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  • Dummer Selected for Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program (posted: 01-05-2016)

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  • Dummer Provides 2015 State of the Y Address (posted: 11-17-2015)

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  • National Labor Relations Board in Washington DC affirms trial court's dismissal (posted: 10-22-2015)

    Following a three year ordeal, the National Labor Relations Board in Washington DC recently issued…Read More

  • Dummer Lectures on the Rules of Evidence at CLE Event sponsored by the National Business Institute in Gulfport, Mississippi (posted: 09-28-2015)

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National Labor Relations Board in Washington DC affirms trial court's dismissal View All Posts

posted on:  10-22-2015 06:59 am

Following a three year ordeal, the National Labor Relations Board in Washington DC recently issued a ruling affirming the trial court’s dismissal of all actions against Mr. Dummer’s client, who had been charged by the National Labor Relations Board for wrongfully terminating an employee, in contravention of the National Labor Relations Act.  Following a weeklong trial on the merits in Louisiana involving 13 witnesses, over 26,000 pages of evidence, and an extensive post hearing briefing schedule, the administrative law judge ruled in favor of Mr. Dummer’s client.  The General Counsel for the NLRB appealed the decision to the full Board in Washington, D.C., asserting error.  The National Labor Relations Board found no error in the lower court’s ruling and dismissed all actions against Mr. Dummer’s client.  For a copy of the full opinion go to:  http://apps.nlrb.gov/link/document.aspx/09031d4581de7534 National Labor Relations Board in Washington DC