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Case between union, Station Casinos to resume Monday

After an extended recess, the National Labor Relations Board is scheduled to resume presenting its case Monday to an administrative law judge in downtown Las Vegas against Station Casinos Inc.

The case, which began Oct. 25, stems from allegations of unfair labor practices related to organizing efforts by the Culinary Local 226, according to the original complaint.

The hearing was adjourned Nov. 4 after Station Casinos filed a motion to dismiss the case. The Las Vegas-based company’s claimed the union failed repeatedly to comply with subpoenas for affidavits, statements, photographs, Web postings and other documentation.

In a ruling dated Dec. 7, Administrative Law Judge Geoffrey Carter denied Station Casinos’ motion, saying “the relief that (Station Casinos) seeks in its motion … is not warranted under the circumstances presented in the case.”

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