Looking Back and Looking Ahead: The Top Labor and Employment Law Developments of 2018 and What to Expect in 2019

Last year brought an abundance of change that will undoubtedly have a lasting impact on employees and employers alike. At the federal level, the United States Supreme Court took on hotly contested issues involving class action waivers and public union agency fees, while the National Labor Relations Board continued dismantling and reversing Obama-era positions.
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Last year brought an abundance of change that will undoubtedly have a lasting impact on employees and employers alike. At the federal level, the United States Supreme Court took on hotly contested issues involving class action waivers and public union agency fees, while the National Labor Relations Board continued dismantling and reversing Obama-era positions.

Mark Macchi, is an associate of the law firm Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP in Boston, MA, where he concentrates in the areas of labor and employment law. Mark received his J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law and his B.A. from Boston University.

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