Parts Depot, Inc v. NLRB
Petitioner: PARTS DEPOT, INCORPORATED
Respondent: NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
Respondent - Intervenor: UNITE HERE
Case Number: 07-1178
Filed: March 7, 2007
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Other

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January 7, 2008 Parts Depot, Inc v. NLRB

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January 7, 2008 Opinion or Order Filing 920080107 Opinion
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Petitioner: PARTS DEPOT, INCORPORATED
Represented By: Charles S. Caulkins
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Respondent: NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
Represented By: Thomas Brudney
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Respondent - intervenor: UNITE HERE
Represented By: Brent Garren
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