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Topic - Mike Eastman
"He's tried to exercise the authority once," said Mike Eastman, executive director of labor law policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, referring to Mr. Solomon. "No court has told him he can't. So he can do it again."
"Employers are facing a barrage of frivolous cases, and each one costs $30-, $40-, $50,000," said Mike Eastman, executive director of labor policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.