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I just had a case I filed with the NLB for unfair labor practices if I was denied by then and there appeals court what are my next steps to going after my union for unfair labor practices by not representing me in a case against the company that fired me for medical reasons

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California

Lawyer's Assistant: Is the employment agreement "at will," union, full time or part time?

I was a casual

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Yes the company actually accuse me of being on drugs without ever performing the drug test or anything like that and it's against their Union contract to just a request me to go to rehab before the hire me again even after I try to explain to him I had ADHD and I've had it my whole life that I just quit drinking and I had heard on some other medicine again it was prescribed by the doctor

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Employment Lawyer: John, Employment Lawyer replied 9 months ago

If you charge is dismissed by the regional director, you can ask the NLRB General Counsel to reconsider. There is no right to appeal the NLRB's dismissal of an unfair labor practice charge.

If it is the case that General Counsel dismisses your charge, your only option is to file a claim under the LMRA section 301 in federal court alleging the employer or union did not follow the CBA...i.e., they breached the contract in some manner not subject to either the mandatory dispute arbitration process or NLRA jurisdiction. You have to hire your own attorney for this.

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