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Title 5Chapter XIVSubchapter CPart 2422


TITLE 5—Administrative Personnel

CHAPTER XIV—FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY, GENERAL COUNSEL OF THE FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY AND FEDERAL SERVICE IMPASSES PANEL

SUBCHAPTER C—FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY AND GENERAL COUNSEL OF THE FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY

PART 2422—REPRESENTATION PROCEEDINGS

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§2422.1
What is your purpose for filing a petition?
§2422.2
Who may file a petition?
§2422.3
What information should you include in your petition?
§2422.4
What service requirements must you meet when filing a petition?
§2422.5
Where do you file petitions?
§2422.6
How are parties notified of the filing of a petition?
§2422.7
Will an activity or agency post a notice of filing of a petition?
§2422.8
What is required to file an intervention or cross-petition?
§2422.9
How is the adequacy of a showing of interest determined?
§2422.10
How do you challenge the validity of a showing of interest?
§2422.11
How do you challenge the status of a labor organization?
§2422.12
What circumstances does the Region consider to determine whether your petition is timely filed?
§2422.13
How are issues raised by your petition resolved?
§2422.14
What is the effect of your withdrawal or the Regional Director's dismissal of a petition?
§2422.15
Do parties have a duty to provide information and cooperate after a petition is filed?
§2422.16
May parties enter into election agreements, and if they do not will the Regional Director direct an election?
§2422.17
What are a notice of hearing and prehearing conference?
§2422.18
What is the purpose of a representation hearing and what procedures are followed?
§2422.19
When is it appropriate for a party to file a motion at a representation hearing?
§2422.20
What rights do parties have at a hearing?
§2422.21
What are the duties and powers of the Hearing Officer?
§2422.22
What are objections and exceptions concerning the conduct of the hearing?
§2422.23
What election procedures are followed?
§2422.24
What are challenged ballots?
§2422.25
When does the Region tally the ballots?
§2422.26
How are objections to the election processed?
§2422.27
How does the Region address determinative challenged ballots and objections?
§2422.28
When is a runoff election required?
§2422.29
How does the Region address an inconclusive election?
§2422.30
When does a Regional Director investigate a petition, issue notices of hearings, take actions, and issue Decisions and Orders?
§2422.31
When do you file an application for review of a Regional Director Decision and Order?
§2422.32
When does a Regional Director issue a certification or a revocation of certification?
§2422.33
Relief under part 2423 of this chapter.
§2422.34
What are the parties' rights and obligations when a representation proceeding is pending?


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