On March 27, we posted an entry on the decision of a federal court in Washington, D.C. that some portions of the NLRB’s rule requiring employers to post a “Notice of Employee Rights” are not valid. Under the NLRB’s posting rule, employers are required to make the posting by April 30. The court’s decision is now on appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. The appellate court has entered an injunction prohibiting the NLRB from enforcing the posting rule, at least for now. The appellate court wants to maintain the status quo while it is deciding the appeal, which is being handled on an expedited basis. For the time-being, employer’s are relieved of their obligation to post the NLRB’s “Notification of Employee Rights.” More is sure to follow. Please visit us for updates on the status of the NLRB’s posting requirement.