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Jackson Lewis Attorneys Provide Commentary, Insight in Wolters Kluwer Briefing on Labor and Employment Law Developments for 2017

Commentary and insight from Jackson Lewis attorneys K. Joy Chin, Paul Patten, Richard I. Greenberg, Jeffrey W. Brecher, Joy M. Napier-Joyce, Howard M. Bloom and Philip B. Rosen are featured in Wolters Kluwer's "Federal agencies: What happened in 2016-will 2017 be different?", a briefing on labor and employment law developments from 2016 as well as a forecast for 2017.

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Howard M. Bloom

Howard M. Bloom
Principal
Boston

Jeffrey W. Brecher

Jeffrey W. Brecher
Principal
New York Metro
Long Island

K. Joy Chin

K. Joy Chin
Principal
New York Metro
Long Island

Richard I. Greenberg

Richard I. Greenberg
Principal
New York Metro
New York City

Joy M. Napier-Joyce

Joy M. Napier-Joyce
Principal
Baltimore

Paul Patten

Paul Patten
Principal
Chicago

Philip B. Rosen

Philip B. Rosen
Principal
New York Metro
New York City

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