Labor Relations

NLRB's Acting GC, ERISA-Exempt Church Plans, FCA Seal Requirements

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Labor Relations columnists David E. Schwartz and Risa M. Salins review U.S. Supreme Court decisions regarding whether the former acting general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board properly served in that role after his nomination to serve as its general counsel on a permanent basis; whether pension plans maintained by certain church-affiliated employers, but not established by a church, qualify for the church plan exemption under the ERISA; and whether qui tam whistleblower suits brought under the False Claims Act are subject to mandatory dismissal when the FCA's requirement to keep such complaints under seal is violated.

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