National Labor Relations Board

2012-9-10 NLRB FOIA Request

FOIA Production: National Labor Relations Board Documents Regarding the Boeing Lawsuit

Cause of Action obtained documents from the NLRB including communications among staff and counsel during the Boeing lawsuit. Here are the full FOIA productions Cause of Action received. NLRB – Boeing production – Disc 1 NLRB – Boeing production – Disc 2 NLRB – Boeing production – Disc 3 NLRB […]

Big Government: FOIA Shows Link Between ACORN and NLRB

FOIA Shows Link Between ACORN and NLRB “Cause of Action, a nonpartisan group that seeks more transparency in government, recently discovered e-mails through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) that show linkages between top National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) executives and ACORN, the liberal community organizing group Andrew Breitbart helped […]

“Friends like these” NLRB email suggests ACORN, Union ties to the Board

how can i get my ex girlfriend back An email produced via FOIA to Cause of Action in documents regarding the Boeing case before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) suggests a close relationship among union leaders, ACORN, and the NLRB. In an email dated Wednesday, April 27, 2011, in […]

Citing CoA Findings, Rep. Kline Calls for Investigation into NLRB Communications on Boeing

Citing emails uncovered by Cause of Action through FOIA, on Friday, April 13, Rep. John Kline (R-MN) sent a letter to David Berry, the Inspector General at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) requesting an investigation into Acting Counsel Lafe Solomon at the NLRB for potential ex parte communications.  Rep. […]

NLRB’s Lafe Solomon Admits to Ex Parte Communications

In November, Cause of Action sent a request for investigation to the National Labor Relations Board regarding improper communications between former Member and Chairman Wilma Liebman and Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon. We have just received an update from the NLRB to a FOIA request we sent on this matter, […]

CoA Requests National Labor Relations Board OIG to Investigate