The United States District Court for the District of Columbia just handed down its decision in the case challenging the NLRB poster requirement.   The good news for the NLRB: the Judge found that the NLRB acted lawfully in promulgating the poster.  The bad news for the NLRB — and this is very bad news — the NLRB exceeded its authority in making the failure to post an independent unfair labor practice charge and grounds for tolling the six-month statue of limitation.

We will digest this decision more over the weekend and have a fuller analysis on Monday.