Barry A. Guryan Quoted in Article, “NLRB Fails to Show Court That Injunctive Relief Is ‘Just and Proper'”Hospitality Law July 9, 2013
Barry A. Guryan, a Member of the Firm in the Labor and Employment and Health Care and Life Sciences practices, in the Boston office, was quoted in article titled "NLRB Fails to Show Court That Injunctive Relief Is 'Just and Proper.'"
Following is an excerpt:
The National Labor Relations Board lost another round when a circuit court affirmed a district court decision rejecting the NLRB's petition to obtain temporary injunctive relief through the reinstatement of six discharged casino employees. NLRB v. Hartman and Tyner, Inc., d/b/a Mardi Gras Casino, et al., No. 12-14508 (11th Cir. 04/16/13).
"This case is interesting for a variety of reasons, especially for the hospitality industry, which has become a prime target of union organization," said Barry Guryan, a member of Epstein Becker Green's Labor and Employment and Health Care and Life Sciences practices. "While most employers demand that it not only be able to express its position about the need for a union at its place of business, they also demand that its employees be able to vote by secret ballot."