It has been over seven months since Donald Trump was elected President and during that time, we have watched the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) continue its pro-union, anti-business march, knowing all the while that gradual but steady change would come with the new administration. Well this week, another phase of that change took place with the nomination by President Trump of Attorney Marvin Kaplan to fill one of the two vacant seats on the NLRB. Once confirmed by the US Senate, Kaplan, who is currently the Chief Counsel for the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission, will join two democrats and the republican chairman on the five-member NLRB. The appointment will leave one more slot on the NLRB to be filled by President Trump, who earlier this year, elevated republican member Philip Miscimarra to the Chairmanship. Kaplan will fill the remainder of a five-year term expiring in August 2020.