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Title 29Subtitle BChapter IPart 101


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO LABOR

CHAPTER I—NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD

PART 101—STATEMENTS OF PROCEDURES

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Subpart A—GENERAL STATEMENT

§101.1
General statement.
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Subpart B—UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICE CASES UNDER SECTION 10 (A) TO (I) OF THE ACT AND TELEGRAPH MERGER ACT CASES

§101.2
Initiation of unfair labor practice cases.
§101.3
[Reserved]
§101.4
Investigation of charges.
§101.5
Withdrawal of charges.
§101.6
Dismissal of charges and appeals to the General Counsel.
§101.7
Settlements.
§101.8
Complaints.
§101.9
Settlement after issuance of complaint.
§101.10
Hearings.
§101.11
Administrative law judge's decision.
§101.12
Board decision and order.
§101.13
Compliance with Board decision and order.
§101.14
Judicial review of Board decision and order.
§101.15
Compliance with court judgment.
§101.16
Backpay proceedings.
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Subpart C—REPRESENTATION CASES UNDER SECTION 9(C) OF THE ACT AND PETITIONS FOR CLARIFICATION OF BARGAINING UNITS AND FOR AMENDMENT OF CERTIFICATIONS UNDER SECTION 9(B) OF THE ACT

§101.17
Initiation of representation cases and petitions for clarification and amendment.
§101.18
Investigation of petition.
§101.19
Consent adjustments before formal hearing.
§101.20
Formal hearing.
§101.21
Procedure after hearing.
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Subpart D—UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICE AND REPRESENTATION CASES UNDER SECTIONS 8(B)(7) AND 9(C) OF THE ACT

§101.22
Initiation and investigation of a case under section 8(b)(7).
§101.23
Initiation and investigation of a petition in connection with a case under section 8(b)(7).
§101.24
Final disposition of a charge which has been held pending investigation of the petition.
§101.25
Appeal from the dismissal of a petition, or from the refusal to process it under the expedited procedure.
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Subpart E—REFERENDUM CASES UNDER SECTION 9(E) (1) AND (2) OF THE ACT

§101.26
Initiation of rescission of authority cases.
§101.27
Investigation of petition; withdrawals and dismissals.
§101.28
Consent agreements providing for election.
§101.29
Procedure respecting election conducted without hearing.
§101.30
Formal hearing and procedure respecting election conducted after hearing.
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Subpart F—JURISDICTIONAL DISPUTE CASES UNDER SECTION 10(K) OF THE ACT

§101.31
Initiation of proceedings to hear and determine jurisdictional disputes under section 10(k).
§101.32
Investigation of charges; withdrawal of charges; dismissal of charges and appeals to Board.
§101.33
Initiation of formal action; settlement.
§101.34
Hearing.
§101.35
Procedure before the Board.
§101.36
Compliance with determination; further proceedings.
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Subpart G—PROCEDURE UNDER SECTION 10 (J) AND (L) OF THE ACT

§101.37
Application for temporary relief or restraining orders.
§101.38
Change of circumstances.
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Subpart H—ADVISORY OPINIONS AND DECLARATORY ORDERS REGARDING BOARD JURISDICTION

§101.39
Initiation of advisory opinion case.
§101.40
Proceedings following the filing of the petition.
§101.41
Informal procedures for obtaining opinions on jurisdictional questions.
§101.42
Procedures for obtaining declaratory orders of the Board.
§101.43
Proceedings following the filing of the petition.


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