Hospitality Attys Fret Over NLRB Inaction And DC Gridlock

By Joyce Hanson (June 6, 2017, 6:45 PM EDT) -- The National Labor Relations Board over the next couple of years can't cut back on onerous regulations introduced during the Obama era because President Donald Trump's administration is nowhere near to naming new NLRB members, lawyers who work with companies in the hospitality industry said Tuesday.

The lawyers in a roundtable discussion at New York University's International Hospitality Industry Investment Conference at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square fretted over hoteliers' struggle to draw investor interest and cut costs as unions become more firmly entrenched nationwide and wages rise due to NLRB regulations instituted under President Barack Obama.

They pointed in...

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