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Case: Labor Relations/Interference (5th Cir.)

Jan. 13, 2021, 10:28 PM

The National Labor Relations Board is entitled to enforcement of its order finding that Cordúa Restaurants Inc. of Houston violated the National Labor Relations Act by unlawfully firing a restaurant server because he organized co-workers to file a collective action under the Fair Labor Standards Act and the Texas Minimum Wage Act, and therefore the company is required to reinstate him with full back pay, the Fifth Circuit held. Substantial evidence supports the board’s finding that Cordúa had knowledge and discriminatory animus toward his protected conduct, based on its surveillance and interrogation of him, the timing of and failure to...

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