NEW YORK — An administrative law judge with the National Labor Relations Board ruled in favor of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. in two different cases last week involving election objections and charges of unfair labor practices.

The two cases involved charges filed against the Bentonville, Ark.-based discounter by United Food and Commercial Workers’ Union. Judge Keltner Locke, who oversaw both cases, ruled in the first case that Wal-Mart associates in Palestine, Tex., had access to a fair election process. In that election, reconfirmed by the judge, associates voted against UFCW representation.

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