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NLRB Documents 10511

NLRB Documents 10511

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From:  Martin, Andrew  
Sent:  Monday, April 11, 2011 10:24  
To:  Abruzzo, Jennifer; Ahearn, Richard L.; Ananthanayagam, Shanti; Arlook, Martin M.;  
Baniszewski, Joseph; Barker, Joseph; Becker, Craig; Blyer, Alvin P.; Bonett Jr., Edward J.;  
Boren, Dennis R.; Burton, Spence; Carlton, Peter J.; Chester, Robert W.; Christman Jr.,  
Thomas J.; Cleeland, Nancy; Colwell, John F.; Cowen, William B.; Dreeben, Linda J.; Eddins- 
Hill, Rosalind Elaine; Englehart, Bob; Farrell, Ellen; Ferguson, John H.; Fies-Keller, Cara L.;  
Figueroa, Marta; Flynn, Terence F.; Franklin, Kirk; Garza, Jose; Glasser, Stephen M.; Gold,  
Wayne R.; Goldstein, Dawn; Gottschalk, Irving E.; Graham, David; Grant, Regina; Griffin, Jill;  
Guest, Matt; Habenstreit, David; Hankins, Raymond; Hayes, Brian; Heinzmann, Kym;  
HELTZER, LES (Hdqs); Hirozawa, Kent; Hollo, Elana R.; Hooks, Ronald K.; Howard, Deidran;  
Jacob, Fred B.; James, Kathleen; Jones, Harry; Joseph, Gloria; Kane, Robert F.; Karsh,  
Aaron; Katz, Judy; Kearney, Barry J.; Kelly, David A.; Kilpatrick, Elizabeth; Kinard, Martha E.;  
Krafts, Andrew J.; Lee, Sydney A.; Lennie, Rachel G.; Levin, Nelson; Levitan, Daniel; Ley,  
Rhonda; Lieber, Margery E.; Liebman, Wilma B.; Lightner, Michael; Lineback, Rik D.;  
Martin, David P.; Mattina, Celeste J.; McDermott, James J.; McKinney, Kathleen; Mills,  
Jacqueline; Moore-Duncan, Dorothy L.; Moran, Gail R.; Morgan, Terry A.; Murphy, James R.;  
Ohr, Peter S.; Osthus, Marlin O.; Overstreet, Cornele; Pearce, Mark G.; Purcell, Anne G.;  
Reynolds, Vanita S.; Rivchin, Julie Y.; Robinson, Miles Rosenberg, Joshua; Saunders, Josh Schiff, Robert; Shapiro, Ken; Siegel, Richard A.; Simms, Abby; Smith, Barry F.; Solomon,  
Lafe E.; Sophir, Jayme; Spector, Jennifer R.; Tellem, Elbert F.; Tendrich, Robert; Thompson,  
Scott C.; Tuli, Manisha E.; Wagner, Anthony R.; Williams, Harold; Yaffe, Deborah; Zick, Lara  
Subject:  Legal News FYI  

Legal eagles fly high Crain's inaugural award program, summit Crain's Detroit Business  4/10/11 8:42 Word: Lafe Solomon matched
Crain's Detroit Business and its partners the inaugural General and In-House Counsel Awards will honor toplegal minds and
rovide forum for legal ...trends the automotive sector. Speakers for the event include: Lafe Solomon, acting general counsel for the National Labor Relations Board 

Anna Aronova, Michael Berger -Wed

ings The New York Times  4/8/11 9:52 Word: National Labor Relations Board matchedDr. Anna Aronova and Michael Brandon Berger were married Saturday evening the North Ritz Club, caterer Syosset, N.Y. Cantor Sergei Schwartz 
...I
sland. The bridegroom lawyer Brooklyn with the National Labor Relations Board, for which investigates and litigates accusations of... 

Kleiner andWeil NLRA Remed
ies Workplace Prof Blog  4/8/11 5:20 Word: Labor Relations, NLRA, National Labor Relations Act matched
Morris Kleiner (Minnesota) and David Weil (Boston University) have per site their
osted the NBER Working Papiece, "Evaluating the Effectiveness Kleiner and Weil NLRA Remedies Morris Kleiner (Minnesota) and David Weil (Boston University) have posted the NBER Working Paper site their ... (Let know you would like copy this article -Andrew) 

Anti-union fight intensifies S.C. 
TheSunNews  4/10/11 7:47 Word: National Labor Relations Board matched
Critics: Effort distracts from real issues 
...workers the right secret ballots union elections. The National Labor Relations Board has threatened sue South Carolina, claiming the... 
Andrew Martin Librarian (Law) National Labor Relations Board 1099 14th Street Suite 800 Washington, 20570 
(202) 
273-3724 

(202) 
273-2906 fax 

andrew.martin@nlrb.gov 
From:  Solomon, Lafe  
Sent:  Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:47  
To:  Mattina, Celeste J.; Abruzzo, Jennifer; Kearney, Barry J.; Sophir, Jayme; Ahearn, Richard  
Subject:  FW: Machinist news release out  

From: Wagner, Anthony Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:43 To: Solomon,
afe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose Subject: Machinist news release out 
http://www.goiam.org/index.php/news/press-releases/8624-machinists-hail-nlrb-complaint-over-boeing-south-carolinamove 
Tony Wagner New Media Specialist Office Public Affairs National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) 1099 14th Street NW, Suite 11550 Washington, 20570 anthony.wagner@nlrb.gov 202-273-0187 cell: 202-375-9791 

nlrb.gov m.nlrb.gov facebook.com/NLRB
From:  Martin, Andrew  
Sent:  Thursday, April 21, 2011 9:15  
To:  Abruzzo, Jennifer;Ahearn, Richard L.;Ananthanayagam, Shanti;Arlook, Martin M.;  
Baniszewski, Joseph;Barker, Joseph;Becker, Craig;Blyer, Alvin P.;Bonett Jr., Edward J.;  
Boren, Dennis R.;Burton, Spence;Carlton, Peter J.;Chester, Robert W.;Christman Jr.,  
Thomas J.;Cleeland, Nancy;Colwell, John F.;Cowen, William B.;Dreeben, Linda J.;Eddins- 
Hill, Rosalind Elaine;Englehart, Bob;Farrell, Ellen;Ferguson, John H.;Fies-Keller, Cara L.;  
Figueroa, Marta;Flynn, Terence F.;Franklin, Kirk;Garza, Jose;Glasser, Stephen M.;Gold,  
Wayne R.;Goldstein, Dawn;Gottschalk, Irving E.;Graham, David;Grant, Regina;Griffin, Jill;  
Guest, Matt;Habenstreit, David;Hankins, Raymond;Hayes, Brian;Heinzmann, Kym;  
HELTZER, LES (Hdqs);Hirozawa, Kent;Hollo, Elana R.;Hooks, Ronald K.;Howard, Deidran;  
Jacob, Fred B.;James, Kathleen;Jones, Harry;Joseph, Gloria;Kane, Robert F.;Karsh,  
Aaron;Katz, Judy;Kearney, Barry J.;Kelly, David A.;Kilpatrick, Elizabeth;Kinard, Martha E.;  
Krafts, Andrew J.;Lee, Sydney A.;Lennie, Rachel G.;Levin, Nelson;Levitan, Daniel;Ley,  
Rhonda;Lieber, Margery E.;Liebman, Wilma B.;Lightner, Michael;Lineback, Rik D.;  
Martin, David P.;Mattina, Celeste J.;McDermott, James J.;McKinney, Kathleen;Mills,  
Jacqueline;Moore-Duncan, Dorothy L.;Moran, Gail R.;Morgan, Terry A.;Murphy, James R.;  
Ohr, Peter S.;Osthus, Marlin O.;Overstreet, Cornele;Pearce, Mark G.;Purcell, Anne G.;  
Reynolds, Vanita S.;Rivchin, Julie Y.;Robinson, Miles A;Rosenberg, Joshua;Saunders, Josh  
D;Schiff, Robert;Shapiro, Ken;Siegel, Richard A.;Simms, Abby;Smith, Barry F.;Solomon,  
Lafe E.;Sophir, Jayme;Spector, Jennifer R.;Tellem, Elbert F.;Tendrich, Robert;Thompson,  
Scott C.;Tuli, Manisha E.;Wagner, Anthony R.;Williams, Harold;Yaffe, Deborah;Zick, Lara  
Subject:  Legal News FYI  

Labor Board Says Boeings South
arolina Plant Breaks Law The New York Times  04/20/11 22:43  Words matched: Lafe Solomon what may the strongest signal yet the new pro-labor orientation the
ational Labor Relations Board under President Obama, the agency filed complaint Wednesday seeking force Boeing bring airplane production line back its unionized facilities Washington State instead ...to discourage future strikes. The agency acting general counsel, Lafe Solomon, said was illegal for companies take actions retaliation... 

Federal Airport Screeners Split Vote Representation Election; Runoff Ahead bargaining unit consisting approximately 43,000 nonsupervisory federal airport screeners employed the Transportation Security Administration still for grabs based the initial results announced April representation election conducted the
ederal Labor Relations Authority. 

Unions From Eight Countries Unite Counter International Airline Alliance 
Airline unions from the United States and seven other countries April announced they have formed cooperative global organization aimed protecting working conditions for tens thousands employees affected international airline alliances. 

Court Allows PBGC Attorney Fiduciary Breach Case 
ilots Union Depose
The Airline Pilots Association can depose Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation attorney who was tasked with investigating alleged breaches the former trustees Airways Inc.'s pension plan, the U.S. District Court for the District Columbia ruled April (US Airline Pilots Ass'n PBGC, D.D.C., No. 1:09-cv-01675, 4/19/11). 

Court Upholds Law Halt Bargaining Over Health Massachusetts Transit Agency 
BOSTONA Massachusetts state court April rejected union challenge two-year-old state law that eliminated collective bargaining over health care for nearly 6,300 union-represented workers employed the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (Local 589 Massachusetts, Mass. Super. Ct., No. 09-3954-B, 
New Hampshire Senate OKs Right-to-Work Bill Passed House 
BOSTONThe New Hampshire Senate April voted 16-8 approve House-passed bill (H.B. 474) that would implement right-to-work law, effective Jan. 2012. 
iting Limited Scope and Secondary Purpose 
Acting unfair labor practice charges that were filed against International Brotherhood Teamsters local New England more than years ago, the National Labor Relations Board April decided that the union violated federal labor law entering and enforcing agreement that highway construction contractor would not subcontract ready-mix concrete deliveries two firms that did not have contracts with the union (Int'l Bhd. Teamsters Local 251 (Material Sand Stone ... 
Andrew Martin Librarian (Law)
ational Labor Relations Board 1099 14th Street Suite 800 Washington, 20570 
(202) 
273-3724 

(202) 
273-2906 fax 

andrew.martin@nlrb.gov 
From:  Martin, Andrew  
Sent:  Friday, April 22, 2011 8:55  
To:  Abruzzo, Jennifer; Ahearn, Richard L.; Ananthanayagam, Shanti; Arlook, Martin M.;  
Baniszewski, Joseph; Barker, Joseph; Becker, Craig; Blyer, Alvin P.; Bonett Jr., Edward J.;  
Boren, Dennis R.; Burton, Spence; Carlton, Peter J.; Chester, Robert W.; Christman Jr.,  
Thomas J.; Cleeland, Nancy; Colwell, John F.; Cowen, William B.; Dreeben, Linda J.; Eddins- 
Hill, Rosalind Elaine; Englehart, Bob; Farrell, Ellen; Ferguson, John H.; Fies-Keller, Cara L.;  
Figueroa, Marta; Flynn, Terence F.; Franklin, Kirk; Garza, Jose; Glasser, Stephen M.; Gold,  
Wayne R.; Goldstein, Dawn; Gottschalk, Irving E.; Graham, David; Grant, Regina; Griffin, Jill;  
Guest, Matt; Habenstreit, David; Hankins, Raymond; Hayes, Brian; Heinzmann, Kym;  
HELTZER, LES (Hdqs); Hirozawa, Kent; Hollo, Elana R.; Hooks, Ronald K.; Howard, Deidran;  
Jacob, Fred B.; James, Kathleen; Jones, Harry; Joseph, Gloria; Kane, Robert F.; Karsh,  
Aaron; Katz, Judy; Kearney, Barry J.; Kelly, David A.; Kilpatrick, Elizabeth; Kinard, Martha E.;  
Krafts, Andrew J.; Lee, Sydney A.; Lennie, Rachel G.; Levin, Nelson; Levitan, Daniel; Ley,  
Rhonda; Lieber, Margery E.; Liebman, Wilma B.; Lightner, Michael; Lineback, Rik D.;  
Martin, David P.; Mattina, Celeste J.; McDermott, James J.; McKinney, Kathleen; Mills,  
Jacqueline; Moore-Duncan, Dorothy L.; Moran, Gail R.; Morgan, Terry A.; Murphy, James R.;  
Ohr, Peter S.; Osthus, Marlin O.; Overstreet, Cornele; Pearce, Mark G.; Purcell, Anne G.;  
Reynolds, Vanita S.; Rivchin, Julie Y.; Robinson, Miles Rosenberg, Joshua; Saunders, Josh Schiff, Robert; Shapiro, Ken; Siegel, Richard A.; Simms, Abby; Smith, Barry F.; Solomon,  
Lafe E.; Sophir, Jayme; Spector, Jennifer R.; Tellem, Elbert F.; Tendrich, Robert; Thompson,  
Scott C.; Tuli, Manisha E.; Wagner, Anthony R.; Williams, Harold; Yaffe, Deborah; Zick, Lara  
Subject:  Legal News FYI  

NLRB Complaint Challenges Boeing Transfer' Dreamliner Work South Carolina Fac
ility 
The National Labor Relations Board's acting general counsel April issued complaint alleging that Boeing Co. illegally transfits airliner production and related supply operations South
erred some ofCarolina because Washington... 
TSA Airport Scide Union
reeners DecDuring Four Weeks Voting Ending June runof
election determine the exclusive union representative federal airport approximately 43,000 fscreeners scheduled conducted over
our-week period ending June 21, with the votes tallied June 23, the two competing unions... 
IAM Members Ohio Steel Works Ratify Three-Year Contrac Covering 1,700 
Members ofthe International Association ofacility
Machinists employed Steel Corp. fMiddletown, Ohio, April voted ratif collective bargaining agreement covering some 1,700 workers that provides wage increases and... 

Central Park Restaurant Accused Mistreating Workers
Y1.com -Manhattan  04/21/11 19:42  Words matched: National Labor Relations Board Lawmakers and hundreds union members rallied todayoutside popular restaurant Central Park. Workers the iconic Boathouse Restaurant saythe operator, Dean Poll, engaging illegal union-busting activity 
...Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe crack down the restaurant. The National Labor Relations Board holding hearing the workers claims 
Andrew Martin Librarian (Law) National Labor Relations Board 1099 14th Street Suite 800 Washington, 20570 
(202) 
273-3724 

(202) 
273-2906 fax 

andrew.martin@nlrb.gov 
From:  Martin, Andrew  
Sent:  Monday, April 25, 2011 9:14  
To:  Abruzzo, Jennifer; Ahearn, Richard L.; Ananthanayagam, Shanti; Arlook, Martin M.;  
Baniszewski, Joseph; Barker, Joseph; Becker, Craig; Blyer, Alvin P.; Bonett Jr., Edward J.;  
Boren, Dennis R.; Burton, Spence; Carlton, Peter J.; Chester, Robert W.; Christman Jr.,  
Thomas J.; Cleeland, Nancy; Colwell, John F.; Cowen, William B.; Dreeben, Linda J.; Eddins- 
Hill, Rosalind Elaine; Englehart, Bob; Farrell, Ellen; Ferguson, John H.; Fies-Keller, Cara L.;  
Figueroa, Marta; Flynn, Terence F.; Franklin, Kirk; Garza, Jose; Glasser, Stephen M.; Gold,  
Wayne R.; Goldstein, Dawn; Gottschalk, Irving E.; Graham, David; Grant, Regina; Griffin, Jill;  
Guest, Matt; Habenstreit, David; Hankins, Raymond; Hayes, Brian; Heinzmann, Kym;  
HELTZER, LES (Hdqs); Hirozawa, Kent; Hollo, Elana R.; Hooks, Ronald K.; Howard, Deidran;  
Jacob, Fred B.; James, Kathleen; Jones, Harry; Joseph, Gloria; Kane, Robert F.; Karsh,  
Aaron; Katz, Judy; Kearney, Barry J.; Kelly, David A.; Kilpatrick, Elizabeth; Kinard, Martha E.;  
Krafts, Andrew J.; Lee, Sydney A.; Lennie, Rachel G.; Levin, Nelson; Levitan, Daniel; Ley,  
Rhonda; Lieber, Margery E.; Liebman, Wilma B.; Lightner, Michael; Lineback, Rik D.;  
Martin, David P.; Mattina, Celeste J.; McDermott, James J.; McKinney, Kathleen; Mills,  
Jacqueline; Moore-Duncan, Dorothy L.; Moran, Gail R.; Morgan, Terry A.; Murphy, James R.;  
Ohr, Peter S.; Osthus, Marlin O.; Overstreet, Cornele; Pearce, Mark G.; Purcell, Anne G.;  
Reynolds, Vanita S.; Rivchin, Julie Y.; Robinson, Miles Rosenberg, Joshua; Saunders, Josh Schiff, Robert; Shapiro, Ken; Siegel, Richard A.; Simms, Abby; Smith, Barry F.; Solomon,  
Lafe E.; Sophir, Jayme; Spector, Jennifer R.; Tellem, Elbert F.; Tendrich, Robert; Thompson,  
Scott C.; Tuli, Manisha E.; Wagner, Anthony R.; Williams, Harold; Yaffe, Deborah; Zick, Lara  
Subject:  Legal News FYI  

Eighth Circuit Backs NLRB Two Cases Arising Out Board's 2007
elegations The U.S. Court Appeals for the Eighth Circuit held April that the National Labor Relations Board acted properlywhen three-member board panel reconsidered and decided case which the appellate court had previouslyrefused enforce... 
Southern California UFCW Locals Vote Authorize Strike Against Groceries 
LOS ANGELESAll seven Southern California United Food and Commercial Workers locals representing some 70,000 area workers Ralphs GroceryCo., Albertsons Inc., and SafewayInc.s Vons supermarkets voted "in excess... 
Oklahoma Legislature OKs Bill Repealing Law Requiring Cities Recognize Unions 
AUSTIN, TexasA 2004 law requiring Oklahoma cities with populations least 35,000 bargain collectivelywith municipal employ
ees who want union representation would repealed under legislation 
(H.B. 1593) passed bythe... 
Former ATU Headquarters Worker Files ULP Alleging Retaliation for Organizing Union Staff former communications department worker the international office the Amalgamated Transit Union April filed unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor Relations Board, alleging that the union and its newlyelected... 
Daniel Austin, union president DuPont plant 
Buffalo News (NY) Author: N/A; Word Count: 207 
4/22/11 BUFFALONWS 2011 WLNR 7907741 Text: Daniel Austin, Buffalo, president his union the E.I. Pont Nemours plant the Town Tonawanda, died Wednesdayin the Center for ... Come 
Gainesville.com  04/23/11 06:01  other sources (TheLedger.com, DailyMe) 

Words match
ed: Lafe Solomon, Wilma Liebman For businesses, was the type action theyhave feared from National Labor Relations Board dominated byDemocrats. For labor unions, was the tyhave hoped for. action they
...kind strikes the airplane maker had repeatedly faced Washington Lafe Solomon, the labor board acting general counsel, said the company... Has Tentative Labor Deal After Mos Talks New York Times  04/22/11 18:57  Words match
ed: unfair labor practice NEW YORK (AP)  The Associated Press has reached tentative agreement labor contract that the news cooperative say would provide financial stabilityduring time media upheaval. 
...agreement came after the union threatened file allegations unfair labor practice and management threatened withdraw several proposals 
Andrew Martin Librarian (Law) National Labor Relations Board 1099 14th Street Suite 800 Washington, 20570 
(202) 
273-3724 

(202) 
273-2906 fax andrew.martin@nlrb.gov 

From:  Martin, Andrew  
Sent:  Wednesday, April 27, 2011 8:35  
To:  Abruzzo, Jennifer; Ahearn, Richard L.; Ananthanayagam, Shanti; Arlook, Martin M.;  
Baniszewski, Joseph; Barker, Joseph; Becker, Craig; Blyer, Alvin P.; Bonett Jr., Edward J.;  
Boren, Dennis R.; Burton, Spence; Carlton, Peter J.; Chester, Robert W.; Christman Jr.,  
Thomas J.; Cleeland, Nancy; Colwell, John F.; Cowen, William B.; Dreeben, Linda J.; Eddins- 
Hill, Rosalind Elaine; Englehart, Bob; Farrell, Ellen; Ferguson, John H.; Fies-Keller, Cara L.;  
Figueroa, Marta; Flynn, Terence F.; Franklin, Kirk; Garza, Jose; Glasser, Stephen M.; Gold,  
Wayne R.; Goldstein, Dawn; Gottschalk, Irving E.; Graham, David; Grant, Regina; Grif
in, Jill;  
Guest, Matt; Habenstreit, David; Hankins, Raymond; Hayes, Brian; Heinzmann, Kym;  
HELTZER, LES (Hdqs); Hirozawa, Kent; Hollo, Elana R.; Hooks, Ronald K.; Howard, Deidran;  
Jacob, Fred B.; James, Kathleen; Jones, Harry; Joseph, Gloria; Kane, Robert F.; Karsh,  
Aaron; Katz, Judy; Kearney, Barry J.; Kelly, David A.; Kilpatrick, Elizabeth; Kinard, Martha E.;  
Krafts, Andrew J.; Lee, Sydney A.; Lennie, Rachel G.; Levin, Nelson; Levitan, Daniel; Ley,  
Rhonda; Lieber, Margery E.; Liebman, Wilma B.; Lightner, Michael; Lineback, Rik D.;  
Martin, David P.; Mattina, Celeste J.; McDermott, James J.; McKinney, Kathleen; Mills,  
Jacqueline; Moore-Duncan, Dorothy L.; Moran, Gail R.; Morgan, Terry A.; Murphy, James R.;  
Ohr, Peter S.; Osthus, Marlin O.; Overstreet, Cornele; Pearce, Mark G.; Purcell, Anne G.;  
Reynolds, Vanita S.; Rivchin, Julie Y.; Robinson, Miles Rosenberg, Joshua; Saunders, Josh Schif Robert; Shapiro, Ken; Siegel, Richard A.; Simms, Abby; Smith, Barry F.; Solomon,  
Lafe E.; Sophir, Jayme; Spector, Jennifer R.; Tellem, Elbert F.; Tendrich, Robert; Thompson,  
Scott C.; Tuli, Manisha E.; Wagner, Anthony R.; Williams, Harold; Yaf Deborah; Zick, Lara  
Subject:  Legal News FYI  

Raynor Resigns From Positions President Workers United, SEIU International 
Amid internal charges allegedly misappropriating union funds through misleading expense reports, Bruce Raynor, president the Workers United affiliate the Service Employees
nternational Union and international executive vice... 
AFA, IAM Compresent
ete RepFlight Attendants United Continental CHInc. will choose single union represent
CAGOFlight attendants United Continental Holdings Ithem collective bargaining under voting procedures authorized the National Mediation Board April 26.... 
RNs Threaten Short Strikes Next Week Five Hosp
itals, Primarily Over Staffing Affiliates National Nurses United the last few days have notified five hospitals four states that their members plan engage strikes ranging from one day five days, during the week beginning May 1.... 
NLRB's Weekly Summary Cases, Dated April 18-22, 2011 

The answer Boeings labor dispute
ashington Post  04/26/11 00:23 
ords matched: Lafe Solomon For high-stakes legal drama, doesns filing the National Labor Relations Board charging that get much bigger than last weekBoeing decision open big new production facility union-phobic South Carolina was motivated desire punish and intimidate the strike-prone union its ...based the complaint filed the International Association Machinists Lafe Solomon, the acting general counsel who made the decision, is... 

Lawmakers support Backus nurses union right 
Norwich Bulletin (AP)  04/26/11 23:17 
ords matched: National Labor Relations Act Ten state legislators recently signed letter calling for The William Backus Hospital management remain neutral nurses decide joining union. 

Ex-Labor Board Chairman: Union-Backed Case Against Boeing 'Unprecedented' 
FoxNews.com  04/26/11 00:09 

ords matched: National Labor Relations Act
 The former chairman the National Labor Relations Board told FoxNews.com that board attorney's bid stop
 Boeing from opening production line non-union site South Carolina "unprecedented" and could have
 serious implications for companies looking expand. worke fundamental right guaranteed the National Labor Relations Act," Solomon said 
er's right strik statement. "We also recognize...
 

Unionized BCBS Employees Locked Out
NED NewsRoom  04/26/11 17:10 
ords matched: NLRB BUFFALO (wned) -Unionized employees Blue Cross/Blue Shield WNY are the outside looking today. Nearly 400 members Local 212 the Office and Professional Employees International Union have been "locked out" corporate offices West Genesee St. 
...Cross/Blue Shield has filed two unfair labor practice charges with the NLRB. The union said has numerous concerns including pay, job security 

Bremerton Ambulance workers turn down union 
Kitsap Sun (AP)  04/26/11 15:13 
ords matched: National Labor Relations Board BREMERTON  Bremerton Ambulance workers, voting for second time, have turned down the prospect union representation. The vote was 15, according Kim Doyle, Bremerton Ambulance executive director. 
...International Association EMTs and Paramedics filed objection with the National Labor Relations Board, and second vote was held. Bremerton... 
Andrew Martin Librarian (Law) National Labor Relations Board 1099 14th Street Suite 800 Washington, 20570 
(202) 
273-3724 

(202) 
273-2906 fax andrew.martin@nlrb.gov 

From:  Martin, Andrew  
Sent:  Friday, April 29, 2011 8:35  
To:  Abruzzo, Jennifer;Ahearn, Richard L.;Ananthanayagam, Shanti;Arlook, Martin M.;  
Baniszewski, Joseph;Barker, Joseph;Becker, Craig;Blyer, Alvin P.;Bonett Jr., Edward J.;  
Boren, Dennis R.;Burton, Spence;Carlton, Peter J.;Chester, Robert W.;Christman Jr.,  
Thomas J.;Cleeland, Nancy;Colwell, John F.;Cowen, William B.;Dreeben, Linda J.;Eddins- 
Hill, Rosalind Elaine;Englehart, Bob;Farrell, Ellen;Ferguson, John H.;Fies-Keller, Cara L.;  
Figueroa, Marta;Flynn, Terence F.;Franklin, Kirk;Garza, Jose;Glasser, Stephen M.;Gold,  
Wayne R.;Goldstein, Dawn;Gottschalk, Irving E.;Graham, David;Grant, Regina;Griffin, Jill;  
Guest, Matt;Habenstreit, David;Hankins, Raymond;Hayes, Brian;Heinzmann, Kym;  
HELTZER, LES (Hdqs);Hirozawa, Kent;Hollo, Elana R.;Hooks, Ronald K.;Howard, Deidran;  
Jacob, Fred B.;James, Kathleen;Jones, Harry;Joseph, Gloria;Kane, Robert F.;Karsh,  
Aaron;Katz, Judy;Kearney, Barry J.;Kelly, David A.;Kilpatrick, Elizabeth;Kinard, Martha E.;  
Krafts, Andrew J.;Lee, Sydney A.;Lennie, Rachel G.;Levin, Nelson;Levitan, Daniel;Ley,  
Rhonda;Lieber, Margery E.;Liebman, Wilma B.;Lightner, Michael;Lineback, Rik D.;  
Martin, David P.;Mattina, Celeste J.;McDermott, James J.;McKinney, Kathleen;Mills,  
Jacqueline;Moore-Duncan, Dorothy L.;Moran, Gail R.;Morgan, Terry A.;Murphy, James R.;  
Ohr, Peter S.;Osthus, Marlin O.;Overstreet, Cornele;Pearce, Mark G.;Purcell, Anne G.;  
Reynolds, Vanita S.;Rivchin, Julie Y.;Robinson, Miles A;Rosenberg, Joshua;Saunders, Josh  
D;Schiff, Robert;Shapiro, Ken;Siegel, Richard A.;Simms, Abby;Smith, Barry F.;Solomon,  
Lafe E.;Sophir, Jayme;Spector, Jennifer R.;Tellem, Elbert F.;Tendrich, Robert;Thompson,  
Scott C.;Tuli, Manisha E.;Wagner, Anthony R.;Williams, Harold;Yaffe, Deborah;Zick, Lara  
Subject:  Legal News FYI  

NMB Ruling Sets Stage for Ramp Workers United Continental Choose Single Union 
The merged United and Continental airlines have sufficiently integrated their operations form single transportation system for representation purposes for fleet service workers, the National Mediation Board said April (In Application... 
UNITE
ERE Members Starwood Pacts With
otels Chicago, San Francisco Members UNITE HERE Local Chicago and Local 2in San Francisco are working under new contract with Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide Inc. covering about 4,20 hotel employees, reached after 2months negotiations, spokeswomen... 
Nine State Attorneys General Join Protest Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Complaint 
The attorneys general nine states April sent letter National Labor Relations Board Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon asserting that his approval unfair labor practice complaint challenging Boeing Co.'s decision... 
Indiana Governor Signs Bill Limiting Teachers' Collective Bargaining Rights 
LANSING, Mich.Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels (R) April signed legislation (S.B. 575) that curtails teachers' collective bargaining rights, sets limits the number teachers that may sit decisionmaking committees, and... 

Haley asks for stances NLRB 
Post andCourier (AP)  04/28/11 19:23  Word: National Labor Relations Board, NLRB matched
COLUM
BIA --Gov. Nikki Haley said Wednesday she wants Republican presidential hopefuls, who will debating her state shortly, address how they would deal with unions and complaint filed the National Labor Relations Board. Haley asks for stances NLRB COLUMBIA --Gov. Nikki Haley said Wednesday she who
ants Republican presidential hopefuls, will debating in... 
Andrew Martin 
Librarian (Law) 
National Labor Relations Board 
1099 14th Street 
Suite 800 
Washington, 20570 
(202) 
273-3724 

(202) 
273-2906 fax 

andrew.martin@nlrb.gov 
From:  Martin, Andrew  
Sent:  Wednesday, May 04, 2011 8:21  
To:  Abruzzo, Jennifer; Ahearn, Richard L.; Ananthanayagam, Shanti; Arlook, Martin M.;  
Baniszewski, Joseph; Barker, Joseph; Becker, Craig; Blyer, Alvin P.; Bonett Jr., Edward J.;  
Boren, Dennis R.; Burton, Spence; Carlton, Peter J.; Chester, Robert W.; Christman Jr.,  
Thomas J.; Cleeland, Nancy; Colwell, John F.; Cowen, William B.; Dreeben, Linda J.; Eddins- 
Hill, Rosalind Elaine; Englehart, Bob; Farrell, Ellen; Ferguson, John H.; Fies-Keller, Cara L.;  
Figueroa, Marta; Flynn, Terence F.; Franklin, Kirk; Garza, Jose; Glasser, Stephen M.; Gold,  
Wayne R.; Goldstein, Dawn; Gottschalk, Irving E.; Graham, David; Grant, Regina; Griffin, Jill;  
Guest, Matt; Habenstreit, David; Hankins, Raymond; Hayes, Brian; Heinzmann, Kym;  
HELTZER, LES (Hdqs); Hirozawa, Kent; Hollo, Elana R.; Hooks, Ronald K.; Howard, Deidran;  
Jacob, Fred B.; James, Kathleen; Jones, Harry; Joseph, Gloria; Kane, Robert F.; Karsh,  
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From:  Farrell, Ellen  
Sent:  Wednesday, May 18, 2011 10:27  
To:  Abruzzo, Jennifer  
Subject:  FW: Boeing Complaint  
Attachments:  CPT.19-CA-032431.Boeing  4-20-2011 Complaint and Not Hrg.pdf  

Per your request 
Ellen 
Ellen Farrell Deputy Associate General Counsel Division Advice, NLRB 202-3810 
273
Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov 
From: Ahearn, Richard Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 12:04 To: Solomon, Lafe Ellen Mattina, Celeste J.; Cleeland, Nancy; Kearney, Barry J.; Farrell, ESubject: Boeing Complaint 
Signed and sent the attorneys for Boeing and the IAM. Rich

From:  Abruzzo, Jennifer  
Sent:  Wednesday, May 18, 2011 11:24  
To:  Farrell, Ellen  
Subject:  RE: BoeingComplaint  

Thanks much Ellen for the copy and for your insights. think that the final draft came out very well. Unfortunately, think were going dealing with more these the days come.
gain, apologize for interrupting your meeting. 
From: Farrell, Ellen Sent: Wednesday, May 18, 2011 10:27 To: Abruzzo, Jennifer Subject: FW: Boeing
omplaint 
Per your request 
Ellen 
Ellen Farrell Deputy Associate General Counsel Division Advice, NLRB 202-3810 
273
Ellen.Farrell@nlrb.gov 
From: Ahearn, Richard Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 12:04 To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Mattina, Cleeland, Nancy; Kearney, Barry J.; Farrell, Ellen 
eleste J.; CSubject: Boeing
omplaint 
Signed and sent the attorneys for Boeing and the IAM. 
Rich 
From:  Pomerantz, Anne  
Sent:  Thursday, July 30, 2009 11:04  
To:  Ahearn, Richard  
Subject: you were saying  

Aerospace Boeing, Machinists Negotiate Plan Offering Voluntary Layoffs, Benefits 
SEATTLEThe Boeing and International Association Machinists District 751 have agreed voluntary layoff plan that will allow eligible airplane production workers choose laid off with certain benefits and the company retain employees with critical skills, union representative said July 29. The voluntary layoff benefits option plan, effective July 28, will help stabilize the workforce during times layoffs, according
onnie Kelliher, District 751 spokeswoman. 
Benefits include lump sum payments, extended medical and dental insurance, and earlier pension
 availability, according the union.
 
IAM-represented employees last had access voluntary layoff plan 1993, Kelliher said.
 The plan the product ongoing discussions between Boeing and the union aimed improving
 communications the wake the union's 57-day strike against the company last fall (213 DLR A-10,
 11/4/08), according Kelliher.
 
If can work together make difference it's the interests everyone, she said. 
Boeing spokesman Tim Healy said the parties have understanding that they need work improve the relationship, having experienced three strikes during the last five rounds contract negotiations. 
We've got improve this relationship but we've got improve fundamental way, Healy told BNA July 29. 
The voluntary layoff benefits options plan laid out memorandum understanding attached the parties' four-year contract, Kelliher said. the suggestion IAM District 751 President Tom Wroblewski, Boeing and the union began talking about voluntary layoff option January, she said. that time, the company said intended cut employment across the company 10,000 jobs 2009, including 4,500 Boeing
ommercial Airplanes (213 DLR A-10, 11/4/08). 
Healy said job reductions since November 2008 the commercial airplanes unit, including voluntary departures and layoffs, now stand 2,500. 
ompanywide employment the same time period has decreased 4,600, said. 
Plan Helps Boeing Retain Skills statement the union's website, Wroblewski said the voluntary plan will particularly
 appealing workers who intend retire anyway.
 
The theory offer option that will accommodate the needs individual employees, help the
 company retain the skills needs, and the same time reduce the number employees being
 surplussed, Wroblewski said the statement.
 
District 751 represents some 25,000 airplane production workers the Puget Sound area.
 Small units also covered the contract for commercial airplane production workers are Portland,
 Ore., and Wichita, Kan.
 
About 462 IAM-represented employees have been laid off since the first part the year, Kelliher
 said. hard know how many employees would eligible and interested the voluntary plan, she
 said.
 
Jobs Must Declared Surplus described the union, employees must job skill area that has been declared surplus
 Boeing skill management teams order apply for voluntary layoff benefits.
 
Skill teams will decide whether machinist qualifies for the plan, the union said.
 
Voluntary layoff benefits include:
 
 lump-sum payment one week pay for every two years service maximum weeks; 

 
eligibility for continued medical and dental insurance for six months following layoff; and 

 
eligibility for receiving pension benefits during six-year period following layoff provided that employees forfeit recall rights. Nan Netherton 
Anne Pomerantz Regional Attorney National Labor Relations Board Region 2948 Jacond Ave., Seattle, 98174 
kson Federal Building, 915 Sec (206) 220-6311 Fax: (206) 220-6305 
anne.pomerantz@nlrb.gov  
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From:  David Campbell [campbell@workerlaw.com]  
Sent:  Sunday, April 11, 2010 2:48  
To:  David Campbell; Ahearn, Richard  
Cc:  Corson Christopher; mblondin@iamaw.org; tomw@iam751.org; Carson Glickman-Flora;  
Kathy Barnard; Jude Bryan  
Subject:  RE:Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges  

Director Ahearn, Thank you for taking the time meet with us. This will confirm our meeting Monday April your offices 2:3Attendees will include Rich. Michalski, General Vice President the IAM, Chris Corson, PM. 
General Counsel for the IAM, Tom Wroblew
ski, President IAM District Lodge 751, Mark Blondin, the IAM National Boeing Coordinator, partner, Carson Glickman-Flora and myself. look forw
ard our meeting. 
Thanks, Dave 
Sincerely, David Campbell 
campbell@workerlaw.com Mercer Suite 400 Seattle, Washington 98119-3
971 Phone (206)285-2828: FAX (206)32
78-413This communication protected the attorney client and attorney work-product privileges. Please not copy, forward append. 
From: David Campbell Sent: Friday, April 02, 2010 10:25 To: Ahearn, Richard Cc: Corstopher; Mark Blondin (mblondin@iamaw.org); tomw@iam751.org; Cars Chrison Glickman-Flora; Kathy Barnard; Jude Bryan Subject: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Director Ahearn, propose meet with you and your staff regarding the latest Boeing charges 1:3 April 12, 2010 your offices. Please advise this will work with your schedule. 
Thanks, Dave 
Sincerely, David Campbell 
campbell@workerlaw.com Mercer Suite 400 Seattle, Washington 98119-3
971 Phone (206)285-2828: FAX (206)32
78-413This communication protected the attorney client and attorney work-product privileges. Please not copy, forward append. 
From:  Ahearn, Richard  
Sent:  Sunday, April 11, 2010 3:06  
To:  'campbell@workerlaw.com'  
Subject:  Re: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges  

David, Thanks for the advance notice; look forward seeing everyone. Rich 
Sent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld 
From: David Campbell 
 To: David Campbell ; Ahearn, Richard
 Cc: Corstopher ; mblondin@iamaw.org ; tomw@iam751.org ; Cars Glickman-Flora ; Kathy Barnard ; Jude Bryan  Sent: Sun Apr 14:48:00 2010 Subject: RE: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Director Ahearn, Thank you for taking the time meet with us. This will confirm our meeting Monday April your offices 2:30 PM. Attendees will include Rich. Michalski, General Vice President the IAM, Chris Corson, General Counsel for the IAM, Tom Wroblew
ski, President IAM District Lodge 751, Mark Blondin, the IAM National Boeing Coordinator, partner, Carson Glickman-Flora and myself. look forw
ard our meeting. 
Thanks, Dave 
Sincerely, David Campbell 
campbell@workerlaw.com Mercer Suite 400 Seattle, Washington 98119-3971 Phone (206)285-2828: FAX (206)378-4132 This communication protected the attorney client and attorney work-product privileges. Please not copy, forward append. 
From: David Campbell Sent: Friday, April 02, 2010 10:25 To: Ahearn, Richard Cc: Corstopher; Mark Blondin (mblondin@iamaw.org); tomw@iam751.org; Cars Chrison Glickman-Flora; Kathy Barnard; Jude Bryan Subject: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Director Ahearn, propose meet with you and your staff regarding the latest Boeing charges 1:30 April 12, 2010 your offices. Please advise this will work with your schedule. 
Thanks, Dave 
Sincerely, David Campbell 
campbell@workerlaw.com Mercer Suite 400 Seattle, Washington 98119-3971 Phone (206)285-2828: FAX (206)378-4132 This communication protected the attorney client and attorney work-product privileges. Please not copy, forward append. 
From:  Ahearn, Richard  
Sent:  Sunday, April 11, 2010 3:08  
To:  Baniszewski, Joseph  
Subject:  Fw: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges  

FYI...in case you're here then. Rich 
Sent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld 
From: David Campbell 
 To: David Campbell ; Ahearn, Richard
 Cc: Corstopher ; mblondin@iamaw.org ; tomw@iam751.org ; Cars Glickman-Flora ; Kathy Barnard ; Jude Bryan  Sent: Sun Apr 14:48:00 2010 Subject: RE: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges
irector Ahearn, Thank you for taking the time meet with us. This will confirm our meeting Monday April your offices 2:30 PM. Attendees will include Rich. Michalski, General Vice President the IAM, Chris Corson, General Counsel for the IAM, Tom Wroblew
ski, President IAM District Lodge 751, Mark Blondin, the IAM National Boeing Coordinator, partner, Carson Glickman-Flora and myself. look forw
ard our meeting. 
Thanks, Dave 
Sincerely, David Campbell 
campbell@workerlaw.com Mercer Suite 400 Seattle, Washington 98119-3971 Phone (206)285-2828: FAX (206)378-4132 This communication protected the attorney client and attorney work-product privileges. Please not copy, forward append. 
From: David Campbell Sent: Friday, April 02, 2010 10:25 To: Ahearn, Richard Cc: Corstopher; Mark Blondin (mblondin@iamaw.org); tomw@iam751.org; Cars Chrison Glickman-Flora; Kathy Barnard; Jude Bryan Subject: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges
irector Ahearn, propose meet with you and your staff regarding the latest Boeing charges 1:30 April 12, 2010 your offices. Please advise this will work with your schedule. 
Thanks,
ave 
Sincerely,
avid Campbell 
campbell@workerlaw.com Mercer Suite 400 Seattle, Washington 98119-3971 Phone (206)285-2828: FAX (206)378-4132 This communication protected the attorney client and attorney work-product privileges. Please not copy, forward append. 
From:  Ahearn, Richard  
Sent:  Sunday, April 11, 2010 3:08  
To:  Pomerantz, Anne; Kobe, James  
Subject:  Fw: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges  

Fyi.
 Sent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld
 
From: David Campbell 
 To: David Campbell ; Ahearn, Richard
 Cc: Corstopher ; mblondin@iamaw.org ; tomw@iam751.org ; Cars Glickman-Flora ; Kathy Barnard ; Jude Bryan  Sent: Sun Apr 14:48:00 2010 Subject: RE: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Director Ahearn, Thank you for taking the time meet with us. This
ill confirm our meeting Monday April your offices 2:30 PM. Attendees
ill include Rich. Michalski, General Vice President the IAM, Chris Corson, General Counsel for the IAM, Tom Wroblew
ski, President IAM District Lodge 751, Mark Blondin, the IAM National Boeing Coordinator, partner, Carson Glickman-Flora and myself. look forw
ard our meeting. 
Thanks, Dave 
Sincerely, David Campbell 
campbell@workerlaw.com Mercer Suite 400 Seattle, Washington 98119-3971 Phone (206)285-2828: FAX (206)378-4132 This communication protected the attorney client and attorney ward 
ork-product privileges. Please not copy, forwor append. 
From: David Campbell Sent: Friday, April 02, 2010 10:25 To: Ahearn, Richard Cc: Corstopher; Mark Blondin (mblondin@iamaw.org); tomw@iam751.org; Cars Chrison Glickman-Flora; Kathy Barnard; Jude Bryan Subject: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Director Ahearn, propose meet
ith you and your staff regarding the latest Boeing charges 1:30 April 12, 2010 your offices. Please advise this work
ill with your schedule. 
Thanks, Dave 
Sincerely, David Campbell 
campbell@workerlaw.com Mercer Suite 400 Seattle, Washington 98119-3971 Phone (206)285-2828: FAX (206)378-4132 This communication protected the attorney client and attorney ward 
ork-product privileges. Please not copy, forwor append. 
From:  Ahearn, Richard  
Sent:  Sunday, April 11, 2010 3:32  
To:  Baniszewski, Joseph  
Subject:  Re: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges  

Don't know; they're outlining charge they're about file. From the lineup, they consider damn important.
ent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld 
From: Baniszewski, Joseph To: Ahearn, Richard Sent: Sun Apr 15:27:032010 Subject: Re: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Thanks, quite the group, I'm interested attending -what's the topic? 
Joe 
Sent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld 
From: Ahearn, Richard To: Baniszewski, Joseph Sent: Sun Apr 15:07:3 2010 Subject: Fw: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
FYI...in case you're here then. Rich
ent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld 
From: David Campbell 
 To: David Campbell ; Ahearn, Richard
 Cc: Corson Christopher ; mblondin@iamaw.org ; tomw@iam751.org
 ; Carson Glickman-Flora ; Kathy Barnard ;
 Jude Bryan 
 Sent: Sun Apr 14:48:00 2010
 Subject: RE: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges
 
Director Ahearn, Thank you for taking the time meet with us. This will confirm our meeting Monday April your offices 2:30 PM. Attendees will include Rich. Michalski, General Vice President the IAM, Chris Corson, General Counsel for the IAM, Tom Wroblew
ski, President IAM District Lodge 751, Mark Blondin, the IAM National Boeing Coordinator, partner, Carson Glickman-Flora and myself. look forw
ard our meeting. 
Thanks, Dave
incerely, David Campbell 
campbell@workerlaw.com Mercer
uite 400
eattle, Washington 98119-3971 Phone (206)285-2828: FAX (206)378-4132 This communication protected the attorney client and attorney work-product privileges. Please not copy, forward append. 
From: David Campbell Sent: Friday, April 02, 2010 10:25 To: Ahearn, Richard Cc: Corson Christopher; Mark Blondin (mblondin@iamaw.org); tomw@iam751.org; Carson Glickman-Flora; Kathy Barnard; Jude Bryan Subject: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Director Ahearn, propose meet with you and your staff regarding the latest Boeing charges 1:30 April 12, 2010 your offices. Please advise this will work with your schedule. 
Thanks, Dave
incerely, David Campbell 
campbell@workerlaw.com Mercer
uite 400
eattle, Washington 98119-3971 Phone (206)285-2828: FAX (206)378-4132 This communication protected the attorney client and attorney work-product privileges. Please not copy, forward append. 
From:  Ahearn, Richard  
Sent:  Sunday, April 11, 2010 5:50  
To:  Baniszewski, Joseph  
Subject:  Re: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges bet.
 Sent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld
 
From: Baniszewski, Joseph To: Ahearn, Richard Sent: Sun Apr 16:37:452010 Subject: Re: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Something with the new, huge production facility South
arolina? Joe 
Sent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld 
From: Ahearn, Richard To: Baniszewski, Joseph Sent: Sun Apr
:32:27 2010 Subject: Re: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Don't know; they're outlining charge they're about file. From the lineup, they consider damn important. 
Sent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld 
From: Baniszewski, Joseph To: Ahearn, Richard Sent: Sun Apr
:27:03 2010 Subject: Re: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Thanks, quite the group, I'm interested attending -what's the topic? 
Joe 
Sent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld 
From: Ahearn, Richard To: Baniszewski, Joseph Sent: Sun Apr
:07:38 2010 Subject: Fw: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
FYI...in case you're here then. Rich 
Sent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld 
From: David Campbell 
 To: David Campbell ; Ahearn, Richard
 Cc: Corson Christopher ; mblondin@iamaw.org ; tomw@iam75

1.org ; Carson Glickman-Flora ; Kathy Barnard ; Jude Bryan  Sent: Sun Apr 14:48:00 2010 Subject: RE: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Director Ahearn, Thank you for taking the time meet with us. This will confirm our meeting Monday April your offices 2:30 PM. Attendees will include Rich. Michalski, General Vice President the IAM, Chris Corson, General Counsel for the IAM, Tom Wroblew
ski, President IAM District Lodge 751, Mark Blondin, the IAM National Boeing Coordinator, partner, Carson Glickman-Flora and myself. look forw
ard our meeting. 
Thanks, Dave 
Sincerely, David Campbell 
campbell@workerlaw.com Mercer Suite 400 Seattle, Washington 98119-3971 Phone (206)285-2828: FAX (206)378-4132 This communication protected the attorney client and attorney work-product privileges. Please not copy, forward append. 
From: David Campbell Sent: Friday, April 02, 2010 10:25AM To: Ahearn, Richard Cc: Corson Christopher; Mark Blondin (mblondin@iamaw.org); tomw@iam75
1.org; Carson Glickman-Flora; Kathy Barnard; Jude Bryan Subject: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Director Ahearn, propose meet with you and your staff regarding the latest Boeing charges 1:30 April 12, 2010 your offices. Please advise this will work with your schedule. 
Thanks, Dave 
Sincerely, David Campbell 
campbell@workerlaw.com Mercer Suite 400 Seattle, Washington 98119-3971 Phone (206)285-2828: FAX (206)378-4132 This communication protected the attorney client and attorney work-product privileges. Please not copy, forward append. 
From:  Baniszewski, Joseph  
Sent:  Sunday, April 11, 2010 7:41  
To:  Ahearn, Richard  
Subject:  Re: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges read something last week -maybe the NYT, can't recall -that they broke ground the main production building outside Charleston SC.Plus the IAM lost election 4-6 weeks ago Boeing unit the same geographic area.Not good for labor relations nor for the Seattle economy! Joe 
Sent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld 
From: Ahearn, Richard To: Baniszewski, Joseph Sent: Sun Apr 17:49:41 Subject: Re: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges bet. 
Sent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld 
From: Baniszewski, Joseph To: Ahearn, Richard Sent: Sun Apr 16:37:45 Subject: Re: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Something with the new, huge production facility South Carolina? Joe 
Sent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld 
From: Ahearn, Richard To: Baniszewski, Joseph Sent: Sun Apr 15:32:27 Subject: Re: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Don't know; they're outlining charge they're about file.From the lineup, they consider damn important. 
Sent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld 
From: Baniszewski, Joseph To: Ahearn, Richard Sent: Sun Apr 15:27:010 20Subject: Re: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Thanks, quite the group, I'm interested attending -what's the topic? 
Joe 
From: Ahearn, Richard To: Baniszewski, Joseph Sent: Sun Apr 15:010
7:38 20Subject: Fw: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
FYI. case you're here then. 
Rich 
Sent from BlackBerry Wireless Handheld 
From: David Campbell 
 To: David Campbell ; Ahearn, Richard
 Cc: Corson Christopher ; mblondin@iamaw.org ; tomw@iam751.org
 ; Carson Glickman-Flora ; Kathy Barnard ;
 Jude Bryan 
 Sent: Sun Apr 14:48:0 Subject: RE: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Director Ahearn, Thank you for taking the time meet with us.This will confirm our meeting Monday April your offices 2:30 PM.Attendees will include Rich. Michalski, General Vice President the IAM, Chris Corson, General Counsel for the IAM, Tom Wroblew
ski, President IAM District Lodge 751, Mark Blondin, the IAM National Boeing Coordinator, partner, Carson Glickman-Flora and myself. look forw
ard our meeting. 
Thanks, Dave 
Sincerely, David Campbell 
campbell@workerlaw.com Mercer Suite 400 Seattle, Washington 98119-3971 Phone (206)285-2828: FAX (206)378-4132 This communication protected the attorney client and attorney work-product privileges.Please not copy, forward append. 
From: David Campbell Sent: Friday, April 010:25
2,2010To: Ahearn, Richard Cc: Corson Christopher; Mark Blondin (mblondin@iamaw.org); tomw@iam751.org; Carson Glickman-Flora; Kathy Barnard; Jude Bryan Subject: Boeing Unfair Labor Practice Charges 
Director Ahearn, propose meet with you and your staff regarding the latest Boeing charges 1:30 April 12, 2010 your offices.Please advise this will work with your schedule. 
Thanks, Dave 
Sincerely, David Campbell 
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Rich, Could you please give call? The Seattle Times story causing considerable concern. Thanks, 

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This notify you new eFiling that has been assigned your office for 19-CA-032431,Boeing Company. The eFiling type PST and the associated Action General. This notify you new eFiling that has been assigned your office for 19-CA-032431,Boeing Company. The eFiling type PST and the associated Action General. 
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From:  Jablonski, Colleen  
Sent:  Wednesday, August 25, 2010 7:12  
To:  Todd, Dianne; Pomerantz, Anne; Kobe, James; Jones, Elan J.; Feller, Rachel  
Cc:  Rooker, Karen; Ahearn, Richard  
Subject:  boeing agenda  

Boeing agenda hereby (with RDs permission) scheduled for Thursday. 
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From:  Rooker, Karen  
Sent:  Wednesday, August 25, 2010 8:04  
To:  Ahearn, Richard L.; Pomerantz, Anne; Kobe, James; Jones, Elan J.; Hickey, Daniel  
Subject:  Noel Canning, Case 19-CA-32519 will out the office tomorrow morning until about 10:00 a.m. Dan Hickey will acting for until arrive. Since Dan will out the office this Fridthe following Mondlike anday, wouldagenda. Noel Canning before the Boeing agendHopefully, that will work for everyone. 
Thanks much, 
Karen 
From:  Mattina, Celeste  
Sent:  Thursday, October 21, 2010 12:29  
To:  Ahearn, Richard  

Boeings attorney has not responded two messages left Barry. Barry plans leave third. Isnt that unbelievable? 
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Sent:  Friday, October 22, 2010 4:41  
To:  Ahearn, Richard  
Subject:  FW: Boeing  

-----Original Message----From: Kearney, Barry Sent: Friday, October 22, 2010
:39 To: Solomon, Lafe E.; Mattina, Celeste J.; Higgins, John E.; Farrell, Ellen; Sophir, Jayme; Szapiro, Miriam; Willen, Debra Subject: FW: Boeing 
Hopefully will hear Monday 
-----Original Message----From: Hankins, Richard [mailto:rhankins@mckennalong.com] Sent: Friday, October 22, 2010
:29 To: Kearney, Barry Subject: Boeing 
Mr. Kearney, 
I've conveyed your meeting request Boeing representatives, and they are discussing it. hope let you know something Monday. hope that okay with you. 
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Sent:  Wednesday, October 27, 2010 1:17  
To:  Ahearn, Richard  
Subject:  FW: boeing  

When are you available this afternoon talk Boeing with Colleen, Diane, and me? 
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243Thanks for your e-mail message. I'm out the office Thursday and Friday, November 11-12. your email needs immediate attention please forward Barry Kearney. 
From:  Farrell, Ellen  
Sent:  Thursday, November 11, 2010 10:49  
To:  Ahearn, Richard  
Subject:  Out Office: seattletimes.com: Boeing tells analyst: 787 deliveries 'will take longer than  
expected'  

From:  Todd, Dianne  
Sent:  Thursday, November 11, 2010 10:49  
To:  Ahearn, Richard  
Subject:  Out Office: seattletimes.com: Boeing tells analyst: 787 deliveries 'will take longer than  
expected' will out the office until Tuesday, November 16. this emergency case handling matter, please call 20-630
6-2201 and ask speak with supervisor. 
Thank you, Dianne Todd Region 
From:  Roberts, Crystal  
Sent:  Thursday, November 18, 2010 8:26  
To:  Ahearn, Richard  
Cc:  Baniszewski, Joseph  
Subject:  FW: Boeing -Ahearn travel  

This your Travel Order number and CDC number. 60-11-22-053a and CDC 3036 
From: Baniszewski, Joseph Sent: Wednesday, November 17, 2010 5:47 To: Roberts, Crystal Cc: Ahearn, Richard L.; Snook, Dennis Subject: Fw: Boeing -Ahearn travel 
Crystal, please send travel order number R-19 Rich Ahearn, traveling Washington Dec thru Dec 14.
 Thanks and please let know you have questions,
 Regards,
 Joe
 
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From: Siegel, Richard To: Baniszewski, Joseph Cc: Levin, Nelson Sent: Wed Nov 17:05:48 2010 Subject: RE: Boeing -Ahearn travel course 
From: Baniszewski, Joseph Sent: Wednesday, November 17, 2010 3:57 To: Siegel, Richard Cc: Levin, Nelson Subject: FW: Boeing -Ahearn travel 
Rick, would you please authorize travel order for Rich Ahearn for December through 14, 2010, can attend meeting scheduled here Headquarters December with Advice, the and lawyers representing Boeing. 
Thanks, 
Joe 
From: Ahearn, Richard
 Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2010 6:27 
NLRB-FOIA-00000071 
Joe, Lets discuss Barry spoke Lafe and they apparently agree should come in.
 Many thanks.
 Rich
 
From: Kearney, Barry Sent: Monday, November 15, 2010 11:27 To: Farrell, Ellen; Sophir, Jayme; Szapiro, Miriam; Willen, Debra Ahearn, Richard L.; Omberg, Bob; Katz, Judy Subject: Boeing 
Talked Kilberg and Boeing cant make the dates gave him because the airplane fire.It now scheduled for Monday December 2:00pm.Kilberg also apologized for the boorish behavior his client. 
From:  Baniszewski, Joseph  
Sent:  Thursday, November 18, 2010 10:16  
To:  Roberts, Crystal; Ahearn, Richard  
Cc:  Snook, Dennis  
Subject:  RE: Boeing -Ahearn travel  
Thanks Crystal,  
Joe  

From: Roberts, Crystal Sent: Thursday, November 18, 2010 8:26 To: Ahearn, Ric
hard Cc: Baniszewski, Joseph Subject: FW: Boeing -Ahearn travel 

This your Travel Order number and CDC number. 60-11-22-053a and CDC 3036 
From: Baniszewski, Joseph Sent: Wednesday, November 17, 2010 5:47 To: Roberts, Crystal Cc: Ahearn, Ric
hard L.; Snook, Dennis Subject: Fw: Boeing -Ahearn travel 
Crystal, please send travel order number R-19 Rich Ahearn, travelingto Washing
ton Dec thru Dec 14. Thanks and please let know you have questions, Reg
ards, Joe 
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hard To: Baniszewski, Joseph Cc: Levin, Nelson Sent: Wed Nov 17:05:48 2010 Subject: RE: Boeing -Ahearn travel course 
From: Baniszewski, Joseph Sent: Wednesday, November 17, 2010 3:57 To: Siegel, Ric
hard 
Cc: Levin, Nelson 
Subject: FW: Boeing -Ahearn travel 14, 2010, can attend meetingscheduled here Headquarters December with Advice, the and lawyers representingBoeing 
Thanks, 
Joe 
From: Ahearn, Ric
hard Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2010 6:27 To: Baniszewski, Joseph Subject: FW: Boeing 
Joe, Lets discuss Barry spoke Lafe and they apparently
ree should come in. Many thanks. Rich 
From: Kearney, Barry Sent: Monday, November 15, 2010 11:27 To: Farrell, Ellen; Sophir, Jayme; Szapiro, Miriam; Willen, Debra Ahearn, Ric
hard L.; Omberg, Bob; Katz, Judy Subject: Boeing 
Talked Kilbergand Boeingave him because 
cant make the dates gthe airplane fire. now scheduled for Monday December 2:00pm. Kilbergalso apolog
ized for the boorish behavior his client. 

From:
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rom www.thestate.com 
Ricardo has sent you the following story: 

Posted Thursday, Dec. 09, 2010 
Union opponent tapped for labor chief JOHN OCONNOR 
Goved protect Boeing Co., the states recently arriv
.-elect Nikki Haley has moved aerospace giant, nominating union-fighting attorney head the agency that
ersees business licensing, professional boards and the labor law enforcement. 
Haley said she chose Charleston attorney Catherine Templeton  whose Ogletree Deakins bio lists union
oidance specialty  director the Department Labor, Licensing and Regulation prev
ent organized labor from gaining foothold the 787 Dreamliner plant now under construction. Boeing executiv said South Carolinas anti-union history was key factor their decision open new plant outside their long-time home the Seattle area. 
I think were going have union fight forward with Boeing, Haley said announcing Templetons 
nomination. 
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South
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To:  Ahearn, Richard  
Subject:  Out Office: Boeing's next delivery: bonuses teleworking from home Thursday, January 27, due the snow storm. 

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From:  David Campbell [campbell@workerlaw.com]  
Sent:  Thursday, January 27, 2011 2:13  
To:  Willen, Debra Ahearn, Richard  
Cc:  Carson Glickman-Flora; Jude Bryan  
Subject:  FYI McNearny Conference Call From Transcript Everett and Renton: 

Operator 
(Next question is) from the line Mike Mecham with Aviation Week. 

Michael Mecham 
One thing you haven' talked about quite some detail just how productivity there, how your development for your production lines going. You're slowly developing backup line for working Charleston, you'787 there Everett, and course, 767 lines coming on. Can you just through how Charleston' coming along and your whole outlook your production lines? McNerney 
Well, Charleston going along well. The final assembly capability we' building there for the 787 actually ahead schedule. We' feeling good about its construction and the hiring the people that are currently training work that facility. You' right, have surge line Everett, which temporary line give the flexibility make sure move the work properly Charleston that we's all going move. that'working well. The 767 line is, guess, that really depends tanker, yes no. think either case, have plan for that line either morphed into tanker line, and you can imagine, spent fair amount time planning how would that and feel very confident that move. And not end winning the tanker competition, think there' commercial demand that can keep that line open for somewhat longer. But think everything' sort front us. think the bigger question implementing all these rate increases that really are tremendous economic opportunity for the Boeing Co. over the next two three years. And feel equally confident there. production plan, you' important issue, production planning and execution. We' spending lot time and feel great about the opportunity front us. 
Thanks, Dave 
Sincerely, David Campbell 
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Sent:  Friday, January 28, 2011 11:56  
To:  Connolly, Ryan E.;Ahearn, Richard  
Cc:  Lundgren, Cynthia A;Little, Janet C;Kobe, James;Snook, Dennis  
Subject:  Boeing Transcripts  
Importance:  High  

FYI, talked Jen Argie Reporting this a.m. may get the first day hearing today via email but
ertainly Monday and after that the transconc
ripts should fly in per Jen. However, wont get the exhibits until the clusion the hearing 
 so, need grab Janet Littles copy for Ryan. Cynthia, copying? 
opy, when available, and can you get the
Thanks, 
Brian 
Brian Sweeney, Deputy Regional Attorney United States Federal Government National
abor Relations Board, Region 2948 Jackson Federal Building 915 Second Avenue Seattle, 98174 Telephone: 206-220-6327 Facsimile: 206-220-6305 email: Brian.Sweeney@NL
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From:  Connolly, Ryan  
Sent:  Monday, February 14, 2011 6:34  
To:  Ahearn, Richard  
Cc:  Finch, Peter  
Subject:  work home Tuesday, Feb  

Im requesting work home tomorrow the Boeing transcripts. Normally Id get approval from Brian, but with him out Im going you, let know you need anything further, thanks. 
Ryan Connolly, Field Attorney National Labor Relations Board, Region Jackson Federal Building, 2948 915 Second Ave. Seattle, 98174 phone: (206) 220-6324 fax: (206) 220-6305 
From:  Baniszewski, Joseph  
Sent:  Monday, March 14, 2011 9:14  
To:  Ahearn, Richard  
Subject:  Out Office: Boeing Co. will not the office Tuesday, March and will return Wednesday, March 16.
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From:  David Campbell [campbell@workerlaw.com]  
Sent:  Friday, April 15, 2011 7:49  
To:  Ahearn, Richard  
Subject:  Boeing  

Director Ahearn, brief call would much appreciated. Dave 2063109152 
From:  Cleeland, Nancy  
Sent:  Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:44  
To:  Ahearn, Richard  
Subject:  FW: Machinist news release out  

Nancy Cleeland 
NLRB Director Public Affairs 
(202) 273-0222 
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@nlrb.gov 
From: Wagner, Anthony Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:43 To: Solomon,
afe E.; Cleeland, Nancy; Garza, Jose Subject: Machinist news release out 
http://www.goiam.org/index.php/news/press-releases/8624-machinists-hail-nlrb-complaint-over-boeing-south-carolinamove 
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http://www.komonews.com/news/boeing/120304024.html 
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NLRB says Boeing's Charleston plant illegal retaliation agasint Machinists 
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne Boeing was retaliating illegally against its largest union when decided two years ago put second Dreamliner assembly line non-union plant South Carolina, the National Labor Relations Board charged complaint filed ... 
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NLRB issues complaint against Boeing for building some planes non-union ... 
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The National Labor Relations Board, which continues the bidding for unions behalf the Obama administration, Wednesday slapped Boeing with complaint for transferring the building some planes non-union facility. ... 
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Boeing Accused Retaliating Against Union 
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The union has claimed that second assembly line was set non-union plant North Charleston, The National Labor Relations Board complaint filed Wednesday quotes public statements Boeing executives saying they put the plant ... 
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Meinking talked about what she said the detrimental effect federal "project labor agreements," which require employers hire only certain workers. She also mentioned "egregious outreaches" the National Labor Relations Board and what she ... 
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After Years, Consolidated Biscuit Workers Will Vote Union 
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The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) announced the 825 workers will vote May 56 whether join union. Fed with low pay, minimal benefits and hazardous working conditions, workers CBC approached the Bakery, Confectionery, ... 
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Reuters whe strongest signal yet the National Labor Relations Board under President may the new pro-labor orientation thObama, agency filed complaint Wednesday seeking force Boeing bring airplane production line back its ... 
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Boeing fight complaint over 787 plant 
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Aerospace giant Boeing vowed fight National Labor Relations Board complaint lodged one its labor unions that challenges the aircraft maker' 2009 decision establish second assembly line South Carolina for the 787 Dreamliner, ... 
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From: Willen, Debra Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2011 8:36 To: Kearney, Barry Jayme; Szapiro, Miriam Farrell, Ellen; Sophir, JSubject: today's wsj coverage 
Wall Street Journal April 21, 2011 
Boeing Fight Order Move 787 MELANIE TROTTMAN 
The
ational Labor Relations Board Wednesday said aircraft maker Boeing Co. violated federal labor law building second production line for its 787 Dreamliner non-union factory South Carolina, siding with union workers Washington State who charged the decision was retaliation for their past strikes. 
The Chicago company called the
LRB's complaint "legally frivolous" and "radical departure" from precedents. said will fight the complaint, which was sought the International Association Machinists and Aerospace Workers union. 
The
LRB's action comes amid broad conflict over the role unions the economy. Unions have responded setbacks the 2010 elections, which put Republicans charge the U.S. House Representatives and state houses around the country, pressing the Obama administration and the majority Democrat
LRB favor union positions. 
President Barack Obama also has been trying cultivate business leaders promising review and possibly roll back regulation, and doing more help U.S. companies boost exports. Boeing big U.S. exporter. 
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Boeing plans build the 787 Dreamlinier, shown above Washington state March, non-union plant.
LRB Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon said that repeated statements employees and the media, Boeing executives cited the unionized employees' past strike activity and the possibility future strikes the overriding factors deciding locate the second production line the nonunion facility. The comments were coercive and motivated desire retaliate against workers for past strikes, while attempting discourage future strike activity, the agency charged. worker's right strike fundamental right guaranteed the
ational Labor Relations Act," Mr. Solomon said statement. "We also recognize the rights employers make business decisions based their economic interests, but they must within the law." 
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John Raudabaugh, former Nixon Peabody LLP, said Boeing executives 
LRB Republican member who represents companies for Washington, D.C., law firm Nshould have been more measured with their words. think it's unfortunate they said the way has been reported," said. "They should have offered cost-related explanation," Mr. Raudabaugh said. 
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) attacked the
LRB statement, saying that the board's action upheld would "allow unions hold virtual 'veto' over business decisions." Mr. Graham said the
LRB trying punish states such South Carolina where unions are relatively weak, and said he'd seek legislation cut off funding for "this wild goose chase." 
Joe Trauger, vice president the NLRB's decision sends message that companies with union representation 
ational Association Manufacturers, said the Ncan't expand right-to-work states. the complaint succeeds "no company will safe from the
LRB stepping second-guess its business decisions where expand whom hire," said. 
The board reversing decades its own precedent and Supreme Court rulings "advance its agenda expand unionization," Mr. Trauger said. "If the IAM and NLRB stepping second-guess its business decisions where expand whom 
LRB succeed their complaint, company will safe from the Nhire," Mr. Trauger said.IAM Vice President Rich Michalski, whose union represents more than 35,000 Boeing workers, praised the decision, saying Boeing "needs rethink its strategy repeatedly alienating its most valuable asset: the highly-skilled workers who build Boeing aircraft." 
The NLRB administrative judge Seattle "absent settlement between the two parties." 
LRB said plans hold hearing June before
Boeing said held "extensive" talks with the Machinists about potentially placing the additional production Washington. But that failed amid demands "that would have hampered the company's competitiveness the increasingly competitive global market for large commercial airplanes," the company said. 
Boeing said the Machinists ultimately have suffered job losses from the decision because the company has increased employment the Puget Sound area about 2,000 workers since deciding expand South Carolina October 2009. 
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From: Willen, Debra Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2011 8:35 To: Kearney, Barry Jayme; Szapiro, Miriam Farrell, Ellen; Sophir, JSubject: Times coverage 
New York Times 
April 20, 2011 

Labor Board Tells Boeing New Factory Breaks Law STEVEN GREENHOU what may the strongest signal yet the new pro-labor orientation the National Labor Relations Board under President Obama, the agency filed complaint
ednesday seeking force Boeing bring airplane production line back its unionized facilities
ashington State instead moving the work nonunion plant South Carolina. its complaint, the labor board said that Boeings decision transfer second production line for its new 787 Dreamliner passenger plane South Carolina was motivated unlawful desire retaliate against union workers for their past strikes
ashington and discourage future strikes. The agencys acting general counsel, Lafe Solomon, said was illegal for companies take actions retaliation against workers for exercising the right strike. 
Although manufacturers have long moved plants nonunion states, the board noted that Boeing officials had, internal documents and news interviews, specifically cited the strikes and potential future strikes reason for their 2009 decision expand South Carolina. 
Boeing said would vigorously contest the labor boards complaint. This claim legally frivolous and represents radical departure from both N.L.R.B. and Supreme Court precedent, said Michael Luttig, Boeing executive vice president and its general counsel. Boeing has every right under both federal law and its collective bargaining agreement build additional U.S. production capacity outside the Puget Sound region. highly unusual for the federal government seek reverse corporate decision important the location plant. 
But ever since Democratic majority took control the five-member board after Mr. Obamas election, the board has signaled that would seek adopt more liberal, pro-union tilt after years pro-employer decisions under President Bush. 
Although the board has not yet issued many major decisions reversing Bush-era policies, has begun requiring private sector employers post notice about workers right unionize, and Mr. Solomon has begun moving more aggressively win reinstatement union supporters fired illegally management during unionization drives. statement
ednesday, Mr. Solomon said: A workers right strike fundamental right guaranteed the National Labor Relations Act. also recognize the rights employers make business decisions based their economic interests, but they must within the law. 
South Carolinas two senators, both Republicans, Lindsey Graham and Jim DeMint, denounced the boards move. This nothing more than political favor for the unions who are supporting President Obamas re-election campaign, Mr. DeMint said. 
The labor board said that 2007, Boeing announced plans create second production line that would make three 787 Dreamliner planes month the Puget Sound area address growing backlog orders. That was addition line already making seven Dreamliners month there. October 2009, Boeing said would locate its second line new, nonunion plant South Carolina. 
The N.L.R.B. asserted that numerous occasions Boeing officials had communicated unlawful motive for transferring the production line, including interview with The Seattle Times which Boeing executive said,