President Joe Biden’s nominee for a seat on the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) may find herself in a position similar to the experience of a Republican Board member in 2017.
Gwynne A. Wilcox, who represents union and workers’ rights interests as a partner at the Manhattan law firm Levy Ratner, was nominated by Biden on May 26. To take a seat on the NLRB, she will have to be confirmed by the Senate.
One of Wilcox’s most prominent cases involved joint employment, a high-interest topic for franchisors and their franchisees. She was a key figure in a