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Henry M. Hald High School Association v. National Labor Relations Board

UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS SECOND CIRCUIT


April 27, 1979

HENRY M. HALD HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATION, PETITIONER,
v.
NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD, RESPONDENT; ROMAN CATHOLIC DOCESE OF BROOKLYN, PETITIONER, V. NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD, RESPONDENT; NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD, PETITIONER, V. BISHOP FORD CENTRAL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL, RESPONDENT, AND LAY FACULTY ASSOCIATION, LOCAL 1261, INTERVENOR.

Present: HON. STERRY R. WATERMAN, HON. WILFRED FEINBERG, HON. WALTER R. MANSFIELD, Circuit Judges .

Order REMANDING CASES TO THE BOARD

Oral argument having been heard today on the stipulation of the National Labor Relations Board, petitioners Henry M. Hald and Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, and respondent, Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School, to remand the cases to the Board for dismissal, and on the objections of intervenor Lay Faculty Association to a portion thereof, it is hereby

Ordered, that the stipulation to remand for dismissal of the portion of the cases respecting petitioners Henry M. Hald and Diocese of Brooklyn, be and hereby is, granted.

It is further ordered that the portion of the cases known upon the records of this Court as National Labor Relations Board v. Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School (Nos. 78-4097, 4098) is remanded to the Board for reconsideration of the Board's jurisdiction in light of the National Labor Relations Board v. Catholic Bishop of Chicago, U.S. , 47 LW 4283 (1979). The Board shall conduct this reconsideration on the basis of the record in its Case Nos. 29-CA-4746, 29-CA-4861, 29-CA-5212, 29-CA-5234, and it is the Court's judgment that it is not necessary that the Board receive additional evidence to resolve the issues presented by this remand.

Therefore, it is further ordered that the Board shall commence its reconsideration, which may include oral argument and memoranda of law, of this case promptly, and not later than thirty days from the date of this order, and shall conclude its reconsideration and enter a final order in this matter not later than sixty days from the date hereof.

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