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Jackson Lewis Attorneys Featured in "2015 review - 2016 forecast: Federal agencies on the move"

In “2015 review—2016 forecast: Federal agencies on the move ,” Wolters Kluwer publishes their second in a series of three briefings on the most important agency developments and union activity and what we can expect in 2016.  This piece includes insight from Howard Bloom, Paul Patten, Francis Alvarez, Paul DeCamp, Joseph Lazzarotti, Kathryn Russo, Amy Worley, Jason Gavejian, Michael Neifach, Amy Peck, Jessica Feinstein, Cynthia Liao, David Jones, Richard Cino, Joseph Toris, and David Jimenez. 

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