The U.S. Court of Appeals has shot down Alta Vista Regional Hospital’s attempt to nullify the vote taken by its employees more than five years ago to form a union.
In fact, the 13-page opinion — issued by a three judge panel of the District of Columbia Circuit on Nov. 2 — ridicules the hospital’s arguments, characterizing them as a stall tactic.
The case was called San Miguel Hospital Corporation, petitioner v. National Labor Relations Board, respondent.
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