Linda Dreeben, the top appellate lawyer at the National Labor Relations Board, is leaving the agency next month, ending a 40-plus-year career there.

Dreeben, deputy associate general counsel, has been the agency’s lead appellate advocate since 2008, representing the board in enforcement and compliance cases in courts across the country. She is planning to leave the agency Feb. 22, according to a notice she filed in a pending court case.

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