As we recently noted, a South Carolina federal Court invalidated a National Labor Relations Board regulation requiring the posting by all employers of a notice of employee rights to engage in union and other protected activities. We also noted that the ruling contradicted a decision last month by a DC federal court upholding the notice posting requirement. This afternoon, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals issued a temporary injunction preventing the NLRB from its planned April 30 implementation of the notice posting requirement. As such, employers will not be compelled by the NLRB to post a notice of employee rights unless and until the appellate process is complete and the injunction is dissolved. We will keep you updated as events unfold.