalding

NLRB Accuses Boeing Of Retaliation For Labor Strikes

Morgan Lewis

The National Labor Relations Board slapped Boeing Co. with a complaint

Morrison & Foerster

Wednesday over the aerospace giant's decision to open a production line at
O'Melveny & Myers

Orrick Herrington

a South Carolina nonunion facility, alleging the move was retaliation for

Patterson Belknap

strikes by unionized Washington state employees.

Quinn Emanuel

White & Case

jury verdict that was reached Wednesday in Mattel Inc.’s epic intellectual

property and breach-of-contract feud with MGA Entertainment Inc. over the

EEOC Accuses 2 Cos. Of Indian, Thai Worker Trafficking

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed suits this week

Companies Mentioned

AT&T Inc.

Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.

harassing Thai and Indian workers placed on farms in Hawaii, Mississippi

DRI Corporation

and Washington state.

Del Monte Foods Company

Lockheed Martin

Ariz. Bill Would Protect Weed-Testing Employers

Mattel, Inc.

Lawmakers in Arizona gave the green light Tuesday to legislation that

Robert Half International Inc.

would give employers the ability to take action against workers who appear
Siemens AG

to be impaired on the job due to legal or illegal drug use, including medical
The Boeing Company

marijuana.

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

against farm labor contractor Global Horizons Inc. and marine services

company Signal International LLC for allegedly discriminating against and

Mo. House Backs Written Consent For Union Dues

The Missouri House of Representatives on Wednesday backed legislation

requiring unions to obtain written consent to deduct money from its

members paychecks for political purposes.

Godiva Strikes $1.25M Deal In 2nd Calif. OT Suit

District Court Cases Mentioned

Windsor v. The United States Of America

Equal Employment Opportunity Commissi...

UNITED SPACE ALLIANCE, LLC v. SOLIS

e...

Grenawalt et al v. AT&T Mobility LLC ...

A California state judge on Tuesday preliminarily approved Godiva

Chocolatier Inc.’s offer to pay up to $1.25 million to resolve a class action

by chocolatiers and other hourly workers who claim the candymaker denied

them meal breaks and overtime pay.

AT&T Security Guards Launch OT, Wage Action

A group of security guards who worked at retail stores owned by AT&T

Mobility LLC in the New York area filed an employment and breach of

contract class action in federal court Tuesday seeking unpaid regular and

overtime wages.

Shuttle Contractor Sues DOL Over Gender Pay Probe

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United Space Alliance LLC, the government's primary contractor for

manned space missions, sued the U.S. Department of Labor on Tuesday

over an order requiring the company to submit to an investigation into

gender-based wage disparity or risk debarment.

DOD Says Ex-Contract Audit Manager Harassed Workers

The U.S. Department of Defense, following up on its pledge to monitor

workplace complaints at the Defense Contract Audit Agency, reported

Tuesday that a former manager in Texas had created an unprofessional

workplace by publicly berating auditors.

Ariz. Restaurant Owners Nabbed In Tax, Workers Probe

The father-and-son owners of a Tempe, Ariz.-based Mexican restaurant

chain and a company accountant were arrested Wednesday on charges of

harboring undocumented immigrants and tax evasion, according to U.S.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

US Investigates Chipotle's Undocumented Hires

Federal prosecutors have joined an investigation led by U.S. Immigration

and Customs Enforcement into Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc.'s hiring of

undocumented workers, company executives announced Wednesday in an

investor conference call.

DOL Broadly Reads Protected Activity In SOX Case

A recent ruling in favor of a Lockheed Martin Corp. worker who claimed the

company violated the Sarbanes-Oxley Act's whistleblower provision took an

expansive view of what constitutes SOX-protected conduct and should

serve as a warning to employers, attorneys say.

Expert Analysis

How To Avoid The Pitfalls Of Expert Networking

Does the use of expert networking firms carry an inordinate risk of insider

trading liability? By and large, it should not, says Stephen Madsen of

Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP.

Legal Industry

Defense Of DOMA Could Give King & Spalding Bad Rep

A decision by a prominent attorney at corporate law firm King & Spalding

LLP to take up the defense of legislation that would effectively bar same-

sex marriages is threatening the firm's carefully crafted reputation as a

gay-friendly workplace, according to advocates.

High Court Urged To Make Grand Jury Subpoena Rules

The American Bar Association and other groups on Wednesday joined

White & Case LLP in asking the U.S. Supreme Court to decide if the firm's

client's protected discovery should be safe from grand jury subpoenas in a

flat-panel display antitrust investigation.

NY Judges Get Record Number Of Complaints In 2010

New York state's court system received a record high number of judicial

complaints in 2010, though fewer judges were tossed from the bench,

investigated or received disciplinary action, a judicial watchdog said

Tuesday.

Aletheia Installs O'Melveny Attys As President, GC

Two O'Melveny & Myers LLP attorneys are leaving the law firm's white

collar and corporate investigations practice in Los Angeles to take

leadership posts at Aletheia Research and Management Inc., the

investment advisory firm said Tuesday.

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FW : Overarching Goal #2: Percentage of C Cases Closing W ithin 120 Days

Open C Cases as of August 4, 2010.xls; Open C Cases as of August 4, 2010 Portland.xls

Jim Kobe

ARD, Region 19

206-220-6314

From: Kobe, James

Sent: Wednesday, August 04, 2010 7:00 PM

To: Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: Overarching Goal #2: Percentage of C Cases Closing Within 120 Days

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Overarching Goals - C Cases opened

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Case Full Number

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Status

Agent

Charge

Agent,

Supervisor

Lead

# Days

Opened

Filed

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19-CA-32431-001

Boeing Company

03/26/2010

Investigation

Todd, Dianne

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Jablonski, Colleen

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Estep, Susan C.

Monday, August 09, 2010 7:14 PM

Kobe, James

OA List (not complete) for July reports

OALIST.doc

See attached.

Susan C. Estep, Secretary to the Regional Director

NLRB, Region 19, Seattle

206.220.6333; FAX 206. 220.6305

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Form NLRB-4437

OVERAGE “C” CASE LIST

August 9, 2010

FROM:

For Period Ending: 7/31/10

Region 19 -- Seattle, Washington

SUBJECT: Overage “C” Case List

No. of R Cases Blocked:

Pre-Complaint -

INSTRUCTIONS: List each overage case by name and number. Explain

fully by footnote why each case is overage. If case has been in Washington,

give date returned. Case need not be listed while in Washington. Report due

Post-Complaint -

in Washington on the fifth working day of the following month. Please

footnote on separate sheet. SORT BY CATEGORY.

Category 3 - 7 weeks

Category 2 - 11 weeks

Category 1 - 15 weeks

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Date Filed

Overage

Category

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3/26/10

Boeing Company

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On 7/28/10 investigative subpoena issued to appear on 8/11/10 and

present evidence.

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Kobe, James

Thursday, August 26, 2010 12:28 PM

Estep, Susan C.; Ahearn, Richard L.; Pomerantz, Anne; Eskenazi, Martin; Sweeney, Brian;

Hayashi, Minoru N.; Jablonski, Colleen G.; Rooker, Karen

Davidson, Linda L.; Albertsen, Mary; Snook, Dennis; W illmore, W innie

EOM Update

EOM as of AUG 26 2010.xls

Here is a current list of EOM cases and their last reported status. As always, let me and SUE know of any

changes.

ALSO, please remember to let SUE know right away if YOU ARE GOING INTO AN AGENDA (and of the

subsequent decision), as well as each time an SAD has issued.

With this information orderly case processing can be handled better; without it, you will be bugged later to

provide all the information and updates which, by then, will be much more blurry and- -as experience

indicates- - more time consuming to reconstruct.

Jim Kobe

ARD, Region 19

206-220-6314

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TO BE DONE BY END OF August 2010 (as of Thurs, A.M., Aug 26)

READY FOR AGENDA:

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Boeing Company

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Friday, January 07, 2011 5:15 PM

Estep, Susan C.

The next 4 !!

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19-CA-

32811)

Boeing Company

Related to 19-CA-32431 in which Advice memo

issued on 8/31/10.

11/1/10

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The first, and primary charge in CA 32431 concerned

allegations by the Union that Boeing unlawfully

announced and began planning (and, in fact, had

begun initial construction) for a new, nonunion

facility in South Carolina to manufacture 787

airplanes when, at the same time, there was ongoing

787 construction in Everett, Washington with a

unionized force that was covered by a collective

bargaining agreement. Such initial charge also

included the GENERAL allegation that the Employer

also violated the Act by outsourcing/subcontracting

the production of ancillary parts and equipment (e.g.,

airplane seats, etc.) to third parties. That case is

currently still in Advice with oral presentations by the

parties having been scheduled.
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Sent: Wednesday, May 18, 2011 8:41 AM

To: Abruzzo, Jennifer; Ahearn, Richard L.; Ananthanayagam, Shanti; Arlook, Martin M.; Baniszewski, Joseph; Barker,

Joseph; Becker, Craig; Blyer, Alvin P.; Bonett Jr., Edward J.; Boren, Dennis R.; Burton, Spence; Carlton, Peter J.; Chester,

Robert W.; Christman Jr., Thomas J.; Cleeland, Nancy; Colwell, John F.; Cowen, William B.; Dreeben, Linda J.; Eddins-

Hill, Rosalind Elaine; Englehart, Bob; Farrell, Ellen; Fedorova, Ioulia; Ferguson, John H.; Fies-Keller, Cara L.; Figueroa,

Marta; Flynn, Terence F.; Franklin, Kirk; Garza, Jose; Glasser, Stephen M.; Gold, Wayne R.; Goldstein, Dawn; Gottschalk,

Irving E.; Graham, David; Grant, Regina; Griffin, Jill; Guest, Matt; Habenstreit, David; Hankins, Raymond; Hayes, Brian;

Heinzmann, Kym; HELTZER, LES (Hdqs); Hirozawa, Kent; Hollo, Elana R.; Hooks, Ronald K.; Howard, Deidran; Hoyte,

Joan E.; Jacob, Fred B.; James, Kathleen; Jones, Harry; Joseph, Gloria; Kane, Robert F.; Karsh, Aaron; Katz, Judy;

Kearney, Barry J.; Kelly, David A.; Kilpatrick, Elizabeth; Kinard, Martha E.; Krafts, Andrew J.; Lee, Sydney A.; Lennie,

Rachel G.; Levin, Nelson; Levitan, Daniel; Ley, Rhonda; Lieber, Margery E.; Liebman, Wilma B.; Lightner, J. Michael;

Lineback, Rik D.; Martin, David P.; Mattina, Celeste J.; McDermott, James J.; McKinney, M. Kathleen; Mills, Jacqueline;

Moore-Duncan, Dorothy L.; Moran, Gail R.; Morgan, Terry A.; Murphy, James R.; Ohr, Peter S.; Osthus, Marlin O.;

Overstreet, Cornele; Pearce, Mark G.; Purcell, Anne G.; Reynolds, Vanita S.; Rivchin, Julie Y.; Robinson, Miles A;

Rosenberg, Joshua; Saunders, Josh D; Schiff, Robert; Shapiro, Ken; Siegel, Richard A.; Simms, Abby; Smith, Barry F.;

Solomon, Lafe E.; Sophir, Jayme; Spector, Jennifer R.; Tellem, Elbert F.; Tendrich, Robert; Thompson, Scott C.; Tuli,

Manisha E.; Wagner, Anthony R.; Williams, Harold; Yaffe, Deborah; Zick, Lara S.

Subject: Legal News FYI

Court Finds Publisher's Decision to Cancel

Union Dues Checkoff Subject to Arbitration

Hearst Corp. must arbitrate a dispute with the Newspaper Guild of Albany over the publisher's decision to

discontinue dues checkoff after their collective bargaining agreement expired because the union's right to

dues checkoff...

GOP Lawmakers Move From NLRB Criticism

To Document Demands and Legislative Action

A National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge will not hear Acting General Counsel Lafe E.

Solomon's unfair labor practice complaint against Boeing Co. until June 14, but Republican lawmakers in

Washington, D.C., and in...

Foxwoods Casino Beverage Workers Vote

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Beverage workers at the Native American-owned Foxwoods Resort and Casino in eastern Connecticut May

16 voted 133-90 under tribal law for representation by United Food and Commercial Workers Local 371,

the union and employer announced....

Proposed Settlement Would Resolve

Nurse Wage Claims Against Ellis Hospital

A proposed settlement filed in federal court May 13 would resolve nurse wage-fixing conspiracy charges

against a Schenectady, N.Y., hospital and bring litigation over the allegedly illegal practices of five area

hospitals to a close (Fleischman...

California Governor Signs Legislation

Ratifying Six Final State Worker Pacts
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SACRAMENTO, Calif.—Gov. Jerry Brown (D) May 16 signed a bill, S.B. 151 ratifying collective bargaining

agreements with six unions representing a total of 55,400 state workers, bringing all state workers under

current contract agreements....

Air Rage

Slate – 05/17/11 19:47 –

Words matched: Lafe Solomon, Craig Becker

A spat between Boeing and labor turns into the next unions-versus-Republicans Armageddon.

...facts so far, it might not be political. The complaint was filed by Lafe Solomon , the general counsel for the NRLB, who told the New

York Times...

Workers Could Vote To Make Plant Non-Union

Manufacturing.net – 05/17/11 16:14 –

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COLUMBUS, Miss. (AP) -- A vote could soon be taken to decertify the union at Omnova Solutions, Inc., in Columbus, where some

workers have been on strike for a year.

...reports a group of replacement workers have filed a request with the National Labor Relations Board to take a decertification vote .

The more than...

Broomall Presbyterian Village employees planning to strike

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Unionized caregivers and service workers at Broomall Presbyterian Village may be on the picket line soon. Due to the inability to

negotiate a contract, the nearly 150 employees have voted unanimously to hold a one-day strike on May 25.

...and charges were filed May 11 in the Philadelphia office of the National Labor Relations Board . The two sides have held 15

negotiating sessions

Employees at W Boston, Back Bay Hotel vote to unionize

Boston.com – 05/17/11 23:08 –

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About 200 to join growing ranks of hospitality workers local

...handbook rules restricting union activity tainted the election, and the National Labor Relations Board ordered a new election. There

is still...

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Thursday, October 14, 2010 6:18 PM

Mattina, Celeste

Re: boeing

Will do; am in Portland today.

R

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Subject: boeing

Your Boeing case is going to an Advice agenda on Monday afternoon, at 2 pm.
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FW : SC News Article re Boeing and union organizing in SC

An interesting read…

Subject: SC News Article

http://www.wistv.com/Global/story.asp?S=13636166

Happy weekends,

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NLRB issues complaint against Boeing Company for unlawfully transferring work to a non-

union facility

April 20, 2011

Contact:

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202-273-1991

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NLRB issues complaint against Boeing Company for unlawfully transferring work to a non-union facility

NLRB Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon today issued a complaint against the Boeing Company alleging

that it violated federal labor law by deciding to transfer a second production line to a non-union facility in South

Carolina for discriminatory reasons.

Boeing announced in 2007 that it planned to assemble seven 787 Dreamliner airplanes per month in the Puget

Sound area of Washington state, where its employees have long been represented by the International

Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers. The company later said that it would create a second

production line to assemble an additional three planes a month to address a growing backlog of orders. In

October 2009, Boeing announced that it would locate that second line at the non-union facility.

In repeated statements to employees and the media, company executives cited the unionized employees’ past

strike activity and the possibility of strikes occurring sometime in the future as the overriding factors in

deciding to locate the second line in the non-union facility.

The NLRB launched an investigation of the transfer of second line work in response to charges filed by the

Machinists union and found reasonable cause to believe that Boeing had violated two sections of the National

Labor Relations Act because its statements were coercive to employees and its actions were motivated by a

desire to retaliate for past strikes and chill future strike activity.

“A worker's right to strike is a fundamental right guaranteed by the National Labor Relations Act,” Mr.

Solomon said. “We also recognize the rights of employers to make business decisions based on their economic

interests, but they must do so within the law. I have worked with the parties to encourage settlement in the hope

of avoiding costly litigation, and my door remains open to that possibility.”

To remedy the alleged unfair labor practices, the Acting General Counsel seeks an order that would require

Boeing to maintain the second production line in Washington state. The complaint does not seek closure of the

South Carolina facility, nor does it prohibit Boeing from assembling planes there.

Absent a settlement between the parties, the next step in the process will be a hearing before an NLRB

administrative law judge in Seattle, set for June 14, at which both parties will have an opportunity to present

evidence and arguments.

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Mattina, Celeste J.

FW : NLRB tries to block Boeing's plant in S.C. | CharlotteObserver.com & The Charlotte

Observer Newspaper

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Subject: FW: NLRB tries to block Boeing's plant in S.C. | CharlotteObserver.com & The

Charlotte Observer Newspaper

Rich

Have you seen this piece from the Charlotte Observer which reports that Obama's Chief of

Staff, Bill Daley, was on the Boeing Bd of Directors when the Board unanimously voted to

approve the move to S.C?

Ellen

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Katz, Judy; Lieber, Margery E.; Moskowitz, Eric G.; Shapiro, Ken; Simms, Abby; Yaffe,

Deborah; Young, Jacqueline; Zirkin, Stanley; Sophir, Jayme

Belin, Jeremy S.; Compton, Kayce R.; Dodds, Amy L.; Frisch, Jacob; Luke, Margaret; Lussier,

Richard; Mantz, John; Marx, Eric C.; Oddis, Robert N.; Pho, Laura D; Solowiej, Sandra M.;

Sutton, Dexter E.; Thompson, Angela; Vazquez, Laura T.; W illen, Debra L; Karsh, Aaron;

Colangelo, David (Advice); Merberg, Elinor; Omberg, Bob; Sokolow, Steven L.; Szapiro,

Miriam; Schichor, Nina; Markle, Jeanette

Advice GC Agenda for Monday, October 18, 2010

jlsgc.jnb.doc; image001.gif; image002.gif

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GENERAL COUNSEL’S AGENDA

DIVISION OF ADVICE

Monday, October 18, 2010 @2:00 p.m.

Willen

1. The Boeing Company
Case 19-CA-32431
(Issue:

Dist IV

Szapiro

whether the Employer violated Section 8(a)(3) and (5)

when it placed a second assembly line at a nonunion facility

because of the unit’s strike history.)

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Ahearn, Richard L.

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FW : seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

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Recent Boeing article.

Rich

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Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

The edges of Everett's Paine Field airport are turning into an overflow airplane parking lot

as Boeing builds 787 Dreamliners that can't be delivered yet.

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Monday, October 18, 2010 12:55 PM

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FW : seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

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Sent: Monday, October 18, 2010 12:46 PM

To: Omberg, Bob; Mattina, Celeste; Kearney, Barry J.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Katz, Judy; Farrell,

Ellen

Subject: FW: seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

Recent Boeing article.

Rich

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Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

The edges of Everett's Paine Field airport are turning into an overflow airplane parking lot

as Boeing builds 787 Dreamliners that can't be delivered yet.

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Read: 10/18/2010 1:24 PM

Szapiro, Miriam

Read: 10/18/2010 1:03 PM

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Read: 10/18/2010 1:21 PM

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Katz, Judy

Monday, October 18, 2010 1:37 PM

Omberg, Bob

FW : seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

FYI

-----Original Message-----

From: Willen, Debra L

Sent: Monday, October 18, 2010 1:36 PM

To: Katz, Judy; Sophir, Jayme

Subject: RE: seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

No -- the regular line.

I just sent an article that states at the end that the surge line is not yet functioning.

The article is dated Sept. 7 2010.

-----Original Message-----

From: Katz, Judy

Sent: Monday, October 18, 2010 1:33 PM

To: Willen, Debra L; Sophir, Jayme

Subject: FW: seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

FYI.

This article says that Boeing has already completed or near completed 14 787's.

Are

these off of the surge line?

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Sent: Monday, October 18, 2010 12:46 PM

To: Omberg, Bob; Mattina, Celeste; Kearney, Barry J.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Katz, Judy; Farrell,

Ellen

Subject: FW: seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

Recent Boeing article.

Rich

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Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

The edges of Everett's Paine Field airport are turning into an overflow airplane parking lot

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Thursday, October 21, 2010 3:45 PM

Omberg, Bob

Boeing

I can give you a research report if you have time to talk.

Exemption 6 - Privacy

Thanks, Deb

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Thursday, October 28, 2010 8:36 AM

W illen, Debra L; Katz, Judy

RE: save the date -- Boeing

Exemption 5, 7(a)

From: Willen, Debra L

Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2010 8:22 AM

To: Omberg, Bob; Katz, Judy

Cc: Szapiro, Miriam

Subject: save the date -- Boeing

Boeing’s counsel has scheduled a meeting with Advice for Wednesday, November 10.

We are looking at November 29 and 30 as the potential dates for their meeting with the General Counsel.

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Thursday, October 28, 2010 8:54 AM

Omberg, Bob; Katz, Judy

RE: save the date -- Boeing

Exemption 5, 7(A)

From: Omberg, Bob

Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2010 8:36 AM

To: Willen, Debra L; Katz, Judy

Subject: RE: save the date -- Boeing

Exemption 5, 7(A)

From: Willen, Debra L

Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2010 8:22 AM

To: Omberg, Bob; Katz, Judy

Cc: Szapiro, Miriam

Subject: save the date -- Boeing

Boeing’s counsel has scheduled a meeting with Advice for Wednesday, November 10.

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Ahearn, Richard L.

Thursday, November 11, 2010 10:49 AM

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Colleen G.; Todd, Dianne; Mattina, Celeste J.; Solomon, Lafe E.

Fw: seattletimes.com: Boeing tells analyst: 787 deliveries 'will take longer than expected'

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Boeing management is telling Wall Street that the 787 Dreamliners already rolled out onto

Paine Field are "in various stages of final assembly" and that delivery of those jets "will

take longer than expected, particularly those with the Rolls-Royce engine."

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W ednesday, December 01, 2010 9:32 AM

Katz, Judy; Omberg, Bob

FW : Boeing

From: Kearney, Barry J.

Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2010 7:49 AM

To: Farrell, Ellen; Sophir, Jayme; Szapiro, Miriam; Willen, Debra L

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th

The meeting has been changed to Tuesday the 14
at 10 instead of Monday. Kilberg told me we will receive their position

paper on Monday

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Ahearn, Richard L.

Friday, December 03, 2010 7:15 PM

Kearney, Barry J.; W illen, Debra L; Omberg, Bob; Katz, Judy

Baniszewski, Joseph

IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

2010 12_03 Ltr to Todd.pdf

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From: Jude Bryan [mailto:bryan@workerlaw.com]

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Subject: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Ms. Todd,

Attached is David Campbell’s response to your request for additional information.

Jude Bryan, Paralegal | Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt LLP | 18 West Mercer Street, Ste. 400, Seattle, WA 98119-3971; Phone:

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Microsoft Outlook

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W illen, Debra L

W ednesday, December 08, 2010 1:25 PM

Katz, Judy; Omberg, Bob

FW : Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ltr to Lafe Solomon.pdf

________________________________________

From: Sophir, Jayme

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 12:24 PM

To: Willen, Debra L; Szapiro, Miriam

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

________________________________

From: Farrell, Ellen

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 12:18 PM

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme; Colangelo, David (Advice); Marx, Eric C.

Cc: Solomon, Lafe E.; Mattina, Celeste J.

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Did I miss anyone?

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

Division of Advice, NLRB

202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

________________________________

From: Kilberg P.C., William [mailto:WKilberg@gibsondunn.com]

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 10:48 AM

To: Farrell, Ellen

Cc: Baumeister, Bryan H; Clarke, Joan C; Gerry, Brett C; rhankins@mckennalong.com; McGill,

Matthew D.; Blankenstein, Paul; Martin, Christopher J.

Subject: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ellen:

As promised.

Best,

Bill

William J. Kilberg

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As Boeing prepares to announce yet another delay for the 787 Dreamliner — at least three

months, possibly six or more — the crucial jet program is in even worse shape than it

appears.

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As Boeing prepares to announce yet another delay for the 787 Dreamliner — at least three

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Works for me.

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10 am to review Boeing’s response?

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While Boeing may meet its deadline to deliver the first 787 to All Nippon Airways of Japan

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Importance:

High

The GC staff meeting was held at 9:30 today.

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Barry Kearney noted that he was conducting agenda today the Boeing case about moving

work from Puget Sound in Washington to South Carolina. The Union alleges that the work

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NLRB issues complaint against Boeing Company for unlawfully transferring work to a non-

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NLRB issues complaint against Boeing Company for unlawfully transferring work to a non-union facility

NLRB Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon today issued a complaint against the Boeing Company alleging

that it violated federal labor law by deciding to transfer a second production line to a non-union facility in South

Carolina for discriminatory reasons.

Boeing announced in 2007 that it planned to assemble seven 787 Dreamliner airplanes per month in the Puget

Sound area of Washington state, where its employees have long been represented by the International

Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers. The company later said that it would create a second

production line to assemble an additional three planes a month to address a growing backlog of orders. In

October 2009, Boeing announced that it would locate that second line at the non-union facility.

In repeated statements to employees and the media, company executives cited the unionized employees’ past

strike activity and the possibility of strikes occurring sometime in the future as the overriding factors in

deciding to locate the second line in the non-union facility.

The NLRB launched an investigation of the transfer of second line work in response to charges filed by the

Machinists union and found reasonable cause to believe that Boeing had violated two sections of the National

Labor Relations Act because its statements were coercive to employees and its actions were motivated by a

desire to retaliate for past strikes and chill future strike activity.

“A worker's right to strike is a fundamental right guaranteed by the National Labor Relations Act,” Mr.

Solomon said. “We also recognize the rights of employers to make business decisions based on their economic

interests, but they must do so within the law. I have worked with the parties to encourage settlement in the hope

of avoiding costly litigation, and my door remains open to that possibility.”

To remedy the alleged unfair labor practices, the Acting General Counsel seeks an order that would require

Boeing to maintain the second production line in Washington state. The complaint does not seek closure of the

South Carolina facility, nor does it prohibit Boeing from assembling planes there.

Absent a settlement between the parties, the next step in the process will be a hearing before an NLRB

administrative law judge in Seattle, set for June 14, at which both parties will have an opportunity to present

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FW : Legal News FYI addendum

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Subject: Legal News FYI addendum

Right wing flies off course on Boeing controversy

The Hill – 05/20/11 11:19 –

Words matched: Labor Relations, NLRA, National Labor Relations Act

Right-wing pundits and politicians have been in rare form over the past few weeks, with the National Labor Relations Board’s complaint

against Boeing serving as a catalyst for their ramped up attack on workers’ rights.

...in rare form over the past few weeks, with the National Labor Relations Board s complaint against Boeing serving as a catalyst for

their ramped ...

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Subject: GC Staff Meeting--10-7-10

The GC staff meeting was held at 9:30 today.

Here is a summary:

Non-responsive

Barry Kearney noted that he was conducting agenda today the Boeing case about moving

work from Puget Sound in Washington to South Carolina. The Union alleges that the work

is being moved solely because they have exercised their right to strike in the past. This will

be a GC Agenda on this case in the near future.

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RE: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Are we sharing the letter with Region 19? At one point Rich was coming in; is that no longer the case?

From: Farrell, Ellen

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Did I miss anyone?

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RE: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

A copy has gone to Rich and he is planning to come in for the meeting.

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Are we sharing the letter with Region 19? At one point Rich was coming in; is that no longer the case?

From: Farrell, Ellen

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Did I miss anyone?

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Subject: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ellen: As promised. Best, Bill

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South Carolina Governor’s pick to head the state’s labor agency will be helping her fight unions, particularly at the Boeing

plant… She has done it before and she is up to the challenge, says the Governor…

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An interesting read…

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South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is facing her first big lawsuit after saying the state would

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Interesting use of question marks in the last sentence.

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Subject: And now Boeing's

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Sophir, Jayme

RE: And now Boeing's

I’m curious about their being critical of the timing of the complaint. Are they suggesting that we “dragged our feet” for

some nefarious purpose.

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Union officials have been pressing the NLRB for more than a year to bring forward the complaint and force Boeing to

abandon plans to produce three 787 airplanes per month in the company's new North Charleston, S.C., factory and

build them instead in Puget Sound. With today's action by the NLRB's acting general counsel, the board now will begin

a formal proceeding to hear the IAM's allegations.

Boeing also was critical of the timing of the complaint, which comes a full 17 months after the company announced

plans to expand its manufacturing capacity in the United States in South Carolina. Construction of the factory is

nearly complete and the company has hired more than 1,000 new workers. Final assembly of the first airplane is

slated to begin in July.

Their wording makes it sounds as if we’re just beginning to look into the charge, as opposed to completing an

investigation.

Nancy Cleeland

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nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

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Subject: And now Boeing's

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Nancy Cleeland

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I’m curious about their being critical of the timing of the complaint. Are they suggesting that we “dragged our feet” for

some nefarious purpose.

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Union officials have been pressing the NLRB for more than a year to bring forward the complaint and force Boeing to

abandon plans to produce three 787 airplanes per month in the company's new North Charleston, S.C., factory and

build them instead in Puget Sound. With today's action by the NLRB's acting general counsel, the board now will begin

a formal proceeding to hear the IAM's allegations.

Boeing also was critical of the timing of the complaint, which comes a full 17 months after the company announced

plans to expand its manufacturing capacity in the United States in South Carolina. Construction of the factory is

nearly complete and the company has hired more than 1,000 new workers. Final assembly of the first airplane is

slated to begin in July.

Their wording makes it sounds as if we’re just beginning to look into the charge, as opposed to completing an

investigation.

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

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Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

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NLRB issues complaint against Boeing Company for unlawfully transferring work to a non-

union facility

April 20, 2011

Contact:

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NLRB issues complaint against Boeing Company for unlawfully transferring work to a non-union facility

NLRB Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon today issued a complaint against the Boeing Company alleging

that it violated federal labor law by deciding to transfer a second production line to a non-union facility in South

Carolina for discriminatory reasons.

Boeing announced in 2007 that it planned to assemble seven 787 Dreamliner airplanes per month in the Puget

Sound area of Washington state, where its employees have long been represented by the International

Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers. The company later said that it would create a second

production line to assemble an additional three planes a month to address a growing backlog of orders. In

October 2009, Boeing announced that it would locate that second line at the non-union facility.

In repeated statements to employees and the media, company executives cited the unionized employees’ past

strike activity and the possibility of strikes occurring sometime in the future as the overriding factors in

deciding to locate the second line in the non-union facility.

The NLRB launched an investigation of the transfer of second line work in response to charges filed by the

Machinists union and found reasonable cause to believe that Boeing had violated two sections of the National

Labor Relations Act because its statements were coercive to employees and its actions were motivated by a

desire to retaliate for past strikes and chill future strike activity.

“A worker's right to strike is a fundamental right guaranteed by the National Labor Relations Act,” Mr.

Solomon said. “We also recognize the rights of employers to make business decisions based on their economic

interests, but they must do so within the law. I have worked with the parties to encourage settlement in the hope

of avoiding costly litigation, and my door remains open to that possibility.”

To remedy the alleged unfair labor practices, the Acting General Counsel seeks an order that would require

Boeing to maintain the second production line in Washington state. The complaint does not seek closure of the

South Carolina facility, nor does it prohibit Boeing from assembling planes there.

Absent a settlement between the parties, the next step in the process will be a hearing before an NLRB

administrative law judge in Seattle, set for June 14, at which both parties will have an opportunity to present

evidence and arguments.

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NLRB issues complaint against Boeing Company for unlawfully transferring work to a

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today issued a complaint against the Boeing Company alleging that it violated...

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Your guide to exhibitions, movies, music, theatre, arts and community events for the

week ahead...

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on 20/04/2011 12:26:25 Junior Minister Brian Hayes has said the upcoming

Presidential election is an opportunity to hold one or two of six planned referenda.

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Nightly Business Report (PBS) – 04/20/11 15:56 –

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The Associated Press Federal labor regulators are accusing the Boeing Co. of

putting one of its assembly lines for the new 787 in South Carolina to retaliate

against union workers who went on strike in 2008.

...non-union plant in in North Charleston, S.C. The National Labor Relations Board

complaint filed on Wednesday quotes public statements by Boeing executives...

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Boeing Accused of Retaliating Against Union

ABC News – 04/20/11 15:51 –

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Labor board accuses Boeing of adding non-union 787 assembly line to retaliate for

strike

...non-union plant in in North Charleston, S.C. The National Labor Relations Board

complaint filed on Wednesday quotes public statements by Boeing executives...

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Boeing vows to fight complaint over second 787 plant

Business News & Financial News - Reuters – 04/20/11 15:47 –

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CHICAGO (Reuters) - Boeing Co (BA.N) said it would fight a National Labor

Relations Board complaint originally lodged by one of its labor unions that challenges

the aircraft maker's 2009 decision to establish a second assembly line in South

Carolina for the 787 Dreamliner.

- Boeing Co (BA.N) said it would fight a National Labor Relations Board complaint

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* Boeing to "vigorously contest" complaint * June hearing set CHICAGO, April 20

(Reuters) - Boeing Co (BA.N) said it would fight a National Labor Relations Board

complaint originally lodged by one of its labor unions that challenges the aircraft

maker's 2009 decision to establish a second assembly

- Boeing Co (BA.N) said it would fight a National Labor Relations Board complaint

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The State Of Labor Relations Practice And Achieving Healthy, Productive

Labor-management Relationshi

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What companies with unions want are healthy, productive labor-management

relationships that help them to achieve their organizational goals without disruptive

conflict.

Even the legislative and developing law has seen the emphasis shift from NLRB and

traditional labor law to employment law. Though the change has...

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A federal judge is expected to rule soon, perhaps as early as this week, on a NFL

players' request that could have a major impact on their labor dispute with league

owners.

...to be done, sources told the league-owned NFL Network. NLRB COMPLAINT

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BA SAN FRANCISCO (MarkerWatch) -- Boeing Co.

/quotes/comstock/13*!ba/quotes/nls/ba BA +2.70% said Wednesday it will fight a

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union-backed National Labor Relations Board complaint that it retaliated against

workers in Washington state's Puget Sound area by building a second 787

production line in Sou

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Machinists Hail NLRB Complaint over Boeing South Carolina Move

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WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The International Association of Machinists

and Aerospace Workers (IAM) today welcomed the decision by the National Labor

Relations Board (NLRB) to issue a complaint charging the Boeing Company with

illegal retaliation against Boeing employees in the Puget Sound area.

Machinists Hail NLRB Complaint over Boeing South Carolina Move WASHINGTON -

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Boeing to Fight NLRB Complaint Backed by Union

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CHICAGO, April 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Boeing Company said it will

vigorously contest a complaint brought before the National Labor Relations Board

(NLRB) today by the leadership of the International Association of Machinists and

Aerospace Workers (IAM).

Boeing to Fight NLRB Complaint Backed by Union CHICAGO, April 20, 2011

/PRNewswire/ -- The Boeing Company said it will vigorously contest a complaint...

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Boeing illegally put second 787 line in S.C., complaint says

Free Republic – 04/20/11 13:01 –

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Boeing illegally put its second 787 Dreamliner assembly line in South Carolina in

retaliation for strikes in Washington and should be required to build the line in

Washington, according to a National Labor Relations Board complaint filed

Wednesday.

...be required to build the line in Washington, according to a National Labor

Relations Board complaint filed Wednesday. The board's acting general...

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NFL players, owners talk as they await judge's ruling

Zimbio – 04/20/11 11:01 –

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SALVO, North Carolina (Reuters) - A federal judge is expected to rule soon, perhaps

as early as this week, on a NFL players' request that could have a major impact on

their labor dispute with league owners.

...to be done, sources told the league-owned NFL Network. NLRB COMPLAINT

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NFL Players, Owners Talk as They Await Judge's Ruling

The New York Times – 04/20/11 10:22 –

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SALVO, North Carolina (Reuters) - A federal judge is expected to rule soon, perhaps

as early as this week, on a NFL players' request that could have a major impact on

their labor dispute with league owners.

...to be done, sources told the league-owned NFL Network. NLRB COMPLAINT

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their labor dispute with league owners.

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challenging Boeing’s decision to build another 787 plant outside of the Puget Sound

area in South Carolina.

...South Carolina. According to Boeing the union s complaint before the National

Labor Relations Board seeks to force Boeing to place its second 787...

Babi Nail workers settle, return to work

Newsday – 04/19/11 22:05 –

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The owner of a Carle Place nail salon whose Chinese employees claimed they were

fired because of a discrimination lawsuit agreed to settle a federal labor complaint by

reinstating the workers.

The four Chinese staff members who brought the complaint to the National Labor

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CHICAGO (Reuters) - Boeing Co (BA.N) said it would fight a National Labor

Relations Board complaint originally lodged by one of its labor unions that challenges

the aircraft maker's 2009 decision to establish a second assembly line in South

Carolina for the 787 Dreamliner.

...Dreamliner. The NLRB complaint says Boeing engaged in unfair labor practices

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(Reuters) - Boeing Co (BA.N) said it would fight a National Labor Relations Board

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maker's 2009 decision to establish a second assembly

...Dreamliner. The NLRB complaint says Boeing engaged in unfair labor practices

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NLRB issues complaint against Boeing Company for unlawfully transferring work to a

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WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The International Association of Machinists

and Aerospace Workers (IAM) today welcomed the decision by the National Labor

Relations Board (NLRB) to issue a complaint charging the Boeing Company with

illegal retaliation against Boeing employees in the Puget Sound area.

...the NLRB decision. The NLRB s complaint is in response to an Unfair Labor

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United Farm Workers fight dwindling membership

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(04-20) 08:05 PDT WOODVILLE, Calif. (AP) -- A dozen farmworkers sat in a circle of

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bill she said would allow people to organize without fear, rebuild the union and

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Seeks to move S.C. work to Washington

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Boeing violated union labor law by opening a second production line for the new 787

Dreamliner at a non-unionized plant in South Carolina, a US government agency

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The top lawyer for the National Labor Relations Board on Wednesday accused

Boeing of union busting and retaliating against its Washington state workers for past

strikes by moving to produce its new Dreamliner planes at a nonunion plant in South

Carolina.

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Is Boeing in trouble here?

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nonunion plant in South Carolina.

...region of Washington state, hailed the ruling by NLRB acting general counsel Lafe

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Labor Board Says Boeing’s South Carolina Plant Breaks Law

The New York Times – 04/20/11 22:43 –

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In what may be the strongest signal yet of the new pro-labor orientation of the

National Labor Relations Board under President Obama, the agency filed a

complaint Wednesday seeking to force Boeing to bring an airplane production line

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Relations Board on Wednesday accused Boeing of union busting and retaliating

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Dreamliner planes at a nonunion plant in South Carolina.

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The top lawyer for the National Labor Relations Board issued a ruling Wednesday

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new line of its 787 planes in South Carolina – and seeking to force the firm to make

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The Nation -- On the eve of the November midterm elections, Koch Industries sent

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Mediation between the NFL and its locked-out players has been adjourned until May

16, representatives from both sides said on Wednesday after four days of talks.

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* Food marketers are pitching their products to children via Web sites that critics say

blur the line between activities and advertising. * Industry and safety advocates are

sparring over whether enough is being done to prevent fatal accidents.

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April 21 (Reuters) - The following were the top stories in The Wall Street Journal on

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The top lawyer for the National Labor Relations Board on Wednesday accused

Boeing of union busting and retaliating against its Washington state workers for past

strikes by moving to produce its new Dreamliner planes at a nonunion plant in South

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In what may be the strongest signal yet of the new pro-labor orientation of the

National Labor Relations Board under President Obama, the agency filed a

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Supreme Court precedent," said Michael Luttig, Boeing's general counsel, said in a

statement. "Boeing has every right under both federal law and its collective

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players has been adjourned until May 16, representatives from both sides said on

Wednesday after four days of talks.

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players has been adjourned until May 16, representatives from both sides said on

Wednesday after four days of talks.

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The Boeing Company said Wednesday that it would fight a National Labor Relations

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establish a second assembly line in South Carolina for the 787 Dreamliner.

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The top lawyer for the National Labor Relations Board issued a ruling Wednesday

claiming that Boeing violated federal labor laws in deciding to start manufacturing a

new line of its 787 planes in South Carolina – and seeking to force the firm to make

the Dreamliner aircraft at its current plant in E

...is illegal retaliation against union The top lawyer for the National Labor Relations

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AP Business Writer WASHINGTON -- Federal labor regulators are accusing Boeing

Co. of illegally retaliating for a 2008 union strike by adding a non-union assembly line

in South Carolina for its new 787 passenger jet.

...its new 787 passenger jet. The complaint filed by the National Labor Relations

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Boeing Vows to Fight Complaint Over Second 787 Plant

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CHICAGO (Reuters) - Boeing Co said it would fight a National Labor Relations Board

complaint originally lodged by one of its labor unions that challenges the aircraft

maker's 2009 decision to establish a second assembly line in South Carolina for the

787 Dreamliner.

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1 hr 11 mins ago WASHINGTON (AFP) – Boeing violated union labor law by opening

a second production line for the new 787 Dreamliner at a non-unionized plant in

South Carolina, a US government agency said Wednesday.

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The Boeing Company said Wednesday that it would fight a National Labor Relations

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establish a second assembly line in South Carolina for the 787 Dreamliner.

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iReport — NLRB issues complaint against Boeing Company for unlawfully

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today issued a complaint against the Boeing Company alleging that it violated federal

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...my door remains open to that possibility. To remedy the alleged unfair labor

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complaint originally lodged by one of its labor unions that challenges the aircraft

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787 Dreamliner.

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nikki haley statement

In case you missed this yesterday:

Statement from Gov. Haley on frivolous union complaint against Boeing APRIL 20TH COLUMBIA,

S.C. – Gov. Nikki Haley today issued the following statement in response to the National

Labor Relations Board complaint filed against Boeing by the International Association of

Machinists and Aerospace Workers:

“This is an absolute assault on a great corporate citizen and on South Carolina’s right-to-

work status. We will continue to do everything we can to protect that status, and to stand

with companies like Boeing who understand what it means to take care of their employees

without the interference of a meddlesome, self-serving union. This bullying will not be

tolerated in South Carolina.”

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By ME L A NIE T ROT T MA N

The National Labor Relations Board Wednesday said aircraft maker Boeing Co. violated federal labor

law by building a second production line for its 787 Dreamliner at a non-union factory in South

Carolina, siding with union workers in Washington State who charged the decision was retaliation for

their past strikes.

The Chicago company called the NLRB's complaint "legally frivolous" and a "radical departure" from

precedents. It said it will fight the complaint, which was sought by the International Association of

Machinists and Aerospace Workers union.

The NLRB's action comes amid a broad conflict over the role of unions in the economy. Unions have

responded to setbacks in the 2010 elections, which put Republicans in charge of the U.S. House of

Representatives and in state houses around the country, by pressing the Obama administration and

the majority Democrat NLRB to favor union positions.

President Barack Obama also has been trying to cultivate business leaders by promising to review

and possibly roll back regulation, and doing more to help U.S. companies boost exports. Boeing is a

big U.S. exporter.

Boeing plans to build the 787 Dreamlinier, shown above in Washington state in March, at a non-union

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NLRB Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon said that in repeated statements to employees and the

media, Boeing executives cited the unionized employees' past strike activity and the possibility of

future strikes as the overriding factors in deciding to locate the second production line at the nonunion

facility. The comments were coercive and motivated by a desire to retaliate against workers for past

strikes, while attempting to discourage future strike activity, the agency charged.

"A worker's right to strike is a fundamental right guaranteed by the National Labor Relations Act," Mr.

Solomon said in a statement. "We also recognize the rights of employers to make business decisions

based on their economic interests, but they must do so within the law."

Mr. Solomon proposed a board order that would require Boeing to operate the second production line

in Washington State. Boeing said it is scheduled to begin assembling planes in July at the South

Carolina facility, where more than 1,000 new workers have been hired.

John Raudabaugh, a former NLRB Republican member who represents companies for Washington,

D.C., law firm Nixon Peabody LLP, said Boeing executives should have been more measured with

their words. "I think it's unfortunate if they said it the way it has been reported," he said. "They should

have offered up a cost-related explanation," Mr. Raudabaugh said.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) attacked the NLRB in a statement, saying that if the board's action is

upheld it would "allow unions to hold a virtual 'veto' over business decisions." Mr. Graham said the

NLRB is trying to punish states such as South Carolina where unions are relatively weak, and he said

he'd seek legislation to cut off funding for "this wild goose chase."

Joe Trauger, a vice president at the National Association of Manufacturers, said the NLRB's decision

sends a message that companies with union representation can't expand in right-to-work states. If the

complaint succeeds "no company will be safe from the NLRB stepping in to second-guess its

business decisions on where to expand or whom to hire," he said.

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The board is reversing decades of its own precedent and Supreme Court rulings to "advance its

agenda to expand unionization," Mr. Trauger said. "If the IAM and NLRB succeed in their complaint,

no company will be safe from the NLRB stepping in to second-guess its business decisions on where

to expand or whom to hire," Mr. Trauger said.IAM Vice President Rich Michalski, whose union

represents more than 35,000 Boeing workers, praised the decision, saying Boeing "needs to rethink

its strategy of repeatedly alienating its most valuable asset: the highly-skilled workers who build

Boeing aircraft."

The NLRB said it plans to hold a hearing June 14 before an NLRB administrative judge in Seattle

"absent a settlement between the two parties."

Boeing said it held "extensive" talks with the Machinists about potentially placing the additional

production in Washington. But that failed amid demands "that would have hampered the company's

competitiveness in the increasingly competitive global market for large commercial airplanes," the

company said.

Boeing said the Machinists ultimately have suffered no job losses from the decision because the

company has increased employment in the Puget Sound area by about 2,000 workers since deciding

to expand in South Carolina in October 2009.

Write to Melanie Trottman at melanie.trottman@wsj.com

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NLRB files complaint against Boeing for second 787 line placement

Flightglobal – 04/21/11 14:54 –

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The US National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) says it will seek an order to require

Boeing to place the second 787 production line in Washington state, in response to

charges filed by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers

(IAM) 17 months after Boeing selected North Charles

...Charleston, South Carolina to host the site. Acting general counsel Lafe Solomon

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The Obama administration has a real affinity for Alice in Wonderland interpretations

of the law. According to both Mr. Obama and Humpty Dumpty, the law means what

they say it means, the writings be damned.

...from a heavily unionized state to a right to work state is illegal. Lafe Solomon, the

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NLRB to Boeing: Nice business ya got there… The National Labor Relations Board

is out to destroy state right-to-work laws. Boeing is to be its test case.

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National Labor Relations Board issues complaint against Boeing Company for

unlawfully transferring work to a non-union facility April 20, 2011 NLRB Acting

General Counsel Lafe Solomon today issued a complaint against the Boeing

Company alleging that it violated federal labor law by deciding to tran

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Federal labor agency tries to block nonunion Boeing plant

Joplin Globe (AP) – 04/21/11 09:01 –

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WASHINGTON — The top lawyer for the National Labor Relations Board on

Wednesday accused Boeing of union busting and retaliating against its Washington

state workers for past strikes by moving to produce its new Dreamliner planes at a

nonunion plant in South Carolina.

...region of Washington state, hailed the ruling by NLRB acting general counsel Lafe

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Complaint Against Boeing

RedState – 04/21/11 08:00 –

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On Wednesday, President Obama’s union-controlled National Labor Relations Board

issued a complaint against the Boeing Company that, if ruled in the union and

NLRB’s favor, may prove to have far-reaching consequences across the American

business landscape.

...maintain production of the second production line in Washington. Lafe Solomon ,

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SECOND YELLOW: Oldham Athletic's Cedric Evina takes a tumble after being felled

by Yeovil Town's Luke Ayling on Saturday. The foul was a second bookable offence

from the Glovers' former Arsenal youngster and he was sent off for the second time

this season.

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) NLRB Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon today issued a complaint against the

Boeing Company alleging that it violated federal labor law by deciding to transfer a

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New York Times calls NLRB move against Boeing "highly unusual"

AllVoices – 04/21/11 15:10 –

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You know that the Obama administration has gone far in its campaign against private

business at the behest of unions when even the New York Times is struggling to find

precedent for the government's actions.

New York Times calls NLRB move against Boeing "highly unusual" You know that

the Obama administration has gone far in its campaign against private ...

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After 17 months and $2 billion, the NLRB sandbags Boeing.

The Death of Right to Work After 17 months and $2 billion, the NLRB sandbags

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NFL players and owners at impasse as judge's decision awaited

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2 other sources (Reuters Top News, Yahoo! News)

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

SALVO, North Carolina (Reuters) - The labor dispute between NFL players and

owners appeared at an impasse on Thursday as both sides waited for a federal

judge's ruling on the players' request to lift a league-imposed lockout.

lockout followed. Both sides also are awaiting a ruling by the National Labor

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The Post Chronicle – 04/21/11 14:16 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

The labor dispute between NFL players and owners appeared at an impasse on

Thursday as both sides waited for a federal judge's ruling on the players' request to

lift a league-imposed lockout.

lockout followed. Both sides also are awaiting a ruling by the National Labor

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SALVO, North Carolina (Reuters) - The labor dispute between NFL players and

owners appeared at an impasse on Thursday as both sides waited for a federal

judge's ruling on the players' request to lift a league-imposed lockout.

lockout followed. Both sides also are awaiting a ruling by the National Labor

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Haley, Graham, Scott talk about Boeing complaint

AllVoices – 04/21/11 13:30 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

Sen. Lindsey Graham and Congressman Tim Scott plan to meet with reporters to

discuss a complaint against Boeing Co. that could have an impact on its South

Carolina operations.

...operations. The three meet in North Charleston on Thursday to discuss the

National Labor Relations Board 's request for a court order forcing the aerospace...

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Obama, Turning the Rule of Law Upside Down

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Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

The Obama administration has a real affinity for Alice in Wonderland interpretations

of the law. According to both Mr. Obama and Humpty Dumpty, the law means what

they say it means, the writings be damned.

*** Now comes news that according to the Obama mandarins running the National

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League and players adjourn talks until May 16

International Business Times – 04/21/11 11:49 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

Mediation between the NFL and its locked-out players has been adjourned until May

16, representatives from both sides said on Wednesday after four days of talks.

...to be done, sources told the league-owned NFL Network. NLRB COMPLAINT

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Words matched: NLRB

The thing I find so weird about some one proclaiming to be “Pro Choice” is that for all

of the talk of standing up for a woman right chose they are usually against any other

type of a “choice” option.

...choice for a secret ballot when voting on unionization? We have a NLRB going

after Boeing right now because Boeing made a decision in the best...

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Complaint Against Boeing

Newsvine – 04/21/11 09:55 –

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On Wednesday, President Obama's union-controlled National Labor Relations Board

issued a complaint against the Boeing Company that, if ruled in the union and

NLRB's favor, may prove to have far-reaching consequences across the American

business landscape.

...Against Boeing On Wednesday, President Obama's union-controlled National

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On Wednesday, President Obama’s union-controlled National Labor Relations Board

issued a complaint against the Boeing Company that, if ruled in the union and

NLRB’s favor, may prove to have far-reaching consequences across the American

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On Wednesday, President Obama’s union-controlled National Labor Relations Board

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California's Fair Employment and Housing Act allows an

employer to draw a distinction between disability-related

misconduct by an employee that threatens workplace violence

and the disability itself, a state appeals court held April...

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OWCP Approval of Job Offer Is Not Reason

To Refuse to Engage in Interactive Process

The fact that the Labor Department's Office of Workers'

Compensation Programs approved a job that the U.S. Postal

Service offered to a disabled postal worker did not mean that

the offer was a reasonable accommodation of his disability...

Economic Outlook

Leading Indicators Rose in March

To Signal Continued Economic Growth

Signaling continued growth of the U.S. economy, the index of

leading economic indicators rose 0.4 percent in March, the

Conference Board reported April 21....

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Administration April 20 posted the final 2010 ERISA Advisory

Council Reports to its website....

Employment Contracts

Court Dismisses Former IBM Employee's

Claims for Commission, Separation Payments

An incentive pay plan implemented by IBM Corp. did not

amount to an enforceable promise of commission payments,

and therefore a former IBM salesman's Colorado contract law

claims for nearly $200,000 in commissions and separation

pay...

Federal Employees

TSA Airport Screeners to Decide on Union

During Four Weeks of Voting Ending June 21

A runoff election to determine the exclusive union

representative for approximately 43,000 federal airport

screeners is scheduled to be conducted over a four-week period

ending June 21, with the votes tallied June 23, the two

competing unions...

Manufacturing

National Manufacturing Strategy Bill

Could Move in Congress, Supporters Say

Supporters of bipartisan legislation (H.R. 1366, S. 751) to

require the development of a national manufacturing strategy to

boost traditional and high-tech manufacturing and spur U.S. job

growth were optimistic April 21 that the bill would...

Pay Equity

Workplace Gender Pay Gap Harms

Workers, Families, Nation, Speakers Say

DENVER—Fair pay is not just a women's issue, but a family

issue, speakers said April 21 at a Fair Pay Day panel discussion

in Denver sponsored by the Equal Employment Opportunity

Commission. ...

Pensions

PBGC Intends to Develop New Version

Of Proposed Rule on Reportable Events

The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation intends to develop a

new version of a 2009 proposed regulation on reportable events

in response to the Obama administration's regulatory reform

initiative and public comments, according to...

Pensions

PBGC to Pay Pension Benefits for FBOP Corp.

The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation April 21 announced

that it will assume responsibility for the retirement benefits of

approximately 2,600 employees and retirees of Chicago-based

FBOP Corp., a former bank holding company....

Privacy Rights

Parties Agree to $2.6 Million Settlement

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Freight services company Vitran Express Inc. has settled for

$2.6 million a nationwide class action alleging that the company

failed to comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act while

conducting criminal background checks on job applicants,...

Retiree Benefits

Court Issues Injunction Requiring

Manufacturer to Restore Retiree Benefits

The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin April

18 issued an injunction that requires a Wisconsin-based

manufacturing company to restore company-paid health

insurance for its retirees (Temme v. Bemis Co., E.D. Wis.,...

Retiree Benefits

Thirty-Six Percent of Companies to Use

Exchanges for Early Retirees, Survey Finds

Thirty-six percent of companies surveyed by Aon Hewitt plan to

use state health insurance exchanges for retirees who are not

yet eligible for Medicare, according to survey results released

April 20....

Safety & Health

NTSB, ALPA Say House FAA Bill Provision

Would Delay FAA's Proposed Fatigue Rule

An amendment recently passed by the House as part of the

Federal Aviation Administration authorization bill (H.R. 658)

could delay FAA's proposed fatigue rule for pilots and

compromise airline safety, the head of the National

Transportation...

Steel

IAM Members at Ohio AK Steel Works

Ratify Three-Year Contract Covering 1,700

Members of the International Association of Machinists

employed at an AK Steel Corp. facility in Middletown, Ohio, April

19 voted to ratify a collective bargaining agreement covering

some 1,700 workers that provides for wage increases and...

ALSO IN THE COURTS

Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Labor and

Employment Rulings

ECONOMIC NEWS

Unemployment Insurance

First-Time Claims Declined by 13,000

To 403,000 in Latest Week, ETA Reports

The number of workers filing first-time unemployment insurance

claims fell by 13,000 last week to 403,000 claims seasonally

adjusted, partly reversing a jump of 31,000 the week ended

April 9, as revised, the Department of Labor's Employment...

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Federal labor board seeks to ground Boeing

Lucianne.com – 04/22/11 05:22 –

1 other source (Washington Examiner)

Words matched: Lafe Solomon

Can federal bureaucrats tell a private company where to build a factory? Members of

President Obama's National Labor Relations Board think they can. In a decision that

even the New York Times is describing as "highly unusual for the federal

government," Lafe Solomon, who was appointed to the board b

...Times is describing as "highly unusual for the federal government," Lafe Solomon,

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Boeing violated labor law, NLRB alleges

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1 other source (Air Cargo World)

Words matched: Lafe Solomon

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has issued a complaint against Boeing

for allegedly violating two sections of the National Labor Relations Act in its decision

to open a new production facility in Charleston, S.

...is a fundamental right guaranteed by the National Labor Relations Act , Lafe

Solomon, acting general council of the NLRB, said in a statement .

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NLRB Files Complaint Against Boeing, Planemaker Will Fight

Aero-News Network – 04/22/11 01:29 –

Words matched: Lafe Solomon

Board Says Company Is Wrong In Opening Non-Union Shop In "Right-To-Work"

South Carolina The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has issued a complaint

against the Boeing Company, alleging that it violated federal labor law by deciding to

transfer a second production line to a non-union facility i

...the National Labor Relations Act, said NLRB Acting General Counsel Lafe

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The right to work at Boeing

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The National Labor Relations Board is supposed to protect workers' rights. Yet it

appears intent on endangering workers' jobs at the Boeing 787 Dreamliner assembly

plant in North Charleston.

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...2008 -- was a factor in that decision. NLRB acting general counsel Lafe Solomon ,

trying to justify the action against Boeing, said: "A worker's...

Lawsuit: S.C. vs. big labor

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Boeing vows local plant will open on schedule

...the National Labor Relations Act," NLRB acting general counsel Lafe Solomon

said in statement Wednesday. Solomon said he is still encouraging ...

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Re: Obama Regime and UNION Thugs work together to attack Boeing: (WSJ's

take on this)

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The Death of Right to Work After 17 months and $2 billion, the NLRB sandbags

Boeing. We knew that Big Labor had political pull at the Obama-era National Labor

Relations Board, but yesterday's complaint against Boeing is one for the (dark) ages.

..."anti-union animus," says the complaint by acting general counsel Lafe Solomon ,

and its decision to move had the effect of "discouraging membership...

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State to demand price cuts from suppliers to reduce €16bn bill

Irish Times – 04/21/11 19:57 –

Words matched: Brian Hayes

THE GOVERNMENT is to demand significant cuts in prices from the 30 largest

companies supplying goods and services to departments and State organisations in

an attempt to cut 10 per cent from an annual bill of €16 billion.

...€16 billion. Minister of State for Public Service Reform Brian Hayes made the

announcement following a meeting in London yesterday with British ...

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2 other sources (Investor's Business Daily, Yahoo! Finance US)

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Words matched: Craig Becker

The Boeing Company, an innovator of some moment in the rebuilding of a recession-

ravaged America, found a way to proceed efficiently on a project that would

meanwhile help South Carolina with 1,000 employees already hired and .

...has a special friend pushing things its way. That would be Craig Becker, a former

lawyer for the Service Employees International Union who could...

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NLRB files complaint against Boeing for second 787 line placement [political

commissars at work]

Free Republic – 04/21/11 14:43 –

Words matched: Lafe Solomon

The US National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) says it will seek an order to require

Boeing to place the second 787 production line in Washington state, in response to

charges filed by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers

(IAM) 17 months after Boeing selected North Charles

...Charleston, South Carolina to host the site. Acting general counsel Lafe Solomon

says the NLRB "found reasonable cause to believe that Boeing...

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Labor Board Tells Boeing New Factory Breaks Law

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1 other source (TheLedger.com)

Words matched: Lafe Solomon

In what may be the strongest signal yet of the new pro-labor orientation of the

National Labor Relations Board under President Obama, the agency filed a

complaint Wednesday seeking to force Boeing to bring an airplane production line

back to its unionized facilities in Washington State instead of mo

...to discourage future strikes. The agency s acting general counsel, Lafe Solomon,

said it was illegal for companies to take actions in retaliation...

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Boeing vows to fight complaint over second 787 plant

Democratic Underground – 04/22/11 03:23 –

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Boeing vows to fight complaint over second 787 plant

- Boeing Co (BA.N) said it would fight a National Labor Relations Board complaint

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NBA commissioner Stern wants to avoid NFL-type mess

Philly.com – 04/22/11 03:23 –

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NBA commissioner David Stern is a smart man, and he's been doing his job for too

long to try and bull his way around issues - even if he'd prefer to. So while Stern is

quick to point out that the NBA playoffs are off to a successful start, he also knows

he can't ignore the ominous cloud floating on

...but their future is so involved in some combination of court cases and [National

Labor Relations Board] proceedings. "We, on behalf of the NBA ,

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SC lawmakers criticize NLRB complaint

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Board complaint against Boeing, which is building a $750 million aircraft assembly

plant in the state. “We absolutely will not allow them to bully our businesses or mess

with our employees.

SC lawmakers criticize NLRB complaint Board complaint against Boeing , which is

building a $750 million aircraft assembly plant in the state .

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Yahoo! Finance US – 04/21/11 19:05 –

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The National Labor Relations Board is poised to amend organizing rules in a way

that would boost unions by letting them target smaller groups of employees.

Dem-Led NLRB Poised To Give Unions Big Win The National Labor Relations

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By Hiram Reisner South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint said Thursday the National Labor

Relations Board (NLRB) complaint against Boeing for violating federal law shows the

Obama administration is against right-to-work states and “is acting like a bunch of

thugs.

...Hiram Reisner South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint said Thursday the National Labor

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This could well be the most outrageous insult yet to the free market economy: In

what may be the strongest signal yet of the new pro-labor orientation of the National

Labor Relations Board under President Obama, the agency filed a complaint

Wednesday seeking to force Boeing to bring an airplane pro

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The US National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) says it will seek an order to require

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(IAM) 17 months after Boeing selected North Charles

NLRB files complaint against Boeing for second 787 line placement [political

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Unions to Boeing: We'll Tell You Where to Build Your Plants

Free Republic – 04/21/11 14:06 –

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Unions to Boeing: We'll Tell You Where to Build Your Plants By Dunstan Prial

Published April 21, 2011 | FOXBusiness A complaint against Boeing (NYSE:BA) filed

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who charged that the aerospace giant is being unfairly t

...A complaint against Boeing (NYSE:BA) filed by the National Labor Relations

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Federal labor board seeks to ground Boeing

Washington Examiner – 04/21/11 08:05 –

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Can federal bureaucrats tell a private company where to build a factory? Members of

President Obama's National Labor Relations Board think they can. In a decision that

even the New York Times is describing as "highly unusual for the federal

government," Lafe Solomon, who was appointed to the board

...company where to build a factory? Members of President Obama's National Labor

Relations Board think they can. In a decision that even the New...

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Cook County Closed For Business All Day

CBS Chicago – 04/22/11 06:47 –

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CHICAGO (CBS) – If you need a birth certificate, or have to go to a health clinic,

you’re out of luck Friday. Cook County is closed. As CBS 2’s Susanna Song reports,

this is the first of five county shutdown days, which means an estimated 20,000

employees will have to stay home without pay.

...history. I talked to one union today that was threatening an unfair labor practice

against us because there wasn t enough planning time , Suffredin...

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Boeing vows to fight complaint over second 787 plant

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Boeing vows to fight complaint over second 787 plant

...Dreamliner. The NLRB complaint says Boeing engaged in unfair labor practices

against the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace...

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Boeing Letter 4.22.11.pdf

Lafe—We’ve sent the attached letter to the Hill on the Boeing case and wanted to make sure you got it from us first.

We’ll distribute it more widely on Monday. Busy guy these days!

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The Association of Chief Human Resource Officers

April 22, 2011

The Honorable Tom Harkin

Chairman

Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions

428 Senate Dirksen Office Building

W ashington, DC 20510

The Honorable Mike Enzi

Ranking Member

Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions

428 Senate Dirksen Office Building

W ashington, DC 20510

The Honorable John Kline

Chairman

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Counsel Lafe Solomon

Dear Sirs:

W e are writing to express the strong concerns of the members of HR Policy Association

regarding the issuance of a complaint by National Labor Relations Board Acting General

Counsel Lafe Solomon against The Boeing Company based on the company’s attempt to have an

honest, open discussion with its union regarding the location of a new line of production. HR

Policy Association is the lead public policy organization of chief human resource officers from

large employers. HR Policy Association consists of over 300 of the largest corporations doing

business in the United States and globally, many of whom have significant union representation

of their U.S. employees. Collectively our members employ more than 10 million Americans and

have a market capitalization of more than $7.5 trillion.

As we understand the facts in the case, it involves a decision by Boeing to open a second

line of production of its 787 Dreamliner airplane. The decision involved no transfer of existing

work or any loss of work by its employees in the State of W ashington who are represented by the

International Association of Machinists (IAM). The new work was to either be located in

www.hrpolicy.org

1 1 00 Thirteenth Street, NW

Suite 850

Washington, DC 20005

info@hrpolicy.org

202.789.8670

202.449.5648

NLRB-FOIA-00004370

April 22, 2011

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Washington or at a new facility in South Carolina. Since it was new work, the company had a

clear right under both the National Labor Relations Act and its contract with the IAM to put the

work in either location. However, the company decided nevertheless to discuss with the union

whether agreements could be achieved that would make it economically feasible to locate the

new work in Washington. Thus, it held extensive discussions in which the company expressed

its legitimate concerns about a history of work stoppages which could be economically

devastating going forward. The company sought to address these with a long-term contract that

contained a no strike clause, a common feature of most labor agreements. When these

negotiations stalled, the company decided to locate the work in South Carolina, with labor

stability being one of several factors.

The issuance of a complaint by Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon is disturbing on a

number of counts. First, it is an unprecedented departure from long-standing law in this area.

Second, it has been taken by someone who is a placeholder for a Presidential appointment

provided for by law, someone who has not been confirmed by Congress nor even appointed by

the President on a recess basis. He is simply a career employee holding the position in an acting

capacity, while his nomination is pending in Congress.

Yet, even more disturbing is the fact that, at a time when companies doing business in the

U.S. are engaged in intensive competition on a global scale, a company would be sanctioned for

engaging in open and honest discussions with its union about economic realities. If anything, the

NLRB should seek to ensure that employers and unions are able to speak freely with each other,

consistent with their rights under Section 8(c) of the National Labor Relations Act. Any failure

by the Board to protect those rights can only further harm the larger economic interests of

all Americans.

Therefore, we urge you to ask Mr. Solomon to either provide an adequate explanation as

to why his decision is fully consistent with existing law or withdraw the complaint.

We appreciate your attention in this matter.

Sincerely,

Daniel V. Yager

Chief Policy Officer & General Counsel

NLRB-FOIA-00004371

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Boeing Letter 4.22.11.pdf

From: Daniel Yager [mailto:dyager@hrpolicy.org]

Sent: Friday, April 22, 2011 12:42 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.

Subject: Letter to Congress

Lafe—We’ve sent the attached letter to the Hill on the Boeing case and wanted to make sure you got it from us first.

We’ll distribute it more widely on Monday. Busy guy these days!

Dan Yager

HR Policy Association

202-789-8622

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POLICY

ASSOCIATION

®

The Association of Chief Human Resource Officers

April 22, 2011

The Honorable Tom Harkin

Chairman

Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions

428 Senate Dirksen Office Building

W ashington, DC 20510

The Honorable Mike Enzi

Ranking Member

Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions

428 Senate Dirksen Office Building

W ashington, DC 20510

The Honorable John Kline

Chairman

U.S. House Committee on Education and the W orkforce

2181 Rayburn House Office Building

W ashington, D.C. 20515

The Honorable George Miller

Ranking Member

U.S. House Committee on Education and the W orkforce

2181 Rayburn House Office Building

W ashington, D.C. 20515

RE: Issuance of Complaint Against The Boeing Company by Acting NLRB General

Counsel Lafe Solomon

Dear Sirs:

W e are writing to express the strong concerns of the members of HR Policy Association

regarding the issuance of a complaint by National Labor Relations Board Acting General

Counsel Lafe Solomon against The Boeing Company based on the company’s attempt to have an

honest, open discussion with its union regarding the location of a new line of production. HR

Policy Association is the lead public policy organization of chief human resource officers from

large employers. HR Policy Association consists of over 300 of the largest corporations doing

business in the United States and globally, many of whom have significant union representation

of their U.S. employees. Collectively our members employ more than 10 million Americans and

have a market capitalization of more than $7.5 trillion.

As we understand the facts in the case, it involves a decision by Boeing to open a second

line of production of its 787 Dreamliner airplane. The decision involved no transfer of existing

work or any loss of work by its employees in the State of W ashington who are represented by the

International Association of Machinists (IAM). The new work was to either be located in

www.hrpolicy.org

1 1 00 Thirteenth Street, NW

Suite 850

Washington, DC 20005

info@hrpolicy.org

202.789.8670

202.449.5648

NLRB-FOIA-00004373

April 22, 2011

Page 2

Washington or at a new facility in South Carolina. Since it was new work, the company had a

clear right under both the National Labor Relations Act and its contract with the IAM to put the

work in either location. However, the company decided nevertheless to discuss with the union

whether agreements could be achieved that would make it economically feasible to locate the

new work in Washington. Thus, it held extensive discussions in which the company expressed

its legitimate concerns about a history of work stoppages which could be economically

devastating going forward. The company sought to address these with a long-term contract that

contained a no strike clause, a common feature of most labor agreements. When these

negotiations stalled, the company decided to locate the work in South Carolina, with labor

stability being one of several factors.

The issuance of a complaint by Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon is disturbing on a

number of counts. First, it is an unprecedented departure from long-standing law in this area.

Second, it has been taken by someone who is a placeholder for a Presidential appointment

provided for by law, someone who has not been confirmed by Congress nor even appointed by

the President on a recess basis. He is simply a career employee holding the position in an acting

capacity, while his nomination is pending in Congress.

Yet, even more disturbing is the fact that, at a time when companies doing business in the

U.S. are engaged in intensive competition on a global scale, a company would be sanctioned for

engaging in open and honest discussions with its union about economic realities. If anything, the

NLRB should seek to ensure that employers and unions are able to speak freely with each other,

consistent with their rights under Section 8(c) of the National Labor Relations Act. Any failure

by the Board to protect those rights can only further harm the larger economic interests of

all Americans.

Therefore, we urge you to ask Mr. Solomon to either provide an adequate explanation as

to why his decision is fully consistent with existing law or withdraw the complaint.

We appreciate your attention in this matter.

Sincerely,

Daniel V. Yager

Chief Policy Officer & General Counsel

NLRB-FOIA-00004374

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Solomon, Lafe E.

Friday, April 22, 2011 2:38 PM

'mbabson@seyfarth.com'

FW : Letter to Congress

Boeing Letter 4.22.11.pdf

From: Daniel Yager [mailto:dyager@hrpolicy.org]

Sent: Friday, April 22, 2011 12:42 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.

Subject: Letter to Congress

Lafe—We’ve sent the attached letter to the Hill on the Boeing case and wanted to make sure you got it from us first.

We’ll distribute it more widely on Monday. Busy guy these days!

Dan Yager

HR Policy Association

202-789-8622

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004375

POLICY

ASSOCIATION

®

The Association of Chief Human Resource Officers

April 22, 2011

The Honorable Tom Harkin

Chairman

Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions

428 Senate Dirksen Office Building

W ashington, DC 20510

The Honorable Mike Enzi

Ranking Member

Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions

428 Senate Dirksen Office Building

W ashington, DC 20510

The Honorable John Kline

Chairman

U.S. House Committee on Education and the W orkforce

2181 Rayburn House Office Building

W ashington, D.C. 20515

The Honorable George Miller

Ranking Member

U.S. House Committee on Education and the W orkforce

2181 Rayburn House Office Building

W ashington, D.C. 20515

RE: Issuance of Complaint Against The Boeing Company by Acting NLRB General

Counsel Lafe Solomon

Dear Sirs:

W e are writing to express the strong concerns of the members of HR Policy Association

regarding the issuance of a complaint by National Labor Relations Board Acting General

Counsel Lafe Solomon against The Boeing Company based on the company’s attempt to have an

honest, open discussion with its union regarding the location of a new line of production. HR

Policy Association is the lead public policy organization of chief human resource officers from

large employers. HR Policy Association consists of over 300 of the largest corporations doing

business in the United States and globally, many of whom have significant union representation

of their U.S. employees. Collectively our members employ more than 10 million Americans and

have a market capitalization of more than $7.5 trillion.

As we understand the facts in the case, it involves a decision by Boeing to open a second

line of production of its 787 Dreamliner airplane. The decision involved no transfer of existing

work or any loss of work by its employees in the State of W ashington who are represented by the

International Association of Machinists (IAM). The new work was to either be located in

www.hrpolicy.org

1 1 00 Thirteenth Street, NW

Suite 850

Washington, DC 20005

info@hrpolicy.org

202.789.8670

202.449.5648

NLRB-FOIA-00004376

April 22, 2011

Page 2

Washington or at a new facility in South Carolina. Since it was new work, the company had a

clear right under both the National Labor Relations Act and its contract with the IAM to put the

work in either location. However, the company decided nevertheless to discuss with the union

whether agreements could be achieved that would make it economically feasible to locate the

new work in Washington. Thus, it held extensive discussions in which the company expressed

its legitimate concerns about a history of work stoppages which could be economically

devastating going forward. The company sought to address these with a long-term contract that

contained a no strike clause, a common feature of most labor agreements. When these

negotiations stalled, the company decided to locate the work in South Carolina, with labor

stability being one of several factors.

The issuance of a complaint by Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon is disturbing on a

number of counts. First, it is an unprecedented departure from long-standing law in this area.

Second, it has been taken by someone who is a placeholder for a Presidential appointment

provided for by law, someone who has not been confirmed by Congress nor even appointed by

the President on a recess basis. He is simply a career employee holding the position in an acting

capacity, while his nomination is pending in Congress.

Yet, even more disturbing is the fact that, at a time when companies doing business in the

U.S. are engaged in intensive competition on a global scale, a company would be sanctioned for

engaging in open and honest discussions with its union about economic realities. If anything, the

NLRB should seek to ensure that employers and unions are able to speak freely with each other,

consistent with their rights under Section 8(c) of the National Labor Relations Act. Any failure

by the Board to protect those rights can only further harm the larger economic interests of

all Americans.

Therefore, we urge you to ask Mr. Solomon to either provide an adequate explanation as

to why his decision is fully consistent with existing law or withdraw the complaint.

We appreciate your attention in this matter.

Sincerely,

Daniel V. Yager

Chief Policy Officer & General Counsel

NLRB-FOIA-00004377

Microsoft Outlook

From:

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Liebman, W ilma B.

Friday, April 22, 2011 2:55 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.

RE: Letter to Congress

Yes he sent it to me also.

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Friday, April 22, 2011 2:23 PM

To: Liebman, Wilma B.

Subject: FW: Letter to Congress

From: Daniel Yager [mailto:dyager@hrpolicy.org]

Sent: Friday, April 22, 2011 12:42 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.

Subject: Letter to Congress

Lafe—We’ve sent the attached letter to the Hill on the Boeing case and wanted to make sure you got it from us first.

We’ll distribute it more widely on Monday. Busy guy these days!

Dan Yager

HR Policy Association

202-789-8622

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004378

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To:

Subject:

Babson, Marshall [MBabson@seyfarth.com]

Friday, April 22, 2011 3:19 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.

RE: Letter to Congress

Thanks.

From: Solomon, Lafe E. [mailto:Lafe.Solomon@nlrb.gov]

Sent: Friday, April 22, 2011 2:38 PM

To: Babson, Marshall

Subject: FW: Letter to Congress

From: Daniel Yager [mailto:dyager@hrpolicy.org]

Sent: Friday, April 22, 2011 12:42 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.

Subject: Letter to Congress

Lafe—We’ve sent the attached letter to the Hill on the Boeing case and wanted to make sure you got it from us first.

We’ll distribute it more widely on Monday. Busy guy these days!

Dan Yager

HR Policy Association

202-789-8622

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Solomon, Lafe E.

Friday, April 22, 2011 3:34 PM

Liebman, W ilma B.

RE: Letter to Congress

I’m going to come see you in a bit if you are still around.

From: Liebman, Wilma B.

Sent: Friday, April 22, 2011 2:55 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.

Subject: RE: Letter to Congress

Yes he sent it to me also.

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Friday, April 22, 2011 2:23 PM

To: Liebman, Wilma B.

Subject: FW: Letter to Congress

From: Daniel Yager [mailto:dyager@hrpolicy.org]

Sent: Friday, April 22, 2011 12:42 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.

Subject: Letter to Congress

Lafe—We’ve sent the attached letter to the Hill on the Boeing case and wanted to make sure you got it from us first.

We’ll distribute it more widely on Monday. Busy guy these days!

Dan Yager

HR Policy Association

202-789-8622

1

NLRB-FOIA-00004380

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From:

Sent:

To:

Subject:

Liebman, W ilma B.

Friday, April 22, 2011 4:23 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.

RE: Letter to Congress

Come any time. I am here till 7 pm.

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Friday, April 22, 2011 3:34 PM

To: Liebman, Wilma B.

Subject: RE: Letter to Congress

I’m going to come see you in a bit if you are still around.

From: Liebman, Wilma B.

Sent: Friday, April 22, 2011 2:55 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.

Subject: RE: Letter to Congress

Yes he sent it to me also.

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Friday, April 22, 2011 2:23 PM

To: Liebman, Wilma B.

Subject: FW: Letter to Congress

From: Daniel Yager [mailto:dyager@hrpolicy.org]

Sent: Friday, April 22, 2011 12:42 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.

Subject: Letter to Congress

Lafe—We’ve sent the attached letter to the Hill on the Boeing case and wanted to make sure you got it from us first.

We’ll distribute it more widely on Monday. Busy guy these days!

Dan Yager

HR Policy Association

202-789-8622

1

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Bring federal labor law into the 21st century

Washington Examiner – 04/26/11 08:05 –

Words matched: Craig Becker

A New York Times headline in January told the story: "Union membership in U.S. fell

to 70-year low last year." The actual numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics

were even more dismal than suggested by the headline: Whereas at its peak in the

mid-1950s, nearly 40 percent of all employed American

...evident than at NLRB, where board member and former union lawyer Craig

Becker has pushed the union regulatory agenda to radical new extremes .

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GOP Field Shapes Up: Paul Plays, Haley Quits

FoxNews.com – 04/26/11 03:37 –

Words matched: Craig Becker

GOP Field Shapes Up: Paul Plays, Haley Quits; Dems Amass Cash For 2012

Attacks; NLRB Will Sue to Protect “Card Check” Paul’s In, Barbour’s Out, Who

Benefits? “There was some foot dragging, but I think everybody sees now that 18

months goes by pretty fast.

...that the Obama NLRB, including former AFL-CIO lawyer Craig Becker , added in

a controversial recess appointment after facing bipartisan opposition...

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The answer to Boeing’s labor dispute

Washington Post – 04/26/11 00:23 –

Words matched: Lafe Solomon

For high-stakes legal drama, it doesn’t get much bigger than last week’s filing by the

National Labor Relations Board charging that Boeing’s decision to open a big new

production facility in union-phobic South Carolina was motivated by a desire to

punish and intimidate the strike-prone union at its

...based on the complaint filed by the International Association of Machinists . Lafe

Solomon, the acting general counsel who made the decision, is...

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Ex-Labor Board Chairman: Union-Backed Case Against Boeing

'Unprecedented'

FoxNews.com – 04/26/11 00:09 –

Words matched: Lafe Solomon

The former chairman of the National Labor Relations Board told FoxNews.com that a

board attorney's bid to stop Boeing from opening a production line at a non-union site

in South Carolina is "unprecedented" and could have serious implications for

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companies looking to expand.

she said in an email to FoxNews.com. NLRB General Counsel Lafe Solomon cited

Boeing executives' comments on their desire to avoid strikes in ...

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Bring federal labor law into the 21st century

Washington Examiner – 04/26/11 08:05 –

Words matched: Labor Relations, NLRA, National Labor Relations Act

A New York Times headline in January told the story: "Union membership in U.S. fell

to 70-year low last year." The actual numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics

were even more dismal than suggested by the headline: Whereas at its peak in the

mid-1950s, nearly 40 percent of all employed American

...all the key positions at the Department of Labor and National Labor Relations

Board, surely the decline in union membership would be reversed .

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The answer to Boeing’s labor dispute

Washington Post – 04/26/11 00:23 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Act

For high-stakes legal drama, it doesn’t get much bigger than last week’s filing by the

National Labor Relations Board charging that Boeing’s decision to open a big new

production facility in union-phobic South Carolina was motivated by a desire to

punish and intimidate the strike-prone union at its

...moved to the more hospitable labor markets down South. But since the National

Labor Relations Act was passed in 1935, companies have had to be...

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Ex-Labor Board Chairman: Union-Backed Case Against Boeing

'Unprecedented'

FoxNews.com – 04/26/11 00:09 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Act

The former chairman of the National Labor Relations Board told FoxNews.com that a

board attorney's bid to stop Boeing from opening a production line at a non-union site

in South Carolina is "unprecedented" and could have serious implications for

companies looking to expand.

"A worker's right to strike is a fundamental right guaranteed by the National Labor

Relations Act," Solomon said in a statement. "We also recognize...

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No End To Stalemate In NFL Labor Dispute

The Post Chronicle – 04/27/11 07:00 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

There were no footballs thrown or tackles made on Tuesday, the first day after the

NFL's lockout was lifted, as the two feuding sides resumed where they left off the day

before.

...jurisdiction on labor disputes because they were a matter for the National Labor

Relations Board. The players then responded by asking Judge...

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Dumb and dumber: Obama's regulatory reform; Citings; Brief article

LexisNexis – 04/27/11 06:08 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

Suderman, Peter SINCE BARACK OBAMA became president, his administration has

issuedmyriad regulations affecting the health, finance, and technology sectors.

...and Exchange Commission, the Federal Communications Commission, and the

National Labor Relations Board --are exempt from the review because they...

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In defense of RINOs

WND – 04/27/11 01:22 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

Even though the next presidential election is still more than 500 days away, it's never

too soon to be prepared. After all, Obama hasn't stopped campaigning since Election

Day, 2008.

...sound fiscal policies. Do you think Republicans agree with Obama's National

Labor Relations Board that Boeing doesn't have the right to build...

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Analysis: Even legal experts unsure where NFL case headed

The Salt Lake Tribune – 04/27/11 01:17 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

What next? On Monday night, a federal judge in Minneapolis issued an injunction

lifting the NFL lockout. The league’s owners have asked the judge, Susan Richard

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Nelson, to issue a stay of the injunction, and she has given the players until

Wednesday morning to respond.

...emeritus at Stanford University Law School and a former chairman of the National

Labor Relations Board. This has been a very conservative court for...

Quirks of N.F.L.’s Case May Foil Anyone’s Guess

The New York Times – 04/26/11 21:36 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

What next? . . . On Monday night, a federal judge in Minneapolis issued an injunction

lifting the N.F.L. lockout. The league’s owners have asked the judge, Susan Richard

Nelson, to issue a stay of the injunction, and she has given the players until

Wednesday morning to respond.

...emeritus at Stanford University Law School and a former chairman of the National

Labor Relations Board. This has been a very conservative court for...

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Judge orders end to NFL lockout; league to appeal

Statesman.com – 04/26/11 21:14 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

ASSOCIATED PRESS MINNEAPOLIS — Seven weeks into the NFL lockout,

players have an early triumph over the owners in court. U.S. District Judge Susan

Richard Nelson ordered an immediate end to the lockout Monday, siding with the

players in their bitter fight with owners over how to divide the $9 billi

with an unfair negotiation charge against the players pending with the National

Labor Relations Board. In her ruling, Nelson rejected that contention .

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A few NFL players head back to work - sort of

CBS News – 04/26/11 20:23 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

Judge who stopped NFL lockout will take at least one more day to consider whether

she should put her order on hold

...with an unfair bargaining complaint against the players pending with the National

Labor Relations Board. In her ruling, Nelson rejected that...

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Recent NFL ruling could drastically alter NBA's labor strategy

Sports Illustrated – 04/26/11 19:50 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

U.S. District Judge Susan Nelson's decision Monday to enjoin the NFL's lockout is a

major setback for the league, which had had hoped to use the lockout to force

players into agreeing on a new collective bargaining agreement that would

substantially reduce players' earning capacity.

...script as the NFL: file an unfair labor practices charge with the National Labor

Relations Board (NLRB ) with the hope of preventing the union...

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Lifting of NFL lockout creates crazy day

MSN Fox Sports – 04/26/11 19:46 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

NEW YORK The day after a federal district judge ruled the league must lift its player

lockout, I asked a starting NFL player on Tuesday whether he reported to team

headquarters.

...because of past labor law and a pending ruling by the National Labor Relations

Board about whether the NFLPA illegally decertified as a union .

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Boeing starts building in S.C.

The Seattle Times – 04/26/11 19:00 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

Don’t bite the hand that feeds you Paraphrasing JFK, “Ask not what Boeing can do

for you, ask what you can do for Boeing.” In a stunning move, the National Labor

Relations Board, NLRB, a “neutral” government arbiter in labor/management

disputes, has sued Boeing.

ask what you can do for Boeing. In a stunning move, the National Labor Relations

Board, NLRB , a neutral government arbiter in labor/management ...

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Feds to sue Arizona over union voting

AZcentral.com – 04/26/11 18:45 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

The National Labor Relations Board plans to sue Arizona over a union-related ballot

measure passed by the state's voters last November. Proposition 113 amended the

Arizona Constitution, requiring workers who want to organize a labor union to have a

secret-ballot election.

Feds to sue Arizona over union voting The National Labor Relations Board plans

to sue Arizona over a union-related ballot measure passed by the...

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No end to stalemate in NFL labor dispute

Yahoo! News – 04/26/11 17:42 –

1 other source (FoxNews.com)

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

1 hr 55 mins ago SALVO, North Carolina (Reuters) – There were no footballs thrown

or tackles made on Tuesday, the first day after the NFL's lockout was lifted, as the

two feuding sides resumed where they left off the day before.

...jurisdiction on labor disputes because they were a matter for the National Labor

Relations Board. The players then responded by asking Judge...

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NFL: No 'football' activities for now

MSN Fox Sports – 04/26/11 17:22 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) The NFL is a long way from playing football. One confusing day

after a federal judge ended a 45-day lockout, small groups of players showed up at

team facilities Tuesday — let inside but told they would not be allowed to work out.

...with an unfair bargaining complaint against the players pending with the National

Labor Relations Board. In her ruling, Nelson rejected that...

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NFL LOCKOUT LIFTED - BUT IT'S STILL STATUS QUO AS OWNERS APPEAL

INJUNCTION

LexisNexis – 04/26/11 17:16 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

BART HUBBUCH Game on . . . maybe. The NFL's labor battle turned chaotic late

yesterday afternoon when a federal judge handed the players a big victory with an

injunction that could lift the lockout and put the sport back in business within a matter

of days.

...arguments unpersuasive," Nelson wrote, adding that she also expects the National

Labor Relations Board to affirm the union's decision to decertify .

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Judging from results, players' legal strategy is working; NFL appeal likely puts

ball in another court

LexisNexis – 04/26/11 17:13 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

Jarrett Bell It's not over yet. Players scored a key victory and gained significant

momentum with the 89-page ruling from U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson

on Monday to grant an injunction that lifts the NFL's lockout, but the league appealed

the decision Monday night so the game remains on

...rejected the NFL's claim that the case should defer to the National Labor

Relations Board, with which the league filed an unfair labor practice...

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Judge lifts lockout; NFL files appeal

LexisNexis – 04/26/11 17:13 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

sean jensen. sjensen@suntimes.com Don't expect a Black Friday-like buying frenzy

among NFL owners today. Although U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson lifted

the NFL's lockout Monday in a decidedly pro-players ruling, the league already has

filed an expedited appeal with the U.

...Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, which a former chairman of the National Labor

Relations Board insisted is the ''most conservative in the country .''

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Judge rules in favor of NFL players

LexisNexis – 04/26/11 17:13 –

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Gary Mihoces Citing public interest and the threat of irreparable harm to players, a

federal judge Monday ordered the NFL to end its lockout. The league quickly filed an

appeal and said it would ask the judge to delay the order pending the outcome.

...NFL called the move a sham that should be reviewed by the National Labor

Relations Board. Nelson ruled the decertification valid and effective .

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Judge orders end to lockout; NFL begins appeal

LexisNexis – 04/26/11 17:12 –

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Dave Campbell, The Associated Pres ST. PAUL, Minn. -- A federal judge on Monday

ordered an end to the NFL lockout, giving the players an early victory in their fight

with the owners over how to divide the $9 billion business.

...lockout and suggested Nelson didn't have jurisdiction while the National Labor

Relations Board considers an unfair-labor charge filed by the...

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One Texans player reports for work at Reliant

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Share Email Close [X] Cornerback Antwaun Molden was the only Texans player to

appear at Reliant Stadium on Tuesday. While Molden's teammates worked out at

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Rice and Plex, as they have been for weeks, Molden went to the stadium because

judge Susan Nelson ruled in favor of the players and lifted the

...with an unfair bargaining complaint against the players pending with the National

Labor Relations Board. In her ruling, Nelson rejected that...

Judge awaits players' response before ruling on stay

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2 hrs 18 mins ago SALVO, North Carolina (Reuters) – The judge who ordered the

NFL to end the player lockout wants at least another day before deciding whether to

put her order on hold after the league appealed her ruling.

...jurisdiction on labor disputes because they were a matter for the National Labor

Relations Board. The players responded by asking Judge Nelson...

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NFL Players Head Back To Work, Not Allowed To Work Out

The Huffington Post – 04/26/11 10:49 –

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MINNEAPOLIS — The NFL is a long way from playing football again. Handfuls of

players showed up at team facilities Tuesday morning, let inside but told they would

not be allowed to work out.

...with an unfair bargaining accusation against the players pending with the National

Labor Relations Board. In her ruling, Nelson rejected that...

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The White House vs. Boeing: A Tennessee Tale

The Wall Street Journal - World News – 04/26/11 10:30 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

Our auto industry took off because workers could choose whether or not to join a

union.

...workers could choose whether or not to join a union. The National Labor

Relations Board has moved to stop Boeing from building airplanes at a...

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Bring federal labor law into the 21st century

Washington Examiner – 04/26/11 08:05 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

A New York Times headline in January told the story: "Union membership in U.S. fell

to 70-year low last year." The actual numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics

were even more dismal than suggested by the headline: Whereas at its peak in the

mid-1950s, nearly 40 percent of all employed American

...favorites in all the key positions at the Department of Labor and National Labor

Relations Board, surely the decline in union membership would be...

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Obama goes for another CEO's scalp

Washington Examiner – 04/26/11 08:05 –

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Will President Obama succeed in firing his second CEO? Having ousted Rick

Wagoner from the top job at General Motors two years ago last month, the chief

executive has now set his sights on the obscure, 80-year-old head of drugmaker

Forest Laboratories.

...operate, and with what kind of workers. Last week, Obama's National Labor

Relations Board initiated a dispute with Boeing Corp. over its decision to...

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GOP Field Shapes Up: Paul Plays, Haley Quits

FoxNews.com – 04/26/11 03:37 –

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GOP Field Shapes Up: Paul Plays, Haley Quits; Dems Amass Cash For 2012

Attacks; NLRB Will Sue to Protect “Card Check” Paul’s In, Barbour’s Out, Who

Benefits? “There was some foot dragging, but I think everybody sees now that 18

months goes by pretty fast.

...Shapes Up: Paul Plays, Haley Quits; Dems Amass Cash For 2012 Attacks ; NLRB

Will Sue to Protect Card Check Paul s In, Barbour s Out, Who Benefits ?

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Lockout Lifted, for Now, N.F.L. and Players Are Unclear on How to Proceed

The New York Times – 04/26/11 02:50 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

From the players who showed up for a workout, only to be told they could not get into

the weight room, to the lawyers who asked a federal judge to clarify exactly what she

wanted them to do now, the N.

...said that she had discretion to decide whether to cede jurisdiction to the National

Labor Relations Board. The league filed a charge with the N.L.R.B .

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The answer to Boeing’s labor dispute

Washington Post – 04/26/11 00:23 –

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For high-stakes legal drama, it doesn’t get much bigger than last week’s filing by the

National Labor Relations Board charging that Boeing’s decision to open a big new

production facility in union-phobic South Carolina was motivated by a desire to

punish and intimidate the strike-prone union at its

it doesn t get much bigger than last week s filing by the National Labor Relations

Board charging that Boeing s decision to open a big new production...

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Ex-Labor Board Chairman: Union-Backed Case Against Boeing

'Unprecedented'

FoxNews.com – 04/26/11 00:09 –

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The former chairman of the National Labor Relations Board told FoxNews.com that a

board attorney's bid to stop Boeing from opening a production line at a non-union site

in South Carolina is "unprecedented" and could have serious implications for

companies looking to expand.

Union-Backed Case Against Boeing 'Unprecedented' The former chairman of the

National Labor Relations Board told FoxNews.com that a board attorney's...

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Trickle Of NFL Players Head Back To Work - Sort Of

TheDenverChannel.com – 04/25/11 18:11 –

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Ruling Gives Players Early Victory In Fight

...with an unfair bargaining complaint against the players pending with the National

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Recent NFL ruling could drastically alter NBA's labor strategy

Sports Illustrated – 04/26/11 19:50 –

Words matched: unfair labor practices

U.S. District Judge Susan Nelson's decision Monday to enjoin the NFL's lockout is a

major setback for the league, which had had hoped to use the lockout to force

players into agreeing on a new collective bargaining agreement that would

substantially reduce players' earning capacity.

...would, in turn, follow the same script as the NFL: file an unfair labor practices

charge with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB ) with the hope...

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Judging from results, players' legal strategy is working; NFL appeal likely puts

ball in another court

LexisNexis – 04/26/11 17:13 –

Words matched: unfair labor practice

Jarrett Bell It's not over yet. Players scored a key victory and gained significant

momentum with the 89-page ruling from U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson

on Monday to grant an injunction that lifts the NFL's lockout, but the league appealed

the decision Monday night so the game remains on

...the National Labor Relations Board, with which the league filed an unfair labor

practice charge that is still pending. Quinn said he hoped the...

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From:

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To:

Subject:

Exemption 6
W ednesday, April 27, 2011 9:37 AM

Solomon, Lafe E.

A word of support

Dear Mr. Solomon,

I

Exemption 6

think we might have had a handshake once or twice; no particular reason you should remember this.

I was distressed to read the comments of Senator Dement last week following the decision to issue complaint

against Boeing. I then remembered that as a retiree, I no longer have to keep my mouth shut. It could just as

easily been me investigating that case and Wayne Gold making the decision on the merits. Ultimately, of

course, it's the GC's decision.

I decided to write to Senator Dement. I told him the NLRA is still law, and it establishes an NLRB to enforce the

Act. I said the Board'semployees take an oath similar to the one he took, and in the scores of meetings I

participated in over more thantwo decades, I never heard any official attempt to pursue any agenda other

than enforcing the Act. I said that although I am not currently a Christian, I was raised in a devoutly Catholic

household, and I don't know how he can profess to be a Christian, born again or otherwise, and make such

unwarranted and unkind remarks on Holy Thursday, of all days. Finally, I told him that where I come from, if

he were to walk into a bar and start calling other patrons "thugs," he might leave with a few less teeth.

I don't expect you to endorse any of my views, but frankly, I am tired of seeing dedicated public servants sit

quiet and take this kind of crap. And with the entire South Carolina Congressional delegation and others

howling over this, I am not going to sit quiet. If this case doesn't settle, your field attorneys will prevail, and

then they will have a go at the ALJ, I suppose.

Hang in there. Your work is important and you should not have to take this.

Exemption 6

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Mattina, Celeste J.

W ednesday, April 27, 2011 12:57 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.

Ahearn, Richard L.

Boeing

Great article in the Post. This one and yesterday’s NYT op ed have been the best so

far. Greenhouse’s article seemed to be inaccurate in certain respects.

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Cromer pub landlady set for adventure in retirement

Eastern Daily Press – 04/27/11 13:05 –

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A landlady who has spent decades running bars in North Norfolk is retiring from the

hubbub of the pub - to tackle a 700-mile cycle ride and take a tilt at Mount Everest

base camp.

...a pub, with meeting rooms that can be hired by local organisations, under new

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What's On Guide: April 28 to May 4

The White Haven News – 04/27/11 09:32 –

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Your guide to exhibitions, movies, music, theatre, arts and community events for the

week ahead...

...for the week ahead... Exhibitions Egremont: Paintings and Prints, Mark Pearce

and Jane Rousseau, Lowes Court Gallery, until June 14. Whitehaven :

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Wales Golf Holiday Company set to grow 25% after a move to new premises in

Cardiff

Wales Online – 04/27/11 08:21 –

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A FIRM which organises golfing holidays is set to increase turnover by 25% this year

after moving to new premises in Cardiff. The Wales Golf Holiday Company

specialises in organising golfing holidays across Wales.

...turnover of £1m, was created in 2007 when Ian Richardson and Mark Pearce, who

both ran similar separate golfing companies, decided to merge and...

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Center for Labor and Employment Law Hosts Conference on Theology and

Work

St John's University – 04/26/11 12:10 –

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“Stand with us!”

...many roles is to expand wages beyond the market level. Hon. Wilma Liebman ,

Chairman of the NLRB, moderated the conference s highly anticipated ...

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Would Unions Be Good For Small Businesses?

CNBC – 04/27/11 14:23 –

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One of the administration’s goals is to make it much easier for unions to organize

employees at our nation’s firms. “Card Check” was high on the legislative agenda.

...legislative agenda. President Obama made a recess appointment to the National

Labor Relations Board of a former lawyer for the The Service Employees...

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Wake Up, Get Real!

The Huffington Post – 04/26/11 13:07 –

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The headline, "Is Boeing in trouble here?", reveals that this country needs a wake-up

call. Boeing is being sued by the National Labor Relations Board for locating some of

its 787 Dreamliner production to South Carolina.

...needs a wake-up call. Boeing is being sued by the National Labor Relations

Board for locating some of its 787 Dreamliner production to South...

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Judge orders end to lockout

NewsObserver.com – 04/26/11 06:35 –

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MINNEAPOLIS -- After seven weeks of bitter back and forth, failed talks and growing

uncertainty about the 2011 season, a federal judge has ordered an immediate end to

the NFL lockout.

...with an unfair negotiation charge against the players pending with the National

Labor Relations Board. In her ruling, Nelson rejected that contention .

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LOU DOBBS TONIGHT for April 25, 2011

LexisNexis – 04/25/11 13:15 –

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LOU DOBBS, FOX BUSINESS HOST: Thank you, Charles. A day of raging violence

in the Middle East as NATO bombards Moammar Gadhafi's Tripoli compound. Syrian

troops firing on unarmed civilians.

...fight for five years. The concerns about card check the fact the national labor

relations board is stacked with Democrats now. It is a major ...

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Goodell uncertain about return to action

MSN Fox Sports – 04/27/11 13:28 –

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NEW YORK Even NFL commissioner Roger Goodell doesn't know what rules will be

in place for the 2011 season if the league is forced to lift its player lockout.

Goodell, though, said the Brady vs. NFL lawsuit alleging unfair labor practices is

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Solomon, Lafe E.

W ednesday, April 27, 2011 6:03 PM

Liebman, W ilma B.; Cleeland, Nancy

Fwd: A word of support

From:

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Sent from my mobile

Begin forwarded message:

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From:
Date: April 27, 2011 6:36:47 AM PDT

To: "Solomon, Lafe E." <Lafe.Solomon@nlrb.gov>

Subject: A word of support

Dear Mr. Solomon,

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Exemption 6

I think we might have had a handshake once or twice; no particular reason you

should remember this.

I was distressed to read the comments of Senator Dement last week following the decision to

issue complaint against Boeing. I then remembered that as a retiree, I no longer have to keep

my mouth shut. It could just as easily been me investigating that case and Wayne Gold making

the decision on the merits. Ultimately, of course, it's the GC's decision.

I decided to write to Senator Dement. I told him the NLRA is still law, and it establishes an NLRB

to enforce the Act. I said the Board'semployees take an oath similar to the one he took, and in

the scores of meetings I participated in over more thantwo decades, I never heard any official

attempt to pursue any agenda other than enforcing the Act. I said that although I am not

currently a Christian, I was raised in a devoutly Catholic household, and I don't know how he

can profess to be a Christian, born again or otherwise, and make such unwarranted and unkind

remarks on Holy Thursday, of all days. Finally, I told him that where I come from, if he were to

walk into a bar and start calling other patrons "thugs," he might leave with a few less teeth.

I don't expect you to endorse any of my views, but frankly, I am tired of seeing dedicated public

servants sit quiet and take this kind of crap. And with the entire South Carolina Congressional

delegation and others howling over this, I am not going to sit quiet. If this case doesn't settle,

your field attorneys will prevail, and then they will have a go at the ALJ, I suppose.

Hang in there. Your work is important and you should not have to take this.

Exemption 6

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Cleeland, Nancy

W ednesday, April 27, 2011 6:08 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.; Liebman, W ilma B.

RE: A word of support

From:

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Subject:

Do you think this is a typo or intentional??? Senator Dement

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 6:03 PM

To: Liebman, Wilma B.; Cleeland, Nancy

Subject: Fwd: A word of support

Sent from my mobile

Begin forwarded message:

Exemption 6
From:
Date: April 27, 2011 6:36:47 AM PDT

To: "Solomon, Lafe E." <Lafe.Solomon@nlrb.gov>

Subject: A word of support

Dear Mr. Solomon,

Exemption 6

I think we might have had a handshake once or twice; no particular reason you

should remember this.

I was distressed to read the comments of Senator Dement last week following the decision to

issue complaint against Boeing. I then remembered that as a retiree, I no longer have to keep

my mouth shut. It could just as easily been me investigating that case and Wayne Gold making

the decision on the merits. Ultimately, of course, it's the GC's decision.

I decided to write to Senator Dement. I told him the NLRA is still law, and it establishes an NLRB

to enforce the Act. I said the Board'semployees take an oath similar to the one he took, and in

the scores of meetings I participated in over more thantwo decades, I never heard any official

attempt to pursue any agenda other than enforcing the Act. I said that although I am not

currently a Christian, I was raised in a devoutly Catholic household, and I don't know how he

can profess to be a Christian, born again or otherwise, and make such unwarranted and unkind

remarks on Holy Thursday, of all days. Finally, I told him that where I come from, if he were to

walk into a bar and start calling other patrons "thugs," he might leave with a few less teeth.
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I don't expect you to endorse any of my views, but frankly, I am tired of seeing dedicated public

servants sit quiet and take this kind of crap. And with the entire South Carolina Congressional

delegation and others howling over this, I am not going to sit quiet. If this case doesn't settle,

your field attorneys will prevail, and then they will have a go at the ALJ, I suppose.

Hang in there. Your work is important and you should not have to take this.

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Solomon, Lafe E.

W ednesday, April 27, 2011 6:36 PM

Liebman, W ilma B.; Cleeland, Nancy

Fwd: Chief Organizer Blog

From:

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To:

Subject:

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NLRB employee
From:
Date: April 27, 2011 11:49:25 AM PDT

To: "Solomon, Lafe E." <Lafe.Solomon@nlrb.gov>

Subject: FW: Chief Organizer Blog

Lafe: don't know if you might get this otherwise but thought I would pass on Wade Rathke's

thoughts...he was the former head of Acorn. Also spoke with a labor friend to day (atty with a

union) who unsolicited spoke about how impressed everyone is with all you have

been attempting to do and accomplishing.

From:

NLRB em...

NLRB employee

Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 2:44 PM

To:

NLRB employee

Subject: Fwd: Chief Organizer Blog

---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: Wade Rathke: Chief Organizer Blog <acorncanada@gmail.com>

Date: Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 2:13 PM

Subject: Chief Organizer Blog

To:

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Chief Organizer Blog

Labor Board Grows a Set

Posted: 27 Apr 2011 05:54 AM PDT

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Seattle As union membership falls to record lows and seems now headed to only

5% of private sector density and with recent assaults on public sector unionization may be pushed below 20% density

there soon as well, it is worth remembering that collective bargaining remains a clearly articulated, foundational

purpose of labor law ensconced directly in the language and purpose of the National Labor Relations Act almost 70

years ago. (For more on this see Bruce Boccardy’s on-line piece for Social Policy at: http://bit.ly/gP6wUg)

It almost seems that the NLRB and its General Counsel may have been reading the news from Wisconsin, Ohio, New

Hampshire and so many elsewheres, shaken themselves out of their slumber and realized that if they didn’t get on

the stick there was no future for that bastion of labor bureaucracy and white collar legalisms. I’m not sure this is a

development that will make the new “business first” White House happy, but the Board may have grown a set.

In a matter of days they have first issued a dramatic complaint arguing that Seattle-based Boeing was so blatant in

relocating production of one of its new planes to company friendly and union baiting South Carolina, that they

committed such severe unfair labor practices that the impact of the complaint could force the company to spend

hundreds of millions to repatriate the work back to union workers and a union contract in Seattle. This case is all the

talk here, and despite the company’sunion membership, private sector, Bruce Boccardy, collective bar protestations,

the case is more solid that the business community would like to have the biscuit cookers believe. The NLRB for a

refreshing change is staking out a position that pissing all over the union and its legitimate section 7 rights to strike

and maintain its side of the bargain in collective agreements should not give a company a green light to run away to

greener, anti-union pastures.

Days later the NLRB announced that they are suing state governments in Arizona and North Dakota (what’s wrong

with our brothers and sisters of the South here?!?) for promoting ballot propositions that would make “card check”

(voluntary, non-election procedures where majority support for unions is determined by showing the authorization

cards to employers or neutral third parties) illegal. Clearly state efforts to mess with long established recognition

procedures protected by federal law are preempted, but more usually the NLRB might have pussyfooted around and

waited until such measures were introduced and actually approved by voters before entering the lists and waging

their part of the fight. This one is a slam dunk it would see, though why the NLRB claimed it was not suing Utah and

South Dakota, which are trying to create the same card check bars, because they “didn’t have enough money,” seems

odd.

I would also bet that another shoe is about to drop and that they will also issue a complaint in favor of the NFL

Players Association and against the owners in this marquee labor lockout and bargaining struggle, but no sense in

getting ahead of myself.

The NLRB actually fulfilling it’s legal mandate and protecting collective bargaining and workers’ rights would be a

st

Century during this dark night for all of us and our unions.
novel and refreshing change in the early days of the 21

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From: Solomon, Lafe E.

To: Liebman, Wilma B.; Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Wed Apr 27 18:36:21 2011

Subject: Fwd: Chief Organizer Blog

Sent from my mobile

Begin forwarded message:

From:

NLRB Employee
Date: April 27, 2011 11:49:25 AM PDT

To: "Solomon, Lafe E." <Lafe.Solomon@nlrb.gov>

Subject: FW: Chief Organizer Blog

Lafe: don't know if you might get this otherwise but thought I would pass on Wade Rathke's

thoughts...he was the former head of Acorn. Also spoke with a labor friend to day (atty with a

union) who unsolicited spoke about how impressed everyone is with all you have

been attempting to do and accomplishing.

From:

NLRB Employ...

NLRB Employee

Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 2:44 PM

To:

NLRB Employee

Subject: Fwd: Chief Organizer Blog

---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: Wade Rathke: Chief Organizer Blog <acorncanada@gmail.com>

Date: Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 2:13 PM

Subject: Chief Organizer Blog

To:

NLRB Employee

Chief Organizer Blog

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Labor Board Grows a Set

Posted: 27 Apr 2011 05:54 AM PDT

Seattle As union membership falls to record lows and seems now headed to only

5% of private sector density and with recent assaults on public sector unionization may be pushed below 20% density

there soon as well, it is worth remembering that collective bargaining remains a clearly articulated, foundational

purpose of labor law ensconced directly in the language and purpose of the National Labor Relations Act almost 70

years ago. (For more on this see Bruce Boccardy’s on-line piece for Social Policy at: http://bit.ly/gP6wUg)

It almost seems that the NLRB and its General Counsel may have been reading the news from Wisconsin, Ohio, New

Hampshire and so many elsewheres, shaken themselves out of their slumber and realized that if they didn’t get on

the stick there was no future for that bastion of labor bureaucracy and white collar legalisms. I’m not sure this is a

development that will make the new “business first” White House happy, but the Board may have grown a set.

In a matter of days they have first issued a dramatic complaint arguing that Seattle-based Boeing was so blatant in

relocating production of one of its new planes to company friendly and union baiting South Carolina, that they

committed such severe unfair labor practices that the impact of the complaint could force the company to spend

hundreds of millions to repatriate the work back to union workers and a union contract in Seattle. This case is all the

talk here, and despite the company’sunion membership, private sector, Bruce Boccardy, collective bar protestations,

the case is more solid that the business community would like to have the biscuit cookers believe. The NLRB for a

refreshing change is staking out a position that pissing all over the union and its legitimate section 7 rights to strike

and maintain its side of the bargain in collective agreements should not give a company a green light to run away to

greener, anti-union pastures.

Days later the NLRB announced that they are suing state governments in Arizona and North Dakota (what’s wrong

with our brothers and sisters of the South here?!?) for promoting ballot propositions that would make “card check”

(voluntary, non-election procedures where majority support for unions is determined by showing the authorization

cards to employers or neutral third parties) illegal. Clearly state efforts to mess with long established recognition

procedures protected by federal law are preempted, but more usually the NLRB might have pussyfooted around and

waited until such measures were introduced and actually approved by voters before entering the lists and waging

their part of the fight. This one is a slam dunk it would see, though why the NLRB claimed it was not suing Utah and

South Dakota, which are trying to create the same card check bars, because they “didn’t have enough money,” seems

odd.

I would also bet that another shoe is about to drop and that they will also issue a complaint in favor of the NFL

Players Association and against the owners in this marquee labor lockout and bargaining struggle, but no sense in

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NLRB, States Spar Over Union Ballots

Law.com – 04/28/11 02:04 –

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"We'll see you in court." That was the message the National Labor Relations Board

sent four state attorneys general last Friday in response to their refusal to back down

on secret ballot union elections.

...April 25 response to the attorneys general, acting NLRB general counsel Lafe

Solomon said he'd direct his staff to file suit against Arizona ...

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FoxNews.com – 04/27/11 21:22 –

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Unions were a key piece of President Obama’s winning campaign puzzle in 2008,

but some say they’ll change their strategy for the 2012 elections. “We’ve decided to

freeze all contributions to federal candidates, federal committees and federal

candidate PACs in order to really refocus on battles we a

...regulating labor disputes. Last week, Acting NLRB General Counsel Lafe

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NLRB will sue Ariz., SD over union laws

Sify – 04/27/11 18:00 –

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The National Labor Relations Board says it will move ahead with lawsuits seeking to

invalidate state constitutional amendments in Arizona and South Dakota that require

workers to hold secret ballot elections before a company can be unionized.

according to an April 22 letter from the agency's acting general counsel , Lafe

Solomon. It's the latest in a series of high-profile steps the...

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IC South London – 04/27/11 04:17 –

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A CARER with large debts stole cash from her 92-year-old client when she ignored a

£30 parking fine and was left facing a £880 bill. Belinda Dent, 43, was caught when

marked notes were found in her purse, and today (Wednesday) she was given a 12-

week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months.

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Labor and Employment: NLRB Urged To Change Arbitration Deferral Policy

Connecticut Law Tribune – 04/25/11 18:53 –

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Process likely to become more cumbersome for employers

...new approach. The analysis has been completed and current General Counsel

Lafe Solomon has urged the board to modify its approach and apply a...

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Labor and Employment: New NLRB Leadership Launches Pro-Labor Agenda

Connecticut Law Tribune – 04/25/11 18:52 –

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Board looks to reverse decisions made by Bush era members

...her appointment in January 2009, National Labor Relations Board chair Wilma

Liebman has not been shy in publicizing her pro-labor philosophy ...

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Pulling Labor Law Out of Thin Air

National Review Online – 04/28/11 04:00 –

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A vague and meaningless law threatens Boeing.

...and meaningless law threatens Boeing. Last week, the National Labor Relations

Board s general counsel acting at the behest of the International ...

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Players Win Another Round, NFL Lockout Remains Lifted

CBS New York – 04/28/11 07:12 –

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Whether that includes rules for free agency, the NFL draft that begins Thursday night

or simply whether players can talk with their coaches was anyone’s guess.

...bad-faith negotiation against the players was still pending with the National Labor

Relations Board. The league also said it shouldn t be subject...

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NFL loses another round, lockout remains lifted

The Seattle Times – 04/28/11 06:35 –

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The NFL has promised to give its teams guidance on what to do after another

stinging rebuke from the same federal judge who lifted the lockout.

...of bad-faith negotiation against the players was still pending with the National

Labor Relations Board. The league also said it shouldn 't be...

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In Denver speech, U.S. Chamber official accuses NLRB of "regulatory

overreach"

AllVoices – 04/28/11 04:08 –

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Board, where labor policy is implemented and where a Democratic majority has

signaled a pro-labor orientation. Unions "made a strategic shift from advocating for

new legislation to advocating for greater regulation," U.

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A vague and meaningless law threatens Boeing.

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Judge rejects bid to restore lockout, NFL to give teams guidance, take fight to

appeals court

Newser – 04/28/11 03:36 –

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Yahoo Buzz The NFL has promised to give its teams guidance on what to do after

another stinging rebuke from the same federal judge who lifted the lockout.

...of bad-faith negotiation against the players was still pending with the National

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Judge denies NFL request

Boston.com – 04/28/11 03:31 –

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Decision headed to appeals court

...bad-faith negotiation against the players was still pending with the National Labor

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The Thursday wrap

Pittsburgh Tribune Review – 04/28/11 02:00 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

Rick flips: Former U.S. Rep. and Sen. Rick Santorum, R-Pa., now calls his vote for

the Medicare prescription drug benefit "a mistake." Well, of course he does — he's

toying with a run for president and trying to pass himself off as a fiscal conservative.

...billions for manufacturers. Egads: Barack Obama's weaponized National Labor

Relations Board says it will sue Arizona and South Dakota because...

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NFL shot down by judge

Statesman.com – 04/28/11 01:32 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

ASSOCIATED PRESS MINNEAPOLIS — The NFL is falling behind in its court fight

with the players over the future of the $9 billion business. The federal judge who

lifted the NFL lockout two days ago dealt another blow to the league late

Wednesday, denying its request to put her ruling on hold pending

...bad-faith negotiation against the players was still pending with the National Labor

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Judge denies NFL request to freeze lockout ruling

The Huffington Post – 04/28/11 01:28 –

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MINNEAPOLIS — The NFL is falling behind in its court fight with the players over the

future of the $9 billion business. The federal judge who lifted the lockout two days

ago dealt another blow to the league late Wednesday, denying its request to put her

ruling on hold pending appeals and guaranteei

...of bad-faith negotiation against the players was still pending with the National

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Bernanke v. NLRB: No Contest

Barron's Online – 04/28/11 01:05 –

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The Fed tries to create jobs, but just boosts inflation as the NLRB thwarts Boeing's

attempt to expand.

Bernanke v. NLRB : No Contest The Fed tries to create jobs, but just boosts inflation

as the NLRB thwarts Boeing's attempt to expand. All eyes...

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Judge's ruling means NFL must get back to work -- sans restrictions

Sports Illustrated – 04/28/11 00:21 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

Breaking down Wednesday's ruling by Judge Susan Nelson denying the NFL's

request for a stay of her lockout decision ... 1. What does Judge Nelson's decision

mean? It means that NFL teams must resume business operations and allow players

to work out, practice and conduct other normal activities.

...novel questions of how labor and antitrust laws, along with the National Labor

Relations Board and courts, interact with one another during a...

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NFL Lockout 2011: Judge Denies League's Request To Put Her Ruling On Hold

The Huffington Post – 04/27/11 22:50 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

MINNEAPOLIS -- The NFL is falling behind in its court fight with the players over the

future of the $9 billion business. The federal judge who lifted the NFL lockout two

days ago dealt another blow to the league late Wednesday, denying its request to

put her ruling on hold pending appeals and guara

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Unions Take the Fight to the States

FoxNews.com – 04/27/11 21:22 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

Unions were a key piece of President Obama’s winning campaign puzzle in 2008,

but some say they’ll change their strategy for the 2012 elections. “We’ve decided to

freeze all contributions to federal candidates, federal committees and federal

candidate PACs in order to really refocus on battles we a

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Relations Board, the executive-branch agency charged with regulating...

Haley: GOP candidates should talk about unions

Statesman.com – 04/27/11 17:35 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

The Associated Press COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley said

Wednesday she wants Republican presidential hopefuls, who will be debating in her

state shortly, to address how they would deal with unions and a complaint filed by

the National Labor Relations Board.

...they would deal with unions and a complaint filed by the National Labor Relations

Board. The first presidential primary debate is scheduled next...

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against Boeing

The Seattle Times – 04/27/11 16:46 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley said Wednesday she wants Republican presidential

hopefuls, who will be debating in her state shortly, to address how they would deal

with unions and a complaint filed by the National Labor Relations Board.

S.C. Gov. Haley: GOP candidates should talk about unions, NLRB complaint against

Boeing South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley said Wednesday she wants ...

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Birthers have helped Obama, at least for now

Washington Examiner – 04/27/11 08:05 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

It's a boom time for anti-Obama conspiracy theorists. The birth certificate issue is

back in the headlines. A new book questions whether Bill Ayers authored Obama's

memoir.

...unprecedented long-term debt challenges. Meanwhile, Obama's National Labor

Relations Board has continued its assault on businesses and workers at...

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NFL, Players Head Back To Court

The Huffington Post – 04/27/11 07:19 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The NFL is falling behind in its court fight with the players

over the future of the $9 billion business. The federal judge who lifted the NFL

lockout two days ago dealt another blow to the league late Wednesday, denying its

request to put her ruling on hold pending appeals and

...bad-faith negotiation against the players was still pending with the National Labor

Relations Board. The league also argued that it shouldn't...

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Dumb and dumber: Obama's regulatory reform; Citings; Brief article

LexisNexis – 04/27/11 06:08 –

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Suderman, Peter SINCE BARACK OBAMA became president, his administration has

issuedmyriad regulations affecting the health, finance, and technology sectors.

...and Exchange Commission, the Federal Communications Commission, and the

National Labor Relations Board --are exempt from the review because they...

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Judge Denies N.F.L. Request to Freeze Lockout Ruling

The New York Times – 04/27/11 02:20 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The NFL is falling behind in its court fight with the players

over the future of the $9 billion business. . . . The federal judge who lifted the lockout

two days ago dealt another blow to the league late Wednesday, denying its request

to put her ruling on hold pending appeals

...of bad-faith negotiation against the players was still pending with the National

Labor Relations Board. The league also said it shouldn 't be...

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Lockout 'blues' at HealthNow union says

Buffalo Business First – 04/26/11 07:50 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

Hundreds of employees at BlueCross BlueShield of WNY are rallying outside the

downtown health insurance company following a company lockout of 390 union

members.

...workforce by providing job security? Both sides are looking to the National Labor

Relations Board for help. The company filed two unfair labor...

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Judge lifts NFL lockout, league vows appeal

KFSN-TV Fresno – 04/25/11 18:58 –

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MINNEAPOLIS -- After seven weeks of bitter back and forth, failed talks and growing

uncertainty about the 2011 season, a federal judge has ordered an immediate end to

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...with an unfair negotiation charge against the players pending with the National

Labor Relations Board. In her ruling, Nelson rejected that contention .

Judge orders end to NFL lockout, league to appeal

AZcentral.com – 04/25/11 18:44 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

MINNEAPOLIS -- After seven weeks of bitter back and forth, failed talks and growing

uncertainty about the 2011 season, a federal judge has ordered an immediate end to

the NFL lockout.

...with an unfair negotiation charge against the players pending with the National

Labor Relations Board. In her ruling, Nelson rejected that contention .

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National Review Online – 04/28/11 04:00 –

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A vague and meaningless law threatens Boeing.

...s decisions on appeal. According to the law, it is an unfair labor practice for an

employer to interfere with, restrain, or coerce employees ...

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Judge's ruling means NFL must get back to work -- sans restrictions

Sports Illustrated – 04/28/11 00:21 –

Words matched: unfair labor practices

Breaking down Wednesday's ruling by Judge Susan Nelson denying the NFL's

request for a stay of her lockout decision ... 1. What does Judge Nelson's decision

mean? It means that NFL teams must resume business operations and allow players

to work out, practice and conduct other normal activities.

...not), the NLRB will determine whether the NFLPA engaged in unfair labor

practices by decertifying. While that hearing will be significant in...

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Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 12:43 PM

To: Liebman, Wilma B.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Schiff, Robert

Subject: from cnn - state of the union - producer

Hi – I got this message just now from the executive producer at CNN’s State of the Union Sunday show (Candy Crowley).

I wanted you to be aware that they are trying to get a response from the WH since Graham raised the issue
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They’re also checking up with Boeing on our statement that we did not

tell them they can’t build planes in South Carolina.

Nancy,

We clearly will do something on Sunday. We knew that Sen. Graham’s statement wasn’t going to be the last word. His

direct shot is at the White House whom we are still asking for a response. We’re talking to Boeing and Sen. Graham’s

office as well. I will get back with you before the end of business Friday to let you know where things stand and can

probably avoid messing up your weekend.

Tom

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Arson feared as spate of fires rips through west

Independent.ie – 05/02/11 00:02 –

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Clockwise from main: the steep side of Slieve Lamagan in the Mourne Mountains,

Co Down, burns; the scene outside Annalong, Co Down, as gorse fires rage; and

exhausted firemen take a well-deserved break.

...rage; and exhausted firemen take a well-deserved break. Mark Pearce

ARSONISTS are suspected of being behind some of the devastating fires that...

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Dream come true for Belvo

Irish Examiner.com – 05/01/11 21:05 –

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AN emotional and historic day at Donnybrook as Old Belvedere toppled champions

Cork Constitution to claim the top prize in Irish club for the first time yesterday.

...a subsequent penalty as Con stormed back in search of scores. Brian Hayes was

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Belvedere's cutting edge proves the sharper

Irish Times – 05/01/11 19:57 –

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ULSTER BANK ALL-IRELAND LEAGUE FINAL Old Belvedere 20 Constitution 17:

GOOD FORTUNE and bravery are only periodically intertwined in sporting theatre

but yesterday at Donnybrook was one of those occasions as Old Belvedere became

only the second Leinster team in the history of the tournament and the

...land that final opportunity. Cogan led by deed, ably assisted by Brian Hayes ,

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Old Belvedere record famous win

MSN News Ireland – 05/01/11 12:51 –

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Irish Times Latest News Rugby All-Ireland League Final - Old Belvedere 20 Cork

Constitution 17: Old Belvedere created a little bit of history today as they narrowly

overcame favourites Cork Constitution at Donnybrook to land their first Ulster Bank

League Division 1 title.

...Deasy, Gerry Hurley; Martin Gately, Denis Fogarty, Stephen Archer, Brian Hayes ,

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Historic win for Old Belvedere

Irish Examiner.com – 05/01/11 12:32 –

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Words matched: Brian Hayes

Cork Constitution 17 Old Belvedere 20 Old Belvedere secured the Ulster Bank

League Division 1 trophy for the first time in their history, beating last year's

champions Cork Constitution in a gripping final at Donnybrook.

Deasy's chip and chase sent Cork Con flooding forward and lock Brian Hayes was

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Old Belvedere see off Cork Con in three-point win

BreakingNews.ie – 05/01/11 11:21 –

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Words matched: Brian Hayes

Old Belvedere have won the Ulster Bank league Div 1 final by three points as they

saw off Cork Constitution by three points. Full time: Cork Constitution 17 Old

Belvedere 20 Match report to follow - match stats below.

...Deasy, Gerry Hurley; Martin Gately, Denis Fogarty, Stephen Archer, Brian Hayes ,

Ian Nagle, Brendan Cuttriss, Billy Holland, Frank Cogan (capt).

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President's silence on Boeing is unacceptable

Post and Courier (AP) – 05/01/11 03:13 –

Words matched: Lafe Solomon

In October 2009, Boeing, long one of the best corporations in America, made an

announcement that changed the economic outlook of South Carolina forever: The

company's second line of 787 Dreamliners would be produced in North Charleston.

...president has been silent since his hand-selected NLRB General Counsel Lafe

Solomon, who has not yet been confirmed by the United States Senate...

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Labor's losing offensive

Post and Courier (AP) – 05/01/11 02:02 –

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Organized labor's political supporters took a beating in last year's elections at every

level throughout the nation. Now the unions are fighting back -- and the "right to

work" states of the South and West are rhetorical and actual targets, especially

South Carolina.

...threat by the National Labor Relations Board. Acting General Council Lafe

Solomon wrote attorneys general in South Carolina, South Dakota , Arizona...

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How to stall a recovery

Boston Herald (AP) – 05/01/11 02:02 –

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The case against Boeing Co. filed with the National Labor Relations Board by the

company’s major union is a dreadful example of pro-union favoritism in the federal

government.

The Machinists Union complaint, accepted by acting NLRB general counsel Lafe

Solomon and referred to the board for a hearing, accuses Boeing ...

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For labor, it's Mayday, not May Day

TampaBay.com – 05/01/11 01:03 –

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It's May Day, a day that commemorates the vast contributions of the labor movement

and its continued value. But in truth, strikes — labor's most potent weapon — have

been relegated to nostalgia.

...be worker-friendly again. The labor board's top lawyer, Lafe Solomon , is making

a welcome splash by moving aggressively to file high-profile ...

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Sioux City Journal – 05/01/11 01:00 –

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| Jane and Craig Becker, Atlantic, Iowa, announce the engagement of their daughter,

Crystal Minnie Becker to Benjamin Jay Bobier, son of Lee and Linda Bobier of Sioux

City, and Diane Bobier, Des Moines, Iowa.

Becker-Bobier | Jane and Craig Becker, Atlantic, Iowa, announce the engagement

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Critics: Boeing issue harmful

TheSunNews – 05/01/11 00:32 –

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Labor complaint may hurt future business in S.C.

...be a June 14 hearing before an NLRB administrative law judge in Seattle . Lafe

Solomon, the NLRB's acting general counsel, said in a statement ...

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Boeing lawsuit: South Carolina vs. big labor

Herald Online – 04/30/11 17:21 –

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CHARLESTON -- The federal lawsuit targeting Boeing Co. and its new South

Carolina aircraft plant is likely to spur a protracted and costly legal battle that could

wind its way to the U.

...the National Labor Relations Act," NLRB acting general counsel Lafe Solomon

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Devotion to 'faith-based economics' criticised

Irish Times – 04/30/11 04:21 –

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MINISTER OF State Brian Hayes has criticised devotion to “faith-based economics”

and said capitalism and the free market were “a bit like nuclear reactors” at a

meeting of Irish and American business representatives yesterday.

Devotion to 'faith-based economics' criticised MINISTER OF State Brian Hayes has

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Quinn refusing to tell Anglo what he owns

Independent.ie – 04/30/11 00:07 –

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One-year-old twins Sean and Ryan Fitzpatrick wait for Taoiseach Enda Kenny in

Drumshanbo yesterday. Lorraine Teevan EMBATTLED tycoon Sean Quinn is

refusing to provide Anglo Irish Bank with details of everything he owns and

everything he owes.

...said there was no turning back. Meanwhile, Junior Minister Brian Hayes accused

Mr Quinn of allowing "totally unacceptable management practices ".

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Dublin: Junior Government Minister Brian Hayes says the Government "will continue

to fight for a cut" of the country’s bailout interest rate, while defending its low

corporate tax rate.

Government will continue to fight Dublin: Junior Government Minister Brian Hayes

says the Government "will continue to fight for a cut" of the...

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Obama's Silence on Boeing Is Unacceptable The president's appointees have

moved to block the company from building planes in my state. He owes us an

explanation.

...president has been silent since his hand-selected NLRB General Counsel Lafe

Solomon, who has not yet been confirmed by the United States Senate...

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It’s a Runaway National Labor Relations Board A former member of the National

Labor Relations Board today reaffirmed the NLRB’s authority to punish companies

that close facilities, eliminate jobs and relocate to escape union contracts, but said

the board’s recent complaint against Boeing does not

...Manufacturers. On April 20, the NLRB s acting general counsel, Lafe Solomon ,

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INSIDE POLITICS: Martin must follow Kenny’s example by rebuilding organisation

and restoring party members’ morale MICHEÁL MARTIN and Fianna Fáil got a little

bit of luck in the Seanad elections and while it does not compensate for the

disastrous general election performance, it may be the first gl

...he laid the foundation for the party s recovery by getting people like Brian Hayes,

Joe McHugh and Frank Feighan into the Upper House. Some of...

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The Seattle Times – 04/29/11 19:00 –

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...acting National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Acting General Counsel Lafe

Solomon s decision to issue a complaint against Boeing for moving production...

3 Ways Team Obama Is Holding Back Our Economic Recovery

FoxNews.com – 04/29/11 17:19 –

Words matched: Craig Becker

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke would probably not be unhappy that I

pulled a Joe Biden during his press conference. Yes, I confess I nodded off, despite

the historic nature of the session and its obvious importance to our nation’s future.

...administration, which has been made manifest in many ways including the

appointment of Craig Becker, former Counsel to the SEIU and AFL -CIO, to the...

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EzineMark – 04/29/11 23:32 –

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A recently grievance filed by a regional National Labor Relations Board office,

alleging that an employee was unlawfully terminated underneath an overbroad social

networking policy, ought to encourage firms to take a second examine the policies

that govern staff' net communications.

...Law Issues A recently grievance filed by a regional National Labor Relations

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Chicago Tribune – 04/29/11 20:50 –

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Representatives say events might be relocated if cost-savings measures are ended

...show, said in a court document. Guzman has ruled that the National Labor

Relations Act pre-empts states from enacting legislation that would interfere...

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The Seattle Times – 04/29/11 19:00 –

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At the end of the day While politicians and pundits rant and rave about acting

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decision to issue a complaint against Boeing for moving production away from a

unionized facility in Washington state to a nonunion facility in

...wounds in South Carolina, Opinion, April 25]. The National Labor Relations Act

gives workers the unequivocal right to engage in concerted activity...

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Editorial: Killing jobs in South Carolina

The Denver Post (AP) – 05/02/11 03:00 –

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President Obama needs to tell his labor board appointees that the type of

intimidation inflicted on Boeing is unacceptable.

...flown around the world and yet Obama's labor-cozy appointees to the National

Labor Relations Board are intent on scuttling it. Boeing , a vital U.S .

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The Denver Post (AP) – 05/02/11 02:00 –

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President Obama needs to tell his labor board appointees that the type of

intimidation inflicted on Boeing is unacceptable.

...flown around the world and yet Obama's labor-cozy appointees to the National

Labor Relations Board are intent on scuttling it. Boeing , a vital U.S .

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WND – 05/02/11 01:18 –

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The anger is palpable. People are draining checkbooks to fill gas tanks. Federal

payments are replacing paychecks, and the government is running corporate

boardrooms by threat.

Obama has favors to pay back. Oh no! He sent the National Labor Relations

Board to stop Boeing from building its 787 Dreamliner in South Carolina .

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lets help clean up 10 NEWS!!! Intentionally created an impasse in negotiations

Retaliated against employees for supporting their union Continues to delay

negotiating a fair contract KGTV was forced to settle charges with the National Labor

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...fair contract KGTV was forced to settle charges with the National Labor Relations

Board after it: Threatened and intimidated employees Interfered...

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Sunday Reflection (on Obama): When Jimmy Carter Is your best-case

scenario, you're in trouble

Free Republic – 05/01/11 17:45 –

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People on the right have been comparing President Obama with Jimmy Carter for a

while now: The rise from nowhere via inexplicable press adulation, the smarmy

moralizing, the excessive faith in his own abilities, the tendency of everything he

touches to turn to crap -- all seem eerily reminiscent of

...from "jokes" about Internal Revenue Service audits to the recent National Labor

Relations Board attack on Boeing's factory move from a unionized ...

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Profits, Not so Much for Unions' Right to Strike (Video)

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Apparently Lou Dobbs is terribly upset with the National Labor Relations Board's

decision to try to stop Boeing from punishing their unions for striking in Washington

by moving their jobs to South Carolina, but he loves "free market capitalism" when it

comes to Exxon Mobil's ability to rake in recor

...Strike (Video) Apparently Lou Dobbs is terribly upset with the National Labor

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NY Daily News – 05/01/11 04:00 –

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Sunday is International Workers' Day - also known as May Day - and people around

the world are rallying to protest attacks on workers' and immigrants' rights.

...reaction was swift. On Thursday it filed with the the federal National Labor

Relations Board charging A-1 with unfair labor practice since an...

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Five of Dow’s Top 10 Stocks Likely to Keep Rising: John Dorfman

Bloomberg Businessweek – 05/01/11 03:04 –

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May 2 (Bloomberg) -- With political unrest seething in the Middle East and oil prices

climbing, Exxon Mobil Corp. and Chevron Corp. have been two of the strongest

stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average this year.

...Southwest Airlines Co. 737 jet last month. And the National Labor Relations

Board criticized the company for possible illegal retaliation against...

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How to stall a recovery

Boston Herald (AP) – 05/01/11 02:02 –

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The case against Boeing Co. filed with the National Labor Relations Board by the

company’s major union is a dreadful example of pro-union favoritism in the federal

government.

...stall a recovery The case against Boeing Co. filed with the National Labor

Relations Board by the company s major union is a dreadful example...

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Hadley, Jane Harman; Education Panel

LexisNexis – 05/01/11 01:10 –

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Candy Crowley John Barrasso, Chris Van Hollen, Jane Harman, Stephen Hadley,

Randi Weingarten, Michael Bennet, Lamar Alexander, Steve Perry Interview with

Senator Barrasso and Congressman Van Hollen.

...Sunday's broadcast. When Senator Lindsey Graham accused the National Labor

Relations Board of unfairly trying to limit operations at this new...

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For labor, it's Mayday, not May Day

TampaBay.com – 05/01/11 01:03 –

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It's May Day, a day that commemorates the vast contributions of the labor movement

and its continued value. But in truth, strikes — labor's most potent weapon — have

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been relegated to nostalgia.

...the Bush years. A Republican majority on the five-member National Labor

Relations Board relished the opportunity to hand defeat to workers and...

Letters to the editor, May 1

STLtoday.com (AP) – 05/01/11 01:00 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

Proposition B reaction: All for nothing It was with soul-freezing horror that I gazed

upon the headline "Compromise on dogs is now the law" (April 28).

...access to pseudoephedrine, Chuck Banks Pevely Offshoring is OK? The National

Labor Relations Board is suing Boeing Co. over alleged union-busting...

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President Obama, you're no Ronald Reagan

Free Republic – 04/30/11 18:24 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

During the 2008 Democratic primaries, then-Sen. Barack Obama caused a stir when

he said, "Ronald Reagan changed the trajectory of America in a way that, you know,

Richard Nixon did not, and in a way that Bill Clinton did not.

...allowed his union cronies to run amok in the Labor Department and on the

National Labor Relations Board . There is one way Obama is like Reagan - he's...

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Abuses happen when unions have government friends

Washington Examiner – 04/30/11 08:05 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

Wisconsin shoppers thinking of buying Angel Soft tissue, Johnsonville Brats or Coors

beer should carefully examine packages of those products on grocery shelves for

vandalism.

...politically correct contributions. Similarly, Obama appointees on the National

Labor Relations Board have sent a threatening message to the 22...

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Washington Examiner – 04/30/11 08:05 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has already brandished his conservative

credentials at home on issues like federal health care reform, gay rights and climate

change.

Cuccinelli joined eight other Republican attorneys general in a fray between the

National Labor Relations Board and the Boeing Co. over the company's...

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trouble

Washington Examiner – 04/30/11 08:05 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

People on the right have been comparing President Obama with Jimmy Carter for a

while now: The rise from nowhere via inexplicable press adulation, the smarmy

moralizing, the excessive faith in his own abilities, the tendency of everything he

touches to turn to crap -- all seem eerily reminiscent of

...from "jokes" about Internal Revenue Service audits to the recent National Labor

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Variety – 04/30/11 05:43 –

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Guild to begin developing formal plan to merge with org

...on digital and three members filed charges last year with the National Labor

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Guild to begin developing formal plan to merge with org

...on digital and three members filed charges last year with the National Labor

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A recently grievance filed by a regional National Labor Relations Board office,

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networking policy, ought to encourage firms to take a second examine the policies

that govern staff' net communications.

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Appeals court issues temporary stay, allows lockout to resume

Washington Post – 04/29/11 20:23 –

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On the same day that the National Football League partially ended its six-week

shutdown Friday morning, welcoming dozens of players who showed up at team

facilities around the nation, a federal appeals court gave the league permission to

bolt its doors once again.

...bargaining. She denied the league s request that she allow the National Labor

Relations Board to determine whether the players decision to break up...

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SC attorney general wants Boeing complaint dropped (North Charleston 787

Dreamliner assembly plant)

Free Republic – 04/29/11 19:09 –

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SC attorney general wants Boeing complaint dropped Posted: 04.29.2011 at 6:35

PM Several states have joined South Carolina's attorney general in objecting to a

federal labor complaint filed against Boeing Corp.

...Alan Wilson and eight other attorney generals said Thursday that the National

Labor Relations Board's complaint against Boeing hurts the states '

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At the end of the day While politicians and pundits rant and rave about acting

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decision to issue a complaint against Boeing for moving production away from a

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Boston.com – 04/29/11 17:24 –

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Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

COLUMBIA, S.C.—Several states have joined South Carolina's attorney general in

objecting to a federal labor complaint filed against Boeing Co. for opening a 787

Dreamliner assembly plant in North Charleston.

...eight other attorneys general said in a letter Thursday that the National Labor

Relations Board's complaint against Boeing hurts the states '

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FoxNews.com – 04/29/11 17:19 –

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Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke would probably not be unhappy that I

pulled a Joe Biden during his press conference. Yes, I confess I nodded off, despite

the historic nature of the session and its obvious importance to our nation’s future.

...cause of commerce make this clear. In the first, the National Labor Relations

Board has petitioned the courts to prevent Boeing from moving some...

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Thomson Reuters, Newspaper Guild reach tentative deal

Hartford Courant – 04/29/11 14:29 –

3 other sources (Reuters US News, Reuters Global Markets News, ...)

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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Thomson Reuters Corp reached a tentative agreement for a

new contract with the New York Newspaper Guild on Friday, paving the way to end a

more than two-year-long battle over health benefits and wages.

...bargaining session that ended on Friday morning, hours before the National Labor

Relations Board was set to issue a complaint against Thomson...

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9 states want fed complaint against Boeing dropped

The News Tribune – 04/29/11 12:29 –

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Several states have joined South Carolina's attorney general in objecting to a federal

labor complaint filed against Boeing Corp. for opening a 787 Dreamliner assembly

plant in North Charleston.

...Alan Wilson and eight other attorney generals said Thursday that the National

Labor Relations Board's complaint against Boeing hurts the states '

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'Face'- Mary Hager to become E.P. - Julie Whiston,

Politico – 04/29/11 05:51 –

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QUICK-THINKING AWARD: Brian Williams landed in London yesterday to lead

NBC’s royal-wedding coverage, read his BlackBerry messages about the tornadoes

that had lacerated the Deep South, and turned the car around to go back to

Heathrow.

...in one state rather than another. The Obama administration s National Labor

Relations Board filed the lawsuit because Boeing plans to build a...

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Judge refuses to freeze lockout

CharlotteObserver.com – 04/28/11 19:08 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

MINNEAPOLIS The NFL is falling behind in its court fight with the players over the

future of the $9 billion business. The federal judge who lifted the NFL lockout two

days ago dealt another blow to the league late Wednesday, denying its request to

put her ruling on hold pending appeals and guarante

...bad-faith negotiation against the players was still pending with the National Labor

Relations Board. The league also argued that it shouldn't...

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NFL tells teams, players OK to work again

My San Antonio (AP) – 04/28/11 18:05 –

1 other source (NewsObserver.com)

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Finally, the NFL is getting back to football. Five days after a

federal judge declared the lockout was illegal and nearly seven weeks after it began,

the NFL said players can talk with coaches, work out at team headquarters and look

at their playbooks.

...bad-faith negotiation charge against the players is pending with the National

Labor Relations Board; that federal law prevents the court from overseeing...

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More 2012: Haley presses NRLB issue

Firstread - MSNBC – 04/28/11 17:44 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, in honor of the wedding in

England, will put out this release: “You’re Invited To The R-Oil Wedding.” It “cordially

invites you to celebrate the R-Oil wedding between House Republicans and Big Oil

at a new website, www.

...South Carolina presidential primary debate give their opinion on the National

Labor Relations Board s lawsuit against Boeing, which is building...

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NFL to allow football operations to resume

Hartford Courant – 04/28/11 16:52 –

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Finally, the NFL is getting back to football. Five days after a federal judge declared

the lockout was illegal and nearly seven weeks after it began, the NFL said players

can talk with coaches, work out at team headquarters and look at their playbooks.

...bad-faith negotiation charge against the players is pending with the National

Labor Relations Board; that federal law prevents the court from overseeing...

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NFL loses another round, lockout remains lifted

Madison.com – 04/28/11 05:30 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board

MINNEAPOLIS — The NFL has promised to give its teams guidance on what to do

after another stinging rebuke from the same federal judge who lifted the lockout.

...of bad-faith negotiation against the players was still pending with the National

Labor Relations Board. The league also said it shouldn 't be...

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Esperanza Unida agrees to rehire two workers who sued over dismissal

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – 04/27/11 19:09 –

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Esperanza Unida has agreed to reinstate two workers who said they were fired in

retaliation for complaining to a worker rights group about not being paid, under a

settlement reached Wednesday with the National Labor Relations Board.

...about not being paid, under a settlement reached Wednesday with the National

Labor Relations Board. As part of the settlement, the workers will...

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Sunday is International Workers' Day - also known as May Day - and people around

the world are rallying to protest attacks on workers' and immigrants' rights.

...federal National Labor Relations Board charging A-1 with unfair labor practice

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Cuccinelli's activism extends far beyond the Old Dominion

Washington Examiner – 04/30/11 08:05 –

Words matched: unfair labor practices

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has already brandished his conservative

credentials at home on issues like federal health care reform, gay rights and climate

change.

...the National Labor Relations Board complaint against Boeing, alleging unfair labor

practices. Cuccinelli thinks otherwise. Virginia, like South...

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Job creation is still a top national priority, according to the Obama administration.

Apparently someone forgot to tell the folks at the National Labor Relations Board.

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San Francisco, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) May 03, 2011 Many employers put broad

restrictions on the use of social media by their employees with respect to posting

commentary about the workplace.

...social networking websites, as doing so would constitute a violation of the National

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San Francisco, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) May 03, 2011 Many employers put broad

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Industrial Average this year.

...a Southwest Airlines Co. 737 jet last month. And the National Labor Relations

Board criticized the company for possible "illegal retaliation "

Boeing's New 787 Dreamliner Plant Draws The Ire Of The National Labor

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Free Republic – 05/02/11 17:21 –

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Right To Work: The head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce says the administration

that pledged unity among the states is now dividing them into union friends and foes.

...meaning in the wake of the administration's war, waged through the National

Labor Relations Board, against right-to-work states and Boeing Co.,

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ABC Owned Television Stations – 05/02/11 17:11 –

Words matched: NLRB

The case between the NFL and it players is important for football fans and for all fans

of pro sports, but it may also have dire implications for the labor movement.

...for labor related activities. A Union must be "certified" by the NLRB in order to

become the exclusive bargaining unit for a group of workers .

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LexisNexis – 05/02/11 00:36 –

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States News Service SACRAMENTO, CA The following information was released by

the office of the Governor of California: Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr.

...Board from 1975 to 1976. She was an intern at the National Labor Relations

Board from 1973 to 1976. This position requires Senate confirmation...

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THE race to become Trowbridge Windows & Conservatories-sponsored Trowbridge

League Division One champions looks as if it will go to the wire with Freshford United

being the team to stop Foresters Arms from taking the title in their very first season in

the top flight.

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Takes Up Charges Against the Company

PR Newswire – 05/03/11 13:36 –

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/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is being released by the Service

Employees International Union: The National Labor Relations Board has determined

there is enough evidence to pursue charges against Sodexo for allegedly violating U.

...Could Face Trial Over Alleged Violations of U.S. Labor Law as NLRB Takes Up

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Business Insider – 05/03/11 12:46 –

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Boeing Postpones Delivery Of 20 Dreamliners To Singapore Airlines Boeing's New

787 Dreamliner Plant Draws The Ire Of The National Labor Relations Board Dubai-

Owned Emirates Says Oil Prices "Threaten To Bring All Of Us To Our Knees" This is

one of the wackier promos we've seen lately.

...Airlines Boeing's New 787 Dreamliner Plant Draws The Ire Of The National Labor

Relations Board Dubai-Owned Emirates Says Oil Prices "Threaten To...

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Targeted News Service SACRAMENTO, Calif. Gov. Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown Jr., D-

Calif., issued the following news release: Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr.

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huffingtonpost

The take on Boeing from Huffington Post’s new labor writer:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/05/03/right-to-work-senate-nlrb_n_857021.html

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NLRB Director of Public Affairs

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Morning Briefing for May 5, 2011

RedState – 05/05/11 04:45 –

Words matched: Lafe Solomon

RedState Morning Briefing For May 5, 2011 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to get the

Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. The Palin Foreign Policy Doctrine 2.

...Counsel, J. Michael Luttig, sent the NLRB s Acting General Counsel Lafe

Solomon a strongly worded letter. Please click here for the rest of the...

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President must fix the NLRB

Post and Courier (AP) – 05/05/11 02:22 –

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Dear President Obama: In your State of the Union address, you said: "We know what

it takes to compete for the jobs and industries of our time. We need to out-innovate,

out-educate, and out-build the rest of the world.

...future. The NLRB, at the behest of Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon , has

taken unprecedented legal action against The Boeing Company to prevent...

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Boeing disputes claims in complaint

GreenvilleOnline.com (AP) – 05/05/11 02:07 –

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Aircraft maker says it wasn't trying to punish union with S.C. plant

...Chicago-based company. Luttig told the board s acting general counsel , Lafe

Solomon, that the agency had engaged in a pattern of misquotations and

mischaracterizations...

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Boeing repudiates labor board complaint

STLtoday.com (AP) – 05/05/11 01:00 –

Words matched: Lafe Solomon

In a forceful letter to the National Labor Relations Board, top Boeing lawyer Michael

Luttig rejected the agency's complaint against the company's opening of a South

Carolina 787 plant, writing that its charges "fundamentally misquote or

mischaracterize statements by Boeing executives.

...the company filed two weeks ago by NLRB acting general counsel Lafe Solomon .

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Boeing Slams Labor Board Over Union Complaint

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In a scalding letter, Boeing called on the federal labor board to withdraw its complaint

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accusing the aerospace giant of retaliating against a local union by opening a

production line at a non-union site.

...acted to "punish" its workers. But NLRB General Counsel Lafe Solomon originally

cited Boeing executives' comments on their desire to avoid strikes...

Labor board plays fast, loose in Boeing case

San Francisco Examiner – 05/05/11 00:00 –

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Michael Luttig, Boeing’s executive vice president and general counsel, happens to

be a former federal judge who was on the White House short list for a Supreme

Court appointment under President George W.

...letter to National Labor Relations Board acting general counsel Lafe Solomon

accusing the agency of mischaracterizing and misquoting decisions ...

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Boeing Files Formal Response, Refutes NLRB’s Facts, Legal Claims

Manufacturing.net – 05/04/11 21:01 –

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Boeing Files Formal Response, Refutes NLRB’s Facts, Legal Claims The

Boeing Company has filed its “final answer” in response to the National Labor

Relations Board’s April 20 complaint against the company for locating new assembly

facilities for the 787 Dreamliner in South Carolina.

...s letter sent Tuesday to the NLRB s acting general counsel, Lafe Solomon , the

company has effectively destroyed the factual and legal case on...

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Boeing rips NLRB complaint over 787 line (Everett Herald)

BuzzTracker – 05/04/11 20:11 –

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share: digg facebook twitter National Labor Relations Board Acting General Council

Lafe Solomon did “a grave disservice” to Boeing in alleging it illegally put a 787

Dreamliner assembly line in .

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Boeing lawyer rejects NLRB charges in 787 case

The Seattle Times – 05/04/11 17:31 –

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In a forceful letter to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), top Boeing lawyer

Michael Luttig rejected the labor agency's complaint...

...against the company filed two weeks ago by NLRB acting general counsel Lafe

Solomon. The complaint resulted from a year-long investigation of...

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Berkeley Street Tops Chris Hedges With Ho-hum and Grave Respect for the

Dishonored Dead

Free Republic – 05/04/11 17:15 –

Words matched: Craig Becker

Berkeley's Telegraph Avenue responded Monday to U.S. killing of Bin Laden with a

big ho-hum and grave respect for the dishonored dead. Mon. evening, Chris Hedges,

a leading critic of U.

...so long, given he was living in the suburbs of Islamabad"? 9:30a: Craig Becker,

59.and owner of the Med--"Good riddance," sounding the first...

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Boeing Calls NLRB’s General Counsel to Account for Falsehoods

Manufacturing.net – 05/04/11 17:02 –

Words matched: Lafe Solomon

Boeing Calls NLRB’s General Counsel to Account for Falsehoods Boeing has

sent a detailed and very tough letter to Lafe Solomon, the acting general counsel of

the National Labor Relations Board, for repeatedly mischaracterizing the company’s

actions in locating new production facilities in South C

...Falsehoods Boeing has sent a detailed and very tough letter to Lafe Solomon , the

acting general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board ,

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Labor board plays fast and loose in Boeing case

Washington Examiner – 05/04/11 05:05 –

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Boeing executive vice president and general counsel Michael Luttig also happens to

be a former federal judge who was on the White House short list for a Supreme

Court appointment under President George W.

...letter to National Labor Relations Board acting general counsel Lafe Solomon

accusing the NLRB of mischaracterizing and misquoting decisions ...

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Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt joins other AGs in protesting agency

action

NewsOK (AP) – 05/04/11 22:27 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Act

Attorneys general object to National Labor Relations Board lawsuit against Boeing

Co.

...similar to what it faced in Washington state, in violation of the National Labor

Relations Act. The board claimed Boeing was motivated by a desire...

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Boeing Slams Labor Board Over Union Complaint

FoxNews.com – 05/04/11 20:58 –

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In a scalding letter, Boeing called on the federal labor board to withdraw its complaint

accusing the aerospace giant of retaliating against a local union by opening a

production line at a non-union site.

"A worker's right to strike is a fundamental right guaranteed by the National Labor

Relations Act," Solomon said in a statement. "We also recognize...

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Boeing lawyer rejects NLRB charges in 787 case

The Seattle Times – 05/04/11 17:31 –

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In a forceful letter to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), top Boeing lawyer

Michael Luttig rejected the labor agency's complaint...

...for strikes in 2005 and 2008. It is illegal under the National Labor Relations Act

for employers to retaliate against workers for engaging in...

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Morning Briefing for May 5, 2011

RedState – 05/05/11 04:45 –

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RedState Morning Briefing For May 5, 2011 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to get the

Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. The Palin Foreign Policy Doctrine 2.

...Mission 5. Spike The Ball Hard! 6. Boeing vs. Union-Controlled NLRB Heats Up -

1. The Palin Foreign Policy Doctrine In light of Obama s morally...

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Pelosi and Progressive Neo-Leninism

American Thinker – 05/05/11 02:38 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

Nancy Pelosi's ascension to the speakership in 2006 launched exuberant

encomiums to the democratic process, inspiring her further to shout to her vote-

challenged opponents in a tone somewhere between a chortle and a boast, "We won

the election!" The Democrats' victory was sufficient to inflict Obama

...up where Congress faltered in regulating carbon output, and the National Labor

Relations Board is doing its best to relegate American free enterprise...

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Boeing repudiates labor board complaint

STLtoday.com (AP) – 05/05/11 01:00 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

In a forceful letter to the National Labor Relations Board, top Boeing lawyer Michael

Luttig rejected the agency's complaint against the company's opening of a South

Carolina 787 plant, writing that its charges "fundamentally misquote or

mischaracterize statements by Boeing executives.

Boeing repudiates labor board complaint In a forceful letter to the National Labor

Relations Board, top Boeing lawyer Michael Luttig rejected the...

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Boeing Slams Labor Board Over Complaint

ABC News – 05/04/11 23:08 –

1 other source (The New York Times)

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

Boeing Co. is accusing federal labor regulators of unfairly twisting or misquoting

statements by company executives to make a case that the company illegally

retaliated against union workers.

...against union workers. In a letter, the company urges the National Labor

Relations Board to withdraw a complaint "based upon these misstatements "

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NewsOK (AP) – 05/04/11 22:27 –

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Attorneys general object to National Labor Relations Board lawsuit against Boeing

Co.

...other AGs in protesting agency action Attorneys general object to National Labor

Relations Board lawsuit against Boeing Co. Oklahoma Attorney...

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CharlotteObserver.com – 05/04/11 22:10 –

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WASHINGTON Boeing Co. is accusing federal labor regulators of unfairly twisting or

misquoting statements by company executives to make a case that the company

illegally retaliated against union workers.

...against union workers. In a letter, the company urges the National Labor

Relations Board to withdraw a complaint "based upon these misstatements "

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Boeing Slams Labor Board Over Union Complaint

FoxNews.com – 05/04/11 20:58 –

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In a scalding letter, Boeing called on the federal labor board to withdraw its complaint

accusing the aerospace giant of retaliating against a local union by opening a

production line at a non-union site.

...site. The letter, obtained by FoxNews.com, accused the National Labor Relations

Board of misquoting Boeing executives in the course of building its...

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Major Union Victory for Rite Aid Workers Offers Roadmap for Labor Movement

AlterNet – 05/04/11 19:16 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

Workers get affordable health care, protections against outsourcing, and wage

increases -- a success model in a very tough environment for unionization.

...join a union. They asked a delay of over 18 months from the National Labor

Relations Board (NLRB ) on scheduling a vote so that they could have...

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Boeing lawyer rejects NLRB charges in 787 case

The Seattle Times – 05/04/11 17:31 –

Words matched: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB

In a forceful letter to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), top Boeing lawyer

Michael Luttig rejected the labor agency's complaint...

Boeing lawyer rejects NLRB charges in 787 case In a forceful letter to the National

Labor Relations Board (NLRB ), top Boeing lawyer Michael Luttig...

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Boeing denounces labor board for distorting company statements, false

accusations

Newser – 05/04/11 16:48 –

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Yahoo Buzz Boeing Co. is accusing federal labor regulators of unfairly twisting or

misquoting statements by company executives to make a case that the company

illegally retaliated against union workers.

...against union workers. In a letter, the company urges the National Labor

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Business lobby: 'No company safe' if NLRB wins vs. Boeing

Newsvine – 05/04/11 11:31 –

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Citing the Obama administration's initiation of a lawsuit against the multi-billion dollar

Boeing Corporation for their choice to "create news jobs in one state rather than

another", former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty slammed the President's policies

and tactics related to job creation and his p

Business lobby: 'No company safe' if NLRB wins vs. Boeing Citing the Obama

administration's initiation of a lawsuit against the multi-billion ...

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Labor board plays fast and loose in Boeing case

Washington Examiner – 05/04/11 05:05 –

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Boeing executive vice president and general counsel Michael Luttig also happens to

be a former federal judge who was on the White House short list for a Supreme

Court appointment under President George W.

...self-interested corporate pleader. Luttig's recent letter to National Labor Relations

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Boeing slams NLRB for making false accusations

AllVoices – 05/03/11 20:23 –

Words matched: NLRB

Back in October 2009, Boeing announced plans to build the plant to service a

backlog of orders after talks broke down with the International Association of

Machinists and Aerospace Workers.

Boeing slams NLRB for making false accusations Back in October 2009, Boeing

announced plans to build the plant to service a backlog of orders ...

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Sophir, Jayme

Tuesday, November 30, 2010 4:42 PM

Szapiro, Miriam; W illen, Debra L

Boeing GC agenda has been changed

to Dec. 14 at 10.

Jayme Sophir

Assistant General Counsel

Chief, Regional Advice Branch

National Labor Relations Board

202-273-3837

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W illen, Debra L

Monday, December 06, 2010 7:54 AM

Sophir, Jayme; Szapiro, Miriam; Farrell, Ellen

FW : Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

2010 12_03 Ltr to Todd.pdf

From:

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Attachments:

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 7:15 PM

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Willen, Debra L; Omberg, Bob; Katz, Judy

Cc: Baniszewski, Joseph

Subject: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

FYI

From: Jude Bryan [mailto:bryan@workerlaw.com]

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 2:08 PM

To: Todd, Dianne

Cc:

E 6 privacy

;

E 6 privacy

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E 6 privacy

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E 6 privacy

; David Campbell; Carson

Glickman-Flora

Subject: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Ms. Todd,

Attached is David Campbell’s response to your request for additional information.

Jude Bryan, Paralegal | Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt LLP | 18 West Mercer Street, Ste. 400, Seattle, WA 98119-3971; Phone:

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Microsoft Outlook

From:

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Attachments:

Farrell, Ellen

W ednesday, December 08, 2010 12:18 PM

Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme; Colangelo, David (Advice); Marx, Eric C.

Solomon, Lafe E.; Mattina, Celeste J.

FW : Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ltr to Lafe Solomon.pdf

Did I miss anyone?

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

Division of Advice, NLRB

202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

From: Kilberg P.C., William [mailto:WKilberg@gibsondunn.com]

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 10:48 AM

To: Farrell, Ellen

Cc: Baumeister, Bryan H; Clarke, Joan C; Gerry, Brett C; rhankins@mckennalong.com; McGill, Matthew D.; Blankenstein,

Paul; Martin, Christopher J.

Subject: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ellen: As promised. Best, Bill

William J. Kilberg

GIBSON DUNN

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

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From:

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Subject:

Sophir, Jayme

W ednesday, December 08, 2010 12:24 PM

Farrell, Ellen

RE: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

It goes to Deb, not Eric.

From: Farrell, Ellen

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 12:18 PM

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme; Colangelo, David (Advice); Marx, Eric C.

Cc: Solomon, Lafe E.; Mattina, Celeste J.

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Did I miss anyone?

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

Division of Advice, NLRB

202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

From: Kilberg P.C., William [mailto:WKilberg@gibsondunn.com]

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 10:48 AM

To: Farrell, Ellen

Cc: Baumeister, Bryan H; Clarke, Joan C; Gerry, Brett C; rhankins@mckennalong.com; McGill, Matthew D.; Blankenstein,

Paul; Martin, Christopher J.

Subject: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ellen: As promised. Best, Bill

William J. Kilberg

GIBSON DUNN

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

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From:

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Sophir, Jayme

W ednesday, December 08, 2010 12:24 PM

Farrell, Ellen

RE: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

And Miriam, not David.

From: Farrell, Ellen

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 12:18 PM

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme; Colangelo, David (Advice); Marx, Eric C.

Cc: Solomon, Lafe E.; Mattina, Celeste J.

Subject: FW: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Did I miss anyone?

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

Division of Advice, NLRB

202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

From: Kilberg P.C., William [mailto:WKilberg@gibsondunn.com]

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 10:48 AM

To: Farrell, Ellen

Cc: Baumeister, Bryan H; Clarke, Joan C; Gerry, Brett C; rhankins@mckennalong.com; McGill, Matthew D.; Blankenstein,

Paul; Martin, Christopher J.

Subject: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ellen: As promised. Best, Bill

William J. Kilberg

GIBSON DUNN

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

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Kearney, Barry J.; Farrell, Ellen; Sophir, Jayme; Szapiro, Miriam; Katz, Judy; Omberg, Bob

Boeing - Haley: New SC labor chief to fight SC Boeing union - W IS News 10 - Columbia,

South Carolina |

http://www.wistv.com/Global/story.asp?S=13636166

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Sophir, Jayme

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 2:02 PM

W illen, Debra L; Szapiro, Miriam

FW : And now Boeing's

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:54 PM

To: Mattina, Celeste J.; Abruzzo, Jennifer; Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme; Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: FW: And now Boeing's

Interesting use of question marks in last sentence.

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570

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W agner, Anthony R.

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 2:18 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose; Kearney, Barry J.;

Sophir, Jayme

RE: Boeing - herald article

This is the first news report I’ve seen. The Herald fin Everett, W A

http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20110420/biz/704209828/-1/rss03

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 2:10 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Wagner, Anthony R.; Garza, Jose; Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Or that the requested remedy would now be so onerous after massive investment.

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 10:58 AM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Wagner, Anthony R.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.; Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

I’m curious about their being critical of the timing of the complaint. Are they suggesting that we “dragged our feet” for

some nefarious purpose.

From: Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:55 PM

To: Wagner, Anthony R.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Union officials have been pressing the NLRB for more than a year to bring forward the complaint and force Boeing to

abandon plans to produce three 787 airplanes per month in the company's new North Charleston, S.C., factory and

build them instead in Puget Sound. With today's action by the NLRB's acting general counsel, the board now will begin

a formal proceeding to hear the IAM's allegations.

Boeing also was critical of the timing of the complaint, which comes a full 17 months after the company announced

plans to expand its manufacturing capacity in the United States in South Carolina. Construction of the factory is

nearly complete and the company has hired more than 1,000 new workers. Final assembly of the first airplane is

slated to begin in July.

Their wording makes it sounds as if we’re just beginning to look into the charge, as opposed to completing an

investigation.

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

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From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570

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Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:53 PM

Sophir, Jayme

Fw: Boeing - anybody there???

--------------------------

Sent from my BlackBerry Wireless Handheld

From: Kearney, Barry J.

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Farrell, Ellen

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:51:38 2011

Subject: Re: anybody there???

Mikey likes it

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Sent from my BlackBerry Wireless Handheld

From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Farrell, Ellen

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:48:31 2011

Subject: RE: anybody there???

I like that. It’s short.

Exemption 5

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Kearney, Barry J.

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:45 PM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Farrell, Ellen

Subject: Re: anybody there???

Exemption 5
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Sent from my BlackBerry Wireless Handheld

From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Garza, Jose; Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:37:02 2011

Subject: RE: anybody there???

It needs to be shorter

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Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Garza, Jose

Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:36 PM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.

Subject: Re: anybody there???

Not at my desk but available by bb e-mail or phone in about 15 when I get off the metro. Thinking through what you sent

over now.

From: Cleeland, Nancy

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Kearney, Barry J.; Garza, Jose

Sent: Thu Apr 28 17:34:37 2011

Subject: anybody there???

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

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Thursday, September 23, 2010 2:14 PM

Szapiro, Miriam

Boeing

Did you want to talk this afternoon?

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Thursday, September 23, 2010 2:57 PM

W illen, Debra L

RE: Boeing

I do; I just got out of a mtg and I’m on the phone w/ the Region. 3:30?

Miriam Szapiro

Supervisory attorney

NLRB Division of Advice

202-273-0998

Miriam.Szapiro@nlrb.gov

From: Willen, Debra L

Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2010 2:14 PM

To: Szapiro, Miriam

Subject: Boeing

Did you want to talk this afternoon?

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Thursday, September 23, 2010 3:01 PM

Szapiro, Miriam

RE: Boeing

Sounds good.

From: Szapiro, Miriam

Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2010 2:57 PM

To: Willen, Debra L

Subject: RE: Boeing

I do; I just got out of a mtg and I’m on the phone w/ the Region. 3:30?

Miriam Szapiro

Supervisory attorney

NLRB Division of Advice

202-273-0998

Miriam.Szapiro@nlrb.gov

From: Willen, Debra L

Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2010 2:14 PM

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Subject: Boeing

Did you want to talk this afternoon?

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Thursday, September 23, 2010 3:05 PM

W illen, Debra L

RE: Boeing

Okay, I’ll come by.

From: Willen, Debra L

Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2010 3:01 PM

To: Szapiro, Miriam

Subject: RE: Boeing

Sounds good.

From: Szapiro, Miriam

Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2010 2:57 PM

To: Willen, Debra L

Subject: RE: Boeing

I do; I just got out of a mtg and I’m on the phone w/ the Region. 3:30?

Miriam Szapiro

Supervisory attorney

NLRB Division of Advice

202-273-0998

Miriam.Szapiro@nlrb.gov

From: Willen, Debra L

Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2010 2:14 PM

To: Szapiro, Miriam

Subject: Boeing

Did you want to talk this afternoon?

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Szapiro, Miriam

Boeing

Hi Miriam –

Non-Responsive

Anyway, I’m finishing up the Boeing draft – do you want me to e-mail to you or should I just leave it in your box here?

Non-Responsive and Exemption 6

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Katz, Judy

Monday, October 18, 2010 1:34 PM

Szapiro, Miriam

FW : seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

From:

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Opps.

Left you off the list.

-----Original Message-----

From: Katz, Judy

Sent: Monday, October 18, 2010 1:33 PM

To: Willen, Debra L; Sophir, Jayme

Subject: FW: seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

FYI.

This article says that Boeing has already completed or near completed 14 787's.

Are

these off of the surge line?

-----Original Message-----

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Monday, October 18, 2010 12:46 PM

To: Omberg, Bob; Mattina, Celeste; Kearney, Barry J.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Katz, Judy; Farrell,

Ellen

Subject: FW: seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

Recent Boeing article.

Rich

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Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

The edges of Everett's Paine Field airport are turning into an overflow airplane parking lot

as Boeing builds 787 Dreamliners that can't be delivered yet.

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Monday, October 18, 2010 1:43 PM

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FW : seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

From:

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Subject:

More on Boeing -

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

Division of Advice, NLRB

202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

-----Original Message-----

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Monday, October 18, 2010 12:46 PM

To: Omberg, Bob; Mattina, Celeste; Kearney, Barry J.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Katz, Judy; Farrell,

Ellen

Subject: FW: seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

Recent Boeing article.

Rich

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Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

The edges of Everett's Paine Field airport are turning into an overflow airplane parking lot

as Boeing builds 787 Dreamliners that can't be delivered yet.

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Thursday, October 28, 2010 8:22 AM

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save the date -- Boeing

Boeing’s counsel has scheduled a meeting with Advice for Wednesday, November 10.

We are looking at November 29 and 30 as the potential dates for their meeting with the General Counsel.

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RE: save the date -- Boeing

From:

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To:

Cc:

Subject:

E 6 privacy

So, I’ll get an update when I return.

From: Willen, Debra L

Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2010 8:22 AM

To: Omberg, Bob; Katz, Judy

Cc: Szapiro, Miriam

Subject: save the date -- Boeing

Boeing’s counsel has scheduled a meeting with Advice for Wednesday, November 10.

We are looking at November 29 and 30 as the potential dates for their meeting with the General Counsel.

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Kearney, Barry J.

Monday, November 08, 2010 7:18 AM

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FW : seattletimes.com: Deliveries of Boeing's new 787 reportedly delayed again

From:

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Subject: seattletimes.com: Deliveries of Boeing's new 787 reportedly delayed again

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Deliveries of Boeing's new 787 reportedly delayed again

Boeing shares fell in after-hours trading Friday after a report that the company has told

some airline customers to expect another delay in deliveries of the new 787 aircraft.

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Monday, November 15, 2010 7:58 AM

Sophir, Jayme; Omberg, Bob; Szapiro, Miriam

FW : seattletimes.com: Boeing assembly building nearing completion in South Carolina

-----Original Message-----

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Sunday, November 14, 2010 5:45 PM

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G.; Todd, Dianne

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Boeing assembly building nearing completion in South Carolina

In October 2009, Boeing passed over Everett to pick North Charleston, S. C., for a second 787

final assembly line. The assembly building is...

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From:

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Sophir, Jayme

Tuesday, November 30, 2010 4:42 PM

Szapiro, Miriam; W illen, Debra L

Boeing GC agenda has been changed

to Dec. 14 at 10.

Jayme Sophir

Assistant General Counsel

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National Labor Relations Board

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From:

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Kearney, Barry J.

W ednesday, December 01, 2010 7:50 AM

Farrell, Ellen; Sophir, Jayme; Szapiro, Miriam; W illen, Debra L

Boeing

th

The meeting has been changed to Tuesday the 14
at 10 instead of Monday. Kilberg told me we will receive their position

paper on Monday

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W illen, Debra L

Monday, December 06, 2010 7:54 AM

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FW : IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

2010 12_03 Ltr to Todd.pdf

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Attachments:

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 7:15 PM

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Willen, Debra L; Omberg, Bob; Katz, Judy

Cc: Baniszewski, Joseph

Subject: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

FYI

From: Jude Bryan [mailto:bryan@workerlaw.com]

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Subject: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Ms. Todd,

Attached is David Campbell’s response to your request for additional information.

Jude Bryan, Paralegal | Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt LLP | 18 West Mercer Street, Ste. 400, Seattle, WA 98119-3971; Phone:

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Exemption 7(A)

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Exemption 7(A)

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Exemption 7(A)

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Exemption 7(A)

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Exemption 7(A)

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Exemption 7(A)

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Exemption 7(A)

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From:

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Farrell, Ellen

Tuesday, December 07, 2010 3:39 PM

W illen, Debra L; Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme; Szapiro, Miriam; Katz, Judy; Omberg, Bob

RE: Boeing

I got a call from Paul Blankenstein at Gibson Dunn.
position statement and we will not have it today.

The client is still reviewing the

He promises it by tomorrow.

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

Division of Advice, NLRB

202-273-3810

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-----Original Message-----

From: Willen, Debra L

Sent: Tuesday, December 07, 2010 3:20 PM

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Farrell, Ellen; Sophir, Jayme; Szapiro, Miriam; Katz, Judy; Omberg,

Bob

Subject: Boeing

E 5 & 7(A) deliberative & open case/harm

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From:

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Attachments:

Farrell, Ellen

W ednesday, December 08, 2010 12:23 PM

Szapiro, Miriam; W illen, Debra L

FW : Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ltr to Lafe Solomon.pdf

Got the wrong sup/atty team on the last distribution - sorry

Ellen

Ellen Farrell

Deputy Associate General Counsel

Division of Advice, NLRB

202-273-3810

Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov

From: Kilberg P.C., William [mailto:WKilberg@gibsondunn.com]

Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 10:48 AM

To: Farrell, Ellen

Cc: Baumeister, Bryan H; Clarke, Joan C; Gerry, Brett C; rhankins@mckennalong.com; McGill, Matthew D.; Blankenstein,

Paul; Martin, Christopher J.

Subject: Boeing submission to the General Counsel

Ellen: As promised. Best, Bill

William J. Kilberg

GIBSON DUNN

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

1050 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20036-5306

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Exemption 7(A)

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It is hard to think of an NLRB case that has been as misrepresented as the Boeing case. Unfortunately, with the

loss of beat reporters, especially reporters with deep knowledge of labor issues, we have lost the voices of those

who could provide light instead of adding to the heat.

The NLRB has tried to address this problem with its new Office of Public Affairs. Not only is there now a front

page link to information, but also following that link will lead to clear reports on significant cases, such as

Boeing, with links within the case report to copies of significant documents, such as the complaint.

So reporters could easily find information on this case, but few, it seems, take advantage of it. Instead, we

continue to see reporters churning out views instead of news. And rather than helping the public understand the

issues, we have news as a contact sport complete with competitive cheerleading.

The result in the Boeing case is “news” stories filled with attack statements directed toward the NLRB, NLRA,

and Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon. We read pro-con views rather than facts that could be found easily

by reading the NLRB’s complaint and the Office of Public Affairs memo.

Here, then are a few corrections of commonly reported ideas/claims/events.

First, this case is not about right-to-work states. Rather, this is a garden-variety case of an employer’s retaliating

against its employees for striking when the parties were unable to come to an agreement on terms and

conditions of employment during bargaining. In the Boeing case, we also have an employer’s making anti-

union public statements over a number of years that it would move the Dreamliner work to South Carolina

because Boeing was unhappy about its Oregon and Washington employees’ past strikes. The NLRB complaint

sets out the dates and statements it relies on.

The NLRB has decades of experience with cases of this sort, and the National Labor Relations Act is clear that

employer actions like Boeing’s violate the law. If this were a murder case, it would be a case in which the

police found a person saying : “I did it,” while standing over a fresh corpse with smoking gun in hand.

Indeed, the only thing that is special about this case is that Boeing made so many public statements threatening

to take actions that violated the law. Indeed, the remarkable thing would have been for the General Counsel not

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The law is clear about the rights and wrongs of this sort of the case.

The NLRA says in Section 13 that the right to strike is protected by law.

Section 7 declares that employees’ engaging in or refusing to engage in concerted activities, such as giving one

another mutual aid or support, is activity that is protected by law.

It is a violation of the NLRA to discourage employees from engaging in protected concerted activity, which

includes strikes, and also a violation to discriminate against employees in order to encourage or discourage

union membership.

Second, the complaint, which was issued after an investigation, charges that Boeing’s actions were not only

illegal but also were so pervasive and serious that they were inherently destructive of employees’ protected

rights under the NLRA.

Third, despite the seriousness of the employer’s acts, the NLRB has not sought as a remedy that Boeing cannot

produce its products in South Carolina. Again, this case is not about right-to-work states, as some news stories

have claimed. This is not a case about taking away work from South Carolina workers.

Rather, this is a case that is about work that was illegally taken away to retaliate, also illegally, against workers

for engaging in acts that are protected under law -- striking. The remedy is that the work that was transferred

must be performed in Washington.

This does not mean that Boeing cannot do work in South Carolina or any state for that matter. The complaint

says that as long as Boeing’s decisions are not made for illegal motives, it can have work done it South

Carolina:

Other than as set forth in paragraph 13(a) above, the relief requested by the Acting General Counsel does not

seek to prohibit Respondent from making non-discriminatory decisions with respect to where work will be

performed, including non-discriminatory decisions with respect to work at its North Charleston, South

Carolina, facility.” The complaint also asks as a remedy that a Boeing official read aloud to the employees (or

be present while Board agent reads aloud) a notice to employees of their rights under the NLRA and post that

notice on Boeing’s intranet.

Second, news stories have generally fallen down on reporting on the process that led to the issuance of the

complaint and on the process that will later take place. The basics are that there was an investigation after a

charge was filed alleging that NLRA had been violated. The charging party had to submit evidence to support

that charge, and the NLRB investigators assigned to the case took evidence from all parties. What is special in

this case was that part of the evidence could be found by checking the newspapers for Boeing’s threats.

Once the investigation was complete, the General Counsel’s office decides whether there was reasonable case to

believe the NLRA was violated. If reasonable cause exists, then the complaint is issued, and efforts are made to

settle the case.

If the case is not settled, then the case is scheduled for a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge. All

parties will have an opportunity to present witnesses and other evidence. Once the trial is over, the ALJ will

assess the evidence presented at trial and decide whether or not the law has been violated. The ALJ’s decision

can be to find that all, none, or some of the alleged violations occurred. The parties can appeal the ALJ’s

decision case to the Board.

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Third, some have claimed that the NLRB acted wrongly in issuing the complaint against Boeing because

employers have a “free-speech right.” This is a common misperception, but it is not correct.

Section 8(c) of the NLRA says: “The expressing of any views, argument, or opinion, or the dissemination

thereof, whether in written, printed, graphic, or visual form, shall not constitute or be evidence of an unfair

labor practice under any of the provisions of this Act, if such expression contains no threat of reprisal or force

or promise of benefit.”

In other words, section 8(c) says nothing about protecting free speech. All it does is create a safe harbor for

speech, as long as that speech does not threaten reprisals or force or promise benefits.

Boeing’s speech was not protected by 8(c) because it threatened reprisals against employees for exercising their

protected rights.

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Links for more information related to the Boeing case

Office of Public Affairs publicinfo@nlrb.gov

Boeing Complaint Fact Sheet

The NLRB's Boeing complaint

Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon releases statement on Boeing complaint May 9, 2011, including links to

correspondence between Solomon and Boeing

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ACS Hosts Call-In Briefing on National Labor Relations Board’s Complaint against Boeing Co.

Experts to Explore Boeing Case Alleging Violations of Workers’ Rights

For Immediate release:
June 7, 2011

Contact: Jeremy Leaming

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Washington, D.C. – In a teleconference briefing hosted by the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy (ACS),

labor and constitutional law experts will explore the National Labor Relations Board’s complaint lodged against Boeing

Company for allegedly retaliating against its workers in Washington State for exercising their right to strike. The NLRB

complaint, which charges Boeing with violating the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), is scheduled to be heard before

an administrative law judge on June 14. The ACS teleconference briefing will examine the complaint, the right-wing

attacks against it, including calls from conservative lawmakers to defund the NLRB, and other questions surrounding the

matter. For example, is there anything unusual about the substance of the complaint, and what is the proper role of

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Caroline Fredrickson, Executive Director of ACS (will provide introductory remarks).

James J. Brudney, Newton D. Baker-Baker & Hostetler Chair in Law, Ohio State University Michael E. Moritz

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Top Boeing executives at the Farnborough Air Show offered encouraging words Monday about the

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Todd, Dianne

Friday, December 03, 2010 5:25 PM

Jablonski, Colleen G.; Ahearn, Richard L.

FW : IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

2010 12_03 Ltr to Todd.pdf

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Rich,

Attached are the

E 5 & 7(A) deliberative & open case/harm

E 5 & 7(A) deliberative & open case/harm

Would you like to meet to discuss?

Thanks,

Dianne

From: Jude Bryan [mailto:bryan@workerlaw.com]

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 2:08 PM

To: Todd, Dianne

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Subject: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Ms. Todd,

Attached is David Campbell’s response to your request for additional information.

Jude Bryan, Paralegal | Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt LLP | 18 West Mercer Street, Ste. 400, Seattle, WA 98119-3971; Phone:

206.285.2828 Ext. 21; Fax: 206-378-4132 | www.workerlaw.com

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Ahearn, Richard L.

Monday, December 06, 2010 6:32 PM

Todd, Dianne

RE: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

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How about tomorrow when Colleen is back?

From: Todd, Dianne

Sent: Monday, December 06, 2010 3:11 PM

To: Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: RE: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Rich,

Did you want to talk about this today?

Thanks

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 4:16 PM

To: Todd, Dianne; Jablonski, Colleen G.

Subject: RE: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Monday?

From: Todd, Dianne

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 2:25 PM

To: Jablonski, Colleen G.; Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: FW: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Rich,

Attached are

Exemption 7(A)

Would you like to meet to discuss?

Thanks,

Dianne

From: Jude Bryan [mailto:bryan@workerlaw.com]

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 2:08 PM

To: Todd, Dianne

Cc:

David Campbell; Carson

Exemption 7(A)

Glickman-Flora

Subject: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431
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Ms. Todd,

Attached is David Campbell’s response to your request for additional information.

Jude Bryan, Paralegal | Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt LLP | 18 West Mercer Street, Ste. 400, Seattle, WA 98119-3971; Phone:

206.285.2828 Ext. 21; Fax: 206-378-4132 | www.workerlaw.com

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W agner, Anthony R.

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 1:56 PM

Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

RE: And now Boeing's

Yes – they probably pasted from MS Word. I suspect they were meant to be quotation marks.

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:54 PM

To: Wagner, Anthony R.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Interesting use of question marks in the last sentence.

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570

anthony.wagner@nlrb.gov | 202-273-0187 | cell: 202-375-9791

nlrb.gov | m.nlrb.gov | facebook.com/NLRBpage | @nlrb

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W agner, Anthony R.

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 2:01 PM

Cleeland, Nancy; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.

RE: And now Boeing's

Nancy has the right answer. The original is now available from Boeing and has dashes:

http://boeing.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&item=1714

From: Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:57 PM

To: Wagner, Anthony R.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Or dashes

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:56 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Yes – they probably pasted from MS Word. I suspect they were meant to be quotation marks.

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:54 PM

To: Wagner, Anthony R.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Interesting use of question marks in the last sentence.

From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570
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anthony.wagner@nlrb.gov | 202-273-0187 | cell: 202-375-9791

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W agner, Anthony R.

W ednesday, April 20, 2011 2:18 PM

Ahearn, Richard L.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose; Kearney, Barry J.;

Sophir, Jayme

RE: And now Boeing's

This is the first news report I’ve seen. The Herald fin Everett, W A

http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20110420/biz/704209828/-1/rss03

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 2:10 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Wagner, Anthony R.; Garza, Jose; Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Or that the requested remedy would now be so onerous after massive investment.

From: Solomon, Lafe E.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 10:58 AM

To: Cleeland, Nancy; Wagner, Anthony R.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.; Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

I’m curious about their being critical of the timing of the complaint. Are they suggesting that we “dragged our feet” for

some nefarious purpose.

From: Cleeland, Nancy

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:55 PM

To: Wagner, Anthony R.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Garza, Jose; Ahearn, Richard L.

Subject: RE: And now Boeing's

Union officials have been pressing the NLRB for more than a year to bring forward the complaint and force Boeing to

abandon plans to produce three 787 airplanes per month in the company's new North Charleston, S.C., factory and

build them instead in Puget Sound. With today's action by the NLRB's acting general counsel, the board now will begin

a formal proceeding to hear the IAM's allegations.

Boeing also was critical of the timing of the complaint, which comes a full 17 months after the company announced

plans to expand its manufacturing capacity in the United States in South Carolina. Construction of the factory is

nearly complete and the company has hired more than 1,000 new workers. Final assembly of the first airplane is

slated to begin in July.

Their wording makes it sounds as if we’re just beginning to look into the charge, as opposed to completing an

investigation.

Nancy Cleeland

NLRB Director of Public Affairs

(202) 273-0222

nancy.cleeland@nlrb.gov

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From: Wagner, Anthony R.

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:51 PM

To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose

Subject: And now Boeing's

http://en.asturi.as/noticias/46877/boeing_fight_nlrb_complaint_backed_by_union/

Tony Wagner

New Media Specialist | Office of Public Affairs

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 | Washington, DC 20570

anthony.wagner@nlrb.gov | 202-273-0187 | cell: 202-375-9791

nlrb.gov | m.nlrb.gov | facebook.com/NLRBpage | @nlrb

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W illen, Debra L

Monday, October 18, 2010 1:36 PM

Katz, Judy; Sophir, Jayme

RE: seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

No -- the regular line.

I just sent an article that states at the end that the surge line is not yet functioning.

The article is dated Sept. 7 2010.

-----Original Message-----

From: Katz, Judy

Sent: Monday, October 18, 2010 1:33 PM

To: Willen, Debra L; Sophir, Jayme

Subject: FW: seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

FYI.

This article says that Boeing has already completed or near completed 14 787's.

Are

these off of the surge line?

-----Original Message-----

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Monday, October 18, 2010 12:46 PM

To: Omberg, Bob; Mattina, Celeste; Kearney, Barry J.; Solomon, Lafe E.; Katz, Judy; Farrell,

Ellen

Subject: FW: seattletimes.com: Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

Recent Boeing article.

Rich

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Boeing 787s stack up at Paine Field awaiting FAA approval

The edges of Everett's Paine Field airport are turning into an overflow airplane parking lot

as Boeing builds 787 Dreamliners that can't be delivered yet.

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/businesstechnology/2013154266_boeing14.html

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Sunday, November 14, 2010 5:45 PM

Kearney, Barry J.; Farrell, Ellen; W illen, Debra L; Pomerantz, Anne; Jablonski, Colleen G.;

Todd, Dianne

Solomon, Lafe E.; Mattina, Celeste J.

Fw: seattletimes.com: Boeing assembly building nearing completion in South Carolina

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Boeing assembly building nearing completion in South Carolina

In October 2009, Boeing passed over Everett to pick North Charleston, S. C., for a second 787

final assembly line. The assembly building is...

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W illen, Debra L

Monday, December 06, 2010 7:54 AM

Sophir, Jayme; Szapiro, Miriam; Farrell, Ellen

FW : IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

2010 12_03 Ltr to Todd.pdf

From:

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To:

Subject:

Attachments:

From: Ahearn, Richard L.

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 7:15 PM

To: Kearney, Barry J.; Willen, Debra L; Omberg, Bob; Katz, Judy

Cc: Baniszewski, Joseph

Subject: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

FYI

From: Jude Bryan [mailto:bryan@workerlaw.com]

Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 2:08 PM

To: Todd, Dianne

Cc:

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E 6 privacy

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Glickman-Flora

Subject: IAM 751 v. Boeing, Case No. 19-CA-32431

Ms. Todd,

Attached is David Campbell’s response to your request for additional information.

Jude Bryan, Paralegal | Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt LLP | 18 West Mercer Street, Ste. 400, Seattle, WA 98119-3971; Phone:

206.285.2828 Ext. 21; Fax: 206-378-4132 | www.workerlaw.com

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