Labor Relations Board

A national public agency created by statute to enforce the provisions of the Federal Labor Relations Act; not a tribunal for the enforcement of private rights through administrative remedies. An agency of the United States, an entity apart from its members, having legal capacity to sue in the federal courts to carry out its statutory functions; located in the District of Columbia. 31 Am J Rev ed Lab § 210.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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