Staying on the broad subject of organized labor and its outsized influence in the current administration, President Biden last week officially nominated Jennifer Abruzzo for the post of National Labor Relations Board General Counsel. Abruzzo, who had previously served in a number of different capacities at the NLRB including acting General Counsel during the Obama administration, is currently the special counsel for the Communications Workers of America (CWA), one of the nation’s largest unions. The vacancy exists after Biden without cause fired former General Counsel Peter Robb and his deputy Alice Stock after they refused to resign on inauguration day. Robb’s appointment, which was made by President Trump and confirmed by the Senate, was not set to expire until November of this year. Her nomination is subject to confirmation by the Senate and is now pending before the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP).