Thomas B. Griffith (D.C. Circuit Court judge and former BYU General Counsel, Senate Legal Counsel, Bishop and Stake President) is teaching an institute class at the Chevy Chase building this fall on early Church history, with a focus on “Joseph Smith as Everyman.” The class starts Tuesday, September 2nd at 7pm and will run every Tuesday night throughout the fall. You can register either upon arrival or in advance at the Church’s Institute site. Please spread the word. Brother Griffith is a fantastic teacher and having a class from him on this topic is a rare opportunity — it is sure to be stellar. Read more »
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Case Background: Kiewit Power Constructors Co. contested a National Labor Relations Board decision to reinstate two fired electricians for threatening workplace violence. Kiewit Power had warned the electricians that their breaks were too long, and that they may need to take them in a different location. The electricians responded by saying things would “get ugly” if they were disciplined and the supervisor “better bring boxing gloves.” In reinstating the electricians, the NLRB found the statements “were merely figures of speech made in the course of a protected labor dispute.” Kiewit appealed the decision and case landed in front of... Read more »