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Cellco Partnership v. National Labor Relations Board

Verizon employee leaves work early, prompting months long investigation, during which employees offered conflicting accounts of whether the employee’s departure was authorized. NLRB: All of which was a pretext to fire a union-supporting employee. D.C. Circuit: Nope. Companies can fire employees for being dishonest, and that’s all that happened here.


Tags: 2018, D.C. Circuit, Labor Law, NLRB

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