With a recession still lingering and a year-old administration still settling into place in Washington, D.C., labor and employment law is busy nationwide and could get even busier over the next year.
Pennsylvania appears to be no exception, having attracted a number of national labor and employment boutiques to its Philadelphia and Pittsburgh markets over the last decade.
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