Don Schroeder, an attorney with Mintz Levin who represents employers on labor issues, said the National Labor Relations Board would likely seek so-called 10(j) relief to prevent the store’s closure. Target would have to present evidence in court that the closure is “part and parcel of what they do as a business,” he said.
He added that the publicity surrounding the case and the board’s increasing desire to seek injunctions since Barack Obama became president make it a candidate for such a move.Support the workers at Valley Stream Target by heading to www.facebook.com/targetchange.
“Based on how contentious everything has been, I’d be shocked if the board didn’t pursue 10(j) relief,” he said. “I think it’s very likely to head to federal court.”
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