Last week the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals agreed to hear together oral arguments in challenges to two agency decisions upholding new unions, including one at
The Daily Press first reported on the fledging machinists union's efforts to be formally recognized to represent nuclear safety workers in contract negotitions at the yard.
One argument made in the case mirrors one in a separate case involving the formation of an
Both companies say the NLRB did not have enough properly appointed members to weigh in on the appropriateness of the two unions.
The employees work for Enterprise's Alamo and National brands at the airport. Those workers voted to form a union by a 44-41 margin, according to court documents.
Typically when courts hear cases like these together, they then issue a single decision.