In Crozer-Chester Medical Ctr. v. Nat’l Labor Relations Bd., the 3rd Circuit reviewed a decision of the National Labor Relations Board and held that substantial evidence supported the Board’s conclusion that the employer violated the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). However, the Board abused its broad remedial discretion in ordering the employer to disclose its entire agreement of sale. Therefore, the 3rd Circuit remanded for the Board to determine which schedules and attachments had been sufficiently established as relevant and, thus, which schedules and attachments the Union had a right to receive.