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NLRB seeks to restore staff cuts at Longy School

Judge says ruling could take months

Clayton Hoener (right), head of the Longy School of Music faculty union, led a demonstration outside the Moakley Courthouse yesterday prior to a hearing on a National Labor Relations Board request for an injunction against staff cuts at the school. Clayton Hoener (right), head of the Longy School of Music faculty union, led a demonstration outside the Moakley Courthouse yesterday prior to a hearing on a National Labor Relations Board request for an injunction against staff cuts at the school. (David L. Ryan/ Globe Staff)
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / November 30, 2010

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Eight months after the Longy School of Music slashed its teaching staff, the National Labor Relations Board went to court to try to turn back the clock — and restore at least eight instructors whose positions were eliminated. (Full article: 639 words)

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