More Fallout from Ruling on Recess Appointments as D.R. Horton Challenges Decision on Class Action Waivers

, The Litigation Daily


The D.C. Circuit shook up both Washington and Wall Street when it invalidated President Obama's recess appointments of three NLRB members. Now D.R. Horton, a company that's been tangling with the NLRB in a key case dealing with employer arbitration agreements, wants the court's reasoning extended to a fourth NLRB member who was appointed nearly three years ago.

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