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John Lewis Talks to Law360 about Possible Changes in NLRB Standards

News / April 3, 2017

Partner John Lewis is quoted in an article published by Law360 on March 31, 2017. The article, “7 Obama-Era NLRB Rulings Trump’s Board May Strike Down,” examines the future of the National Labor Relations Board after President Trump fills two vacancies there. Lewis comments on a 2014 decision that allowed workers to use work email for labor law-protected purposes.

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