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Branded a trouble-maker

However, the NLRB’s action may not be sufficient to encourage workers who are subject to the law to speak up.

According to Cynthia Estlund, a professor of law at the New York University School of Law, “Workers are frequently inhibited from criticizing a former employer even without any legal or contractual constraint.

“She continues, “The NLRB decision will only remove one source of inhibition.”

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