During our last review we brought out the crystal ball to forecast what could be accomplished under the Trump NLRB. But after two years, there is no need for guessing. From appointments to decisions on joint-employer status and employee handbooks, the Trump board has made it clear that it is willing to revisit and overrule decisions issued under the previous administration. Join us for a recap of key events during the first two years of the Trump NLRB.
George represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, including union negotiations and arbitrations. George also has extensive experience in employment and labor litigation, and on the basis of that experience counsels employers about how to avoid employment liability. He has been chosen by his peers for inclusion for many years in The Best Lawyers in America© and is a Fellow in the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. Please click here to learn more about George.
Brice’s practice is focused on representing employers in all aspects of employment law including litigation, traditional labor work, and administrative hearings. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 2017 and was a member of the Law Review. While in law school Brice was a summer clerk with the Office of General Counsel for Cincinnati Public Schools in 2015. Brice was a summer associate with Frost Brown Todd in 2016. During his third year of law school he was a judicial extern for the Honorable William O. Bertelsman in the United States District Court Eastern District of Kentucky. Please click here to learn more about Brice.
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