A Midyear Summary Of Labor Law Developments: Part 2

Law360, New York (August 10, 2015, 11:16 AM EDT) -- Seth H. Borden

Brennan W. Bolt As noted in part one of this two-part analysis series, the National Labor Relations Board has continued to advance an ambitious agenda, checked only by Congress and judicial review. Substantial new NLRB rules to facilitate union organizing, the prosecution of new doctrines to reverse decades of precedent and game-changing regulatory proposals from the U.S. Department of Labor continue to unfold. The first part of this analysis explored the first five issues to watch in the last five months of 2015. Here, we explore the other five on our top 10 list.

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