Justin A. Morocco, an Associate at Mowery Youell & Galeano, Ltd., was quoted in a Columbus Business First story entitled “Labor board has attorneys working overtime to keep up with rulings.” The story covered recent National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) rulings on the use of social media by employees and whether companies can require contract disputes to be settled through arbitration.
From the story:
When the U.S. Supreme Court ruled last year that companies could require contract disputes to be settled through arbitration rather than class-action lawsuits, that seemed to end the matter. Until the National Labor Relations Board weighed in at the start of 2012 with a different take on arbitration.
“Like most things the NLRB is doing lately, it leaves us at an impasse,” said Justin Morocco, an associate at Mowery Youell & Galeano Ltd., an employment law firm in Dublin. Employment lawyers might be in limbo until the NLRB ruling gets out of federal appeals.
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