The President has made his second nomination to fill out the membership of the National Labor Relations Board.
William (Bill) Emanuel is a shareholder at Littler Mendelson where he practices traditional labor law in the Los Angeles office.
A graduate of Georgetown University Law School and Marquette University, he has authored several amicus curiae briefs on behalf of trade associations in cases challenging state laws that allow labor unions to enter employers' private property. He is often recognized as a Best Lawyer in America©.
- Fellow in the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers
- Contributing editor of the ABA's treatise The Developing Labor Law
- Member of the Practice and Procedure Committee and Developing Labor Law Committee of the American Bar Association
- Member and past chairman of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association
- Member and past chairman of the Labor Relations Advisory Committee
- Member and past chairman of the Employers Group Legal Committee.
- Member of the Labor and Employment Practice Group of the Federalist Society.
- He earned his JD from Georgetown University and AB from Marquette University.
More at the Littler web site.
Earlier, the President nominated Marvin Kaplan [See here]. Once the two nominees are confirmed by the Senate, the NLRB will be at its full strength of five Members, and the majority will be in Republican hands.
Here's a 3:56 minutes video in which I make predictions of 10 things that will change once the Republican Members take over: