McKinney v. Metal Services LLC
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|December 8, 2014
ORDER: For the reasons stated on the record at the 8 December 2014 hearing, Metal Services's motion to strike, 23 , is denied, and the Board's petition, 1 , joined by the Union, is denied without prejudice. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 12/8/2014. (jak)
|September 23, 2014
ORDER noting the Clerk's report from the parties regarding waivers of disqualification. 3 Motion granted as modified. We'll proceed on the administrative record and affidavits from both sides. A prompt oral argument on the petition will be scheduled. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 9/23/2014. (jak)
|September 9, 2014
ORDER directing the Clerk to file the National Labor Relations Board letter brief and the proof of service. This service was satisfactory notice under the statute, and the Court confirms it. The Court orders the Board to serve this Order immediately on all interested parties by U.S. mail and email (if possible), and file proof of service. Metal Services must respond to the petition and motion by 26 September 2014. The Board may reply by 3 October 2014. There is a recusal issue. Each party must n otify the Clerk of Court in writing by 19 September 2014 that it waives disqualification based on my prior representation of Nucor entities otherwise recusal shall occur. Please do not send me a copy of your letter to the Clerk. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 9/9/2014. (jak)
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