As COVID-19 raises questions for employers over shutdowns and layoffs, a new memo from general counsel Peter Robb of the National Labor Relations Board offers some insights, but no clear guidance.

“The Coronavirus pandemic has prompted many questions regarding the rights and obligations of both employers and labor organizations, particularly in light of responsive measures taken to contain the virus. Sometimes these measures have been taken out of prudence; other times they have been required by state, local or federal orders,” Robb’s memo begins.

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