The economy is being fueled by mergers and acquisitions that continue to grow in size and complexity. When the target company has unionized employees, the purchaser must cope with a legal framework that was drafted for the business world in the 1930s but must be interpreted in light of today’s business practices.

This article will address the basic points of the National Labor Relations Act relevant to business transactions and how the National Labor Relations Board and the courts have applied that law.

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