Law360, New York (February 17, 2017, 9:19 PM EST) -- During his days on the National Labor Relations Board, Labor Secretary nominee Alex Acosta exhibited an independent and nonpartisan approach toward evaluating cases, voting alongside fellow Republicans in favor of employers in key cases while also not shying from occasionally siding with unions.
Acosta, who was nominated by President Donald Trump on Thursday after the president's previous nominee withdrew, sat on the board from December 2002 until August 2003, a period during which he participated in over 120 decisions.
Wilma Liebman, a former NLRB chair who served as a board member alongside Acosta throughout his term, told Law360 Friday that he...
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