NLRB v. NJ Bell Tel., 936 F.2d 144 (3d Cir. 1991),
enforcing 300 N.L.R.B. No. 6 (1990)
The Third Circuit Court of Appeals enforced the NLRB’s order that the Weingarten right to union representation was triggered by employee inquiry whether she should have a union representative at a meeting. The Court also found that the Union was entitled to receive a summary of witness statements and an investigative report by security because the employer had relied on this information in its determination to discipline an employee.