Viewing employers as a potential (or maybe even, likely) enemy, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is continuing to sign Memoranda of Understanding MOU with different federal agencies. The latest agreement was signed this week by NLRB General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo and Jonathan Kanter, assistant attorney general and head of the antitrust division of the Department of Justice (DOJ). This week’s MOU, the third agency-specific agreement the NLRB (after separate MOUs were signed with the FTC last week and the DOL back in March) has executed with other agencies within the Biden administration, calls for the two agencies to coordinate on enforcement and cross-train their respective staffs. Further, with the underlying goal being to “strengthen the position of workers,” the antitrust division with its power to bring criminal charges promises to apply “extraordinary vigilance” to protecting workers’ rights to earn a fair wage. Be diligent in complying with all employment laws, especially during the Biden presidency.