Boeing loses motion to dismiss NLRB case

Agency alleges aircraft maker violated labor laws

Last week, a federal judge denied Boeing’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) that claims the aircraft manufacturer violated federal labor laws.

The 21-page ruling, issued on June 30 by Administrative Law Judge Clifford Anderson, comes before evidence or testimonies have been heard in the hearing, which began in Seattle on June 14 and is ongoing. The case coincided with a congressional hearing on June 17 in which NLRB Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon testified about Boeing’s allegedly unlawful actions.

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