A petition for certiorari seeking review of the D.C. Circuit’s January 2013 decision in Noel Canning vs. NLRB has been filed in the U.S. Supreme Court. That decision, which we have blogged about before, held that President Obama’s January 4, 2012 recess appointments of three members to the National Labor Relations Board were invalid

“Can we duck the [recess appointments] issue?”  That question was asked yesterday by one of the members of the Third Circuit three-judge panel hearing oral argument on the National Labor Relation Board’s application to enforce its order in NLRB v. New Vista Nursing.
New Vista, like the Noel Canning v. NLRB case decided

Because it includes a challenge to Director Cordray’s appointment, we continue to follow the case filed this past June in federal court in Washington, D.C. by State National Bank of Big Spring against the CFPB, the Department of Treasury, Richard Cordray, and a number of other federal officials.  The original plaintiffs also included two non-profit

Another case we have been following that includes a challenge to Director Cordray’s appointment is the case filed this past June in federal court in Washington, D.C. by
State National Bank of Big Spring against the CFPB, the Department of Treasury, Richard Cordray, and a number of other federal officials.  The original plaintiffs also

Attorneys for a Connecticut nursing home company are attempting to have an application challenging the constitutionality of President Obama’s recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board referred to Justice Scalia after it was rejected yesterday by Justice Ginsburg, acting in her capacity as the Circuit Justice for the Second Circuit. 

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