Opposing Interests That Could Shape Labor Policy In 2021

By Danielle Nichole Smith (January 3, 2021, 12:02 PM EST) -- Competing forces could shape labor law in 2021, with a sweeping pro-union labor reform bill floating on Capitol Hill and a Republican-controlled National Labor Relations Board poised to restrict students' organizing efforts and curb unions' access to contact information.

Here, Law360 dives into the push-and-pull of both sides of the labor debate, with a look at some of the labor legislation and rulemaking worth keeping an eye on in 2021.

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