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Kevin focuses his practice on labor and employment. Frequently working with healthcare systems and providers, Kevin advises and defends employers on a wide range of issues, including high level investigations, leave and accommodation concerns, discrimination and harassment matters, non-competition agreements, reductions in force and sensitive terminations.

A divided U.S. Senate confirmed President Obama’s nomination of Richard Griffin, Jr., to serve as the NLRB’s General Counsel, positioning the former union lawyer with the power to decide when to investigate and prosecute companies charged with unfair labor practices.

The Senate approved Griffin mainly along party lines by a vote of 55-44, highlighting the

Members of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (“HELP”) approved the nomination of Richard Griffin, Jr. to serve as General Counsel of the NLRB by a 13-9 vote.  Griffin’s nomination will now proceed before the full senate for what is expected to be a contentious vote.

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