American labour law is being reviewed

Commentator sees a more labour-friendly administration

Since President Barack Obama took office in January, American labour law has come under greater scrutiny in both the Senate and the House of Representatives. Although only one significant new piece of labour legislation has actually been passed into law, there have been significant developments south of the border. In an article entitled An Overview of Labor and Employment Law Developments in the First 100 Days of the Obama Administration, labour lawyer Andrew J. Rolfes summarizes what has happened so far.

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