Description: H.Amdt. 878 — 112th Congress (2011-2012)All Information (Except Text)

Amendment sought to prevent employers that have paid any executive compensation bonuses in excess of 10,000 percent of the annual compensation of the average employee from engaging in open-ended litigation. Such parties are required to state their issues or positions at the outset of pre-election hearings, and would be prohibited from raising new, frivolous issues as a dilatory tactic.

Purpose:

An amendment numbered 2 printed in House Report 112-291 to prevent employers that have paid any executive compensation bonuses in excess of 10,000 percent of the annual compensation of the average employee from engaging in open-ended litigation. Such parties are required to state their issues or positions at the outset of pre-election hearings, and prohibited from raising new, frivolous issues as a dilatory tactic.

House Amendment Code:

(A002)

House Tally Clerks use this code to manage amendment information.