Clinton Admin. Would Hit Ground Running On Labor Issues

Law360, New York (October 5, 2016, 1:43 PM EDT) -- If Hillary Clinton is elected, there would be a continuity to the party holding the White House not seen since the 1980s, a development that experts say means she would be uniquely poised to swiftly push ahead Obama administration priorities such as extending overtime pay, increasing pay equity and expanding the definition of joint employment.

Faced with a Republican-controlled Congress for much of his presidency, President Barack Obama has demonstrated the ability of the executive office to bypass the legislative process and impact labor law through the use of federal regulations and executive orders. The efforts of his administration are expected to...

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