NLRB Expected To Stay Pro-Labor With New Nominees

Law360, New York (July 17, 2013, 8:40 PM EDT) -- The president agreed to to replace two of his nominees to the National Labor Relations Board on Tuesday as part of a deal between Democrats and Republicans, but attorneys say the new picks — two veteran labor lawyers — won't depart from the pro-labor course charted by the current board.      

Despite the intense Senate wrangling that led to the deal in which President Barack Obama pulled his controversial renominations of recess appointees Richard F. Griffin Jr. and Sharon Block, to whom Republicans had strenuously objected, lawyers told Law360 that the new nominees — Nancy Schiffer, a retired associate general counsel at...

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