A proposal to change the federal rule governing labor relations advisers has management-side attorneys squirming.

For more than 50 years, the Department of Labor has exempted law firms from reporting details of work related to preventing employee unionization. Now, the department is threatening to yank that exemption away, exposing lawyers to the same stringent rules that apply to consultants who engage in so-called persuader activities.

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