For the first time in eight years, Democrats hold a majority in the U.S. House of Representatives after the midterm elections, but any of their bills coming out of the House could stall in the still Republican-controlled Senate. On Wednesday , Margaret E. Krawiec, David B. Leland and Ivan A. Schlager, attorneys at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom published a blog post on how the Democratic House majority could dramatically change priorities for congressional oversight investigations and other activities that impact companies.

Benjamin Ebbink, of counsel at Fisher & Phillips in Sacramento, and Richard Meneghello,  a partner at the firm in Portland, Oregon, also co-authored a report on what employers can expect with the new Congress in 2019 with respect to labor and employment laws.

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