Trump’s Clash With Obama’s Legacy Pits Feds Against Feds

Then-President Barack Obama and President Donald Trump shake hands following their meeting in the Oval Office on Nov. 10. (AP)

The new U.S. Supreme Court term kicks off Monday with something it hasn’t seen in perhaps a quarter-century: lawyers from two federal agencies taking opposite sides in oral arguments.

The case is National Labor Relations Board v. Murphy Oil USA Inc., and it is one of three consolidated matters concerning the legality of class action waivers in employment agreements.

In one corner will be the NLRB...

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