As observers inquire about the status of joint employment and the NLRB’s Browning-Ferris decision, Ronald Meisburg discusses how the NLRB handles precedents while the President is in the process of filling vacancies. Meisburg tells Bloomberg BNA, “Where the law needs to be changed, the historic custom is that they won’t overturn existing precedent and create new law without three members willing to vote that way.”

Read Punching In: Joint Employer, Tight Lips at Labor Department, Bloomberg Labor and Employment Blog, May 8, 2017.