NLRB says it will respond to Boeing at hearing 

The National Labor Relations Board has said it would wait until a June court hearing to address the merits of its lawsuit against Boeing.

Yesterday I reported on  letter that Boeing sent to the general counsel for the National Labor Relations Board, blasting him for making false accusations about the company's decision to build a non-union factory in South Carolina, which an NLRB complaint charges is illegal.

Asked to respond to the Boeing letter, Nancy Cleeland passed along the following statement:

As we have said before, the complaint issued by the Acting General Counsel is an early step in the NLRB process. The complaint indicates that an investigation of charges brought by the Machinists' union found sufficient evidence to present the allegations to an administrative law judge. That hearing, scheduled for June 14 in Seattle, is the appropriate venue for the parties to address the merits of the complaint.

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