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‘Supervisors’ Could Vote in Union Election (access required)

Four “putative” supervisors at a South Carolina polyester fiber plant were not supervisors disqualified from voting in a union election, and substantial evidence supports the National Labor Relations’ Board’s findings as to the putative supervisors’ limited authority to assign work, ...

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Defendant Can’t Show ‘Extraordinary Circumstances’ (access required)

A defendant convicted of the drug-related first-degree murder of two men in 1997 cannot overturn a district court’s denial of his Rule 60(b)(6) motion for relief from judgment as untimely; the 4th Circuit upholds denial of his motion filed years ...

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