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NLRB appoints two new administrative law judges

The National Labor Relations Board announced late last month that it has appointed Kenneth Chu and Christine Dibble as administrative law judges in its Division of Judges. NLRB noted that "both transferred to the Board from similar positions with the Social Security Administration. Their appointments bring the number of NLRB judges to 37 nationwide."

Judge Kenneth Chu was appointed a Social Security judge in June 2009, and prior to that served as an administrative judge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). He also served as a district chief judge and as deputy director of an EEOC district. Judge Chu will be stationed in the New York office of the Judges Division.

Judge Dibble served as a Social Security judge since April 2008 and prior to that appointment was as an administrative judge with the EEOC for 15 years. She also worked as an attorney with the Service Employees International Union and as an equal employment opportunity specialist with the Department of Housing and Urban Development. She will take her assignments from the Washington, D.C. office of the Division of Judges.

08/03/2012