By Greg Stohr, Bloomberg News
In an unusual letter to the U.S. Supreme Court, the National Labor Relations Board’s general counsel said he gave a series of inaccurate answers during a high-profile argument Monday on the rights of workers to file class-action lawsuits.
On Tuesday Griffin backtracked. His answers “were the result of my misunderstanding the chief justice’s questions and were inaccurate,” he wrote.
The correct answer, Griffin said, was the one given by Daniel Ortiz, a lawyer representing the workers in the case. Ortiz said workers had to be allowed to file joint complaints, even with a group 50 or smaller.
For more news, visit Bloomberg.