Breaking News: The NLRB invites briefs regarding consequential damages remedy for employees

by | Nov 10, 2021 | News

The Board announced that it is reconsidering whether it should widen its traditional remedy for employees who are laid off (or otherwise discharged) as a result of unlawful conduct by employers. To that end, the Board asked for submitted briefs to address a more substantial remedy, including expenses related to lost earnings and benefits, along with other “consequential damages” (in the event that employees are not reinstated to their previous positions). All briefs must be submitted by January 11, 2022.

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