The U.S. Supreme Court this morning, without comment, declined to overturn a NLRB decision that found that Church Homes (also known locally as Avery Heights) committed an unfair labor practice when it failed to reinstate the permanently replaced economic strikers upon their unconditional offer to return to work. I’ve discussed this case extensively in some
U.S. Supreme Court To Decide Soon Whether to Take Church Homes (Avery Heights) v. NLRB Case
Back in June, I talked about an important case arising out of Connecticut, that dates all the way back to a long and notable strike by employees in 1999 against the Avery Heights facility in Hartford, Connecticut. You can read the full post about Church Homes (d/b/a Avery Heights) v. NLRB here.
Keeping an Eye on the Church Homes (Avery Heights) v. NLRB Case – Will the Supreme Court Grant Certiorari?
While all eyes are on the Ricci v. DeStefano case now pending at the U.S. Supreme Court, another high-profile case from Connecticut may end up making its way to the court docket later this summer.
The case is Church Homes (d/b/a Avery Heights) v. NLRB and dates all the way back to 1999…