The union-allied Fight for $15 organization has asked the National Labor Relations Board to reconsider its December ruling that signaled the board would not hold franchisers accountable for the violations of their operators, Bloomberg law reported.

The NLRB last month instructed an administrative law judge to approve settlements resolving complaints against McDonald’s USA LLC, McDonald’s Restaurants of Illinois Inc. and 29 franchisees, based on violations allegedly committed by McDonald’s Restaurants of Illinois and the franchisees.

Fight for $15 said the board made “multiple material errors” and argued that Member William Emanuel should have recused himself from the case, according to Bloomberg Law.