Hospitality Regulation And Legislation To Watch in 2014

Law360, New York (January 1, 2014, 10:08 AM EST) -- Nonunion hospitality companies could be hurt by policy shifts at a bolstered National Labor Relations Board in 2014, cruise companies face stiffer regulatory oversight at the federal level and casinos are eyeing gambling expansion measures at home and abroad, attorneys and experts say.

NLRA Application To Nonunion Cos.

With a full five-member board for the first time in years, the National Labor Relations Board has become more active in terms of setting policies and coming out with guidance — particularly with how the National Labor Relations Act can affect nonunion employers. The tide is not expected to change in 2014 under...

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