A Look Into the Crystal Ball

Will the Trump Administration ‘Make the NLRB Great Again’?

Date September 20, 2017
Time Noon - 1:00 p.m. EDT
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Join Frost Brown Todd for a discussion of the changing landscape of National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and the anticipated hot-button labor issues under the Trump administration. This webinar will explore recent and anticipated changes to the make-up of the board, recent board decisions impacting both union and non-union workforces, and anticipated policy issues to keep an eye on over the next three years.

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Jennifer Asbrock  Jennifer R. Asbrock

Jennifer is a member in Frost Brown Todd’s Louisville office. She counsels and represents private and public employers in all areas of labor and employment law including:

In addition, Jennifer frequently works with employers to customize and present in-house training programs to educate employees and supervisors about employment laws and workplace policies. Learn more about Jennifer Asbrock.

Anne E. Duprey  Anne E. Duprey

Anne is a senior associate in Frost Brown Todd’s Columbus office. Her practice focuses on the representation of employers in a broad spectrum of labor and employment matters including employment litigation, traditional labor work, and advising employers with their day-to-day personnel issues. Anne represents employers in both federal and state court, handling discrimination and harassment lawsuits, cases involving wrongful termination and breach of contract, and lawsuits arising under the Fair Labor Standards Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act. She also enjoys counseling employers with their daily employment concerns, including leave and disciplinary issues, termination, reasonable accommodations, personnel policies and employee handbooks, and non-competition agreements. Anne also represents employers in workers’ compensation hearings before the Industrial Commission of Ohio and subsequent appeals. Learn more about Anne.

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