For nearly eight years under President Barack Obama, labor and employment practitioners have been kept busy by a host of new federal policies—largely promulgated through regulations—that have changed everything from the legal definition of “joint employer” to how federal contractors report alleged labor violations.

But with the election of Donald Trump and a Republican majority in both the Senate and House of Representatives, some of these policies may not last.

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