Mike Muskat and Corey Devine are partners at Muskat, Mahony & Devine, LLP. Courtesy Photo

After a fiercely contested election, it appears likely that Joe Biden will become the 46th president of the United States. The proposed Biden labor and employment agenda is vast, but much of it depends on which party will control of the Senate. Even without control of Congress, though, President-elect Biden wields significant influence over federal labor and employment law through his command of federal agencies and unilateral authority to set rules that federal contractors must follow.

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