Welcome to Labor of Law, our weekly snapshot of news and trends affecting the L&E community. On the clock this week: NLRB weighs ‘profane’ rules | Ogletree opens 2nd office in Canada | K&L Gates defectors launch firm in Australia | Honigman, Kirkland represent GM in suit against FCA | Sterling Jewelers class action is revived. I’m Mike Scarcella in Washington. You can reach me at [email protected] and on Twitter @MikeScarcella. Hope everyone has a great holiday next week—we’ll return on Dec. 5. Thanks for reading!

 

NLRB Weighs Profanity/ Racially Offensive Standards

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