LexBlog featured “Senate Confirms Biden Nominee Jennifer Abruzzo as NLRB General Counsel, Paving Way for Pro-Union Shift,” an article co-authored by Steven M. Swirsky and Christopher Shur, in their roundup of this week’s top 10 most timely and topical law blogs.

Following is an excerpt:

This week, with rising cases of the COVID Delta variant, we saw a heavy focus on the legal questions surrounding vaccinations and return-to-work policies. Additionally, federal government updates on labor, state legislative changes, IP updates, and more punctuated our weekly rundown.

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“Senate Confirms Biden Nominee Jennifer Abruzzo as NLRB Counsel, Paving Way for Pro-Union Shift”

Like we alluded to before, federal government news is always eye-catching. Steven M. Swirsky and Christopher Shur of Epstein Becker Green partnered up to deliver this timely blog post to their audience, fully explaining the pro-union implications of Abruzzo’s nomination and then delving into what it means practically for employers. They also do a nice job providing background on the General Counsel’s position in addition to Abruzzo herself. And of course, all of this information is broken up nicely. Available at Management Memo.

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