Previous versions of these rules in context can be found here. For a full analysis of the new rules currently in place, see Guidance Note on Changes to the Procedure for Representation Cases, Advocate General`s Memorandum 20-07 (1 June 2020), available at www.nlrb.gov/guidance/memos-research/general-counsel-memos. * On May 30, 2020, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia issued an order in AFL-CIO v. NLRB, Civ. No. 20-CV-0675 finding that five aspects of Section 102 of the Board Rules and Regulations issued on December 18, 2019 had been unlawfully promulgated. They are therefore not currently in force. On the contrary, previous versions of these provisions remain in force. The following table lists the provisions found to be unlawful in the court order and the previous provisions that now remain in force.
(Sections of the rule are listed only to indicate where the provisions appear): NLRB Rules and Regulations – Part 101 (Procedural Declarations) NLRB Rules and Regulations – Part 102 (Rules and Regulations) – eCFR Section 102* NLRB Rules and Regulations – Part 103 (Other Rules) – eCFR Section 103 Delegation of powers and assigned responsibilities of the General Counsel.