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Two videos from NLRB

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) “now features two new videos on the site (www.nlrb.gov): ‘Introduction to the NLRB Public Website’ and ‘How to Use CiteNet,’ the Agency’s electronic legal research database.”

  • announcement (pdf)
  • Introduction to the NLRB Public Website (“demonstrates how to find published decisions and administrative memoranda, how to ask questions via the website or to speak to a person, as well as how to use E-Gov, the Agency’s on-line services such as E-Docket, E-Filing, online forms, and E-FOIA
  • How to Use CiteNet (CiteNet is a free public service offered by the Agency to assist labor law professionals and the public with their legal research needs.)

Hat tip to: IWS Documented News Service!

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