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Long Term Care, Senior Housing, In-Home Care, and Rehabilitation and Labor and Employment Practice Groups Joint Annual Luncheon


At the 2012 Annual Meeting
June 25-27, 2012
Hyatt Regency Hotel
Chicago, IL

Title: Changing the Rules of the Game: NLRB Activity and Its Effect on the Long Term Care Workplace


2011 was a year of unprecedented activity by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). That activity, in the form of notice posting requirements, new rules regarding union elections, and case decisions regarding the size of bargaining units, has the potential to significantly increase unionization of the healthcare sector in general and the long term care field in particular. NLRB has also begun a new and aggressive application of the standard of protection for Section 7 rights generally to workplace policies, potentially dragging both unionized and non-unionized employers into liability under the National Labor Relations Act. Join us as we bring together experts for a wide-ranging discussion of the implications for healthcare employers of the NLRB�s activity in 2011 and its plans for 2012.


    C. Thomas Davis, Esquire
    Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC
    Nashville, TN

    Jon Zimring, Esquire
    Duane Morris LLP, Chicago, IL


    Jennifer L. Hilliard, Esquire
    Public Policy Attorney
    Washington, DC

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