Peter Steinmeyer Quoted in “From Overtime Rules to Worker Protections, 5 Ways Trump Is Shifting Labor Policy”

Chicago Tribune

Peter A. Steinmeyer, a Member of the Firm in the Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practice, in the firm’s Chicago office, was quoted in the Chicago Tribune, was quoted in “From Overtime Rules to Worker Protections, 5 Ways Trump Is Shifting Labor Policy,” by Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz.

Following is an excerpt:

To Peter Steinmeyer, an attorney in the Chicago office of Epstein Becker Green who represents management in employment cases, the developments reflect a predictable swing of the pendulum back to the pro-business right that occurs when Republicans take the White House from Democrats.

“The Trump administration isn’t going to do anything out of line from what we have seen in prior Republican administrations,” he said. One exception, he said, may be that Trump is at odds with many business leaders in his quest to reduce immigration. …

“A lot of these decisions are going to be reversed and it’s probably just going to be a matter of time,” Steinmeyer said, though it could take a while for relevant cases to come before the board.