Foreshadowing the next four years, on August 12, 2021 the NLRB’s new General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo released her own doctrinal “wish list” in Memorandum GC 21-04.  The list detailed an exhaustive list of cases and issues that Abruzzo mandate go through her office “to determine whether current law ensures that employees have the right to exercise their fundamental Section 7 rights both fully and freely.” Visit Husch Blackwell’s Labor Relations Law Insider to learn more about cases and subject matters identified in the GC memo that impact healthcare employers: https://bit.ly/3g00wMe

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Photo of Tom Godar Tom Godar

Tom advises employers on issues such as wage and hour claims, discrimination claims, confidentiality and noncompete agreements, independent contractor relationships, recruiting and retention, policy development, training and discipline. He represents clients before the National Labor Relations Board, the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission, and

Tom advises employers on issues such as wage and hour claims, discrimination claims, confidentiality and noncompete agreements, independent contractor relationships, recruiting and retention, policy development, training and discipline. He represents clients before the National Labor Relations Board, the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission, and other state and federal administrative agencies.

Photo of Adam Doerr Adam Doerr

With a strong background in management defense and traditional labor law, Adam advises clients on union avoidance, union relations, union contract administration, unfair labor practice allegations, collective bargaining negotiations, contract administration and grievance investigations. In addition to providing day-to-day counsel, he regularly represents…

With a strong background in management defense and traditional labor law, Adam advises clients on union avoidance, union relations, union contract administration, unfair labor practice allegations, collective bargaining negotiations, contract administration and grievance investigations. In addition to providing day-to-day counsel, he regularly represents employers in National Labor Relations Board proceedings and arbitrations, as well as in litigation in both state and federal courts.