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Client Push Gets More Firms Into The Labor Lobbying Game

By Aebra Coe (April 18, 2018, 1:46 PM EDT) -- Many employers now demand the opportunity to shape laws and regulations as they're being written rather than simply scrambling to comply after the fact, a desire that has led to an explosion of competition among large law firms to set up and grow labor and employment lobbying shops.

A growing number of firms are stepping into the management-side labor and employment advocacy sphere, helping employers make their voices heard in a shifting regulatory environment. So far in 2018 two major law firms have set up new L&E lobbying subsidiaries: Seyfarth Shaw LLP in January and Fisher Phillips just two months later...

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