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NEWS | U.S. Dist. Court Blocks NLRB Joint-Employer Rule  

Follow NSBA as we continue tracking changes to the NLRB’s joint-employer rule. 


This month, a U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas blocked a rule from the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) that changed the way joint-employer status is determined.  


In its decision to block this rule, the court reinstated an NLRB rule from 2020 that protects businesses from undue liability for employees not under their direct control.  



According to the Texas district court’s current ruling: control for franchisees is reestablished after the NLRB changed the elements involved in evaluating a joint-employe relationship in Oct. 2023, as well as how unions would be able to organize.  


NSBA has been closely following developments of the NLRB’s joint-employer rule and its many changes over the last two years.  




Follow NSBA as we continue tracking changes to the NLRB’s joint-employer rule. 
U.S. Dist. Court Blocks NLRB Joint-Employer Rule  

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