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Labor and employment laws that govern the relationship between employers and employees differ from state to state.
An employment and labor attorney may represent business owners, employers, management, unions, or employees.
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As a general rule, labor and employment lawyers offer expertise in compliance with federal laws administered by the Department of Labor, the National Labor Relations Board, and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, as well as various state agencies.
They are also well versed in the areas of employment disputes and litigation, employee benefits, and labor relations.
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