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Samia Kirmani and Jonathan Spitz Discuss Their Labor-Law Predictions for 2018

Samia Kirmani and Jonathan Spitz discuss labor-law trends employers can expect to see in 2018 in "Labor of Law: We Asked for Labor-Law Predictions for 2018. Here's What You Said," published by Law.com.

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