The National Labor Relations Board has reversed its 2017 decision against the Obama-era “joint-employer” rule. Specifically, on February 9, the NLRB’s inspector general said that one of the board’s Republican members, William Emmanuel, should have been disqualified from taking part in its previous decision because his law firm had represented one of the parties in the Browning-Ferris decision.
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