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Log In / Register | May 6, 2016
Robert Zarco
Franchisee attorney Robert Zarco of law firm Zarco Einhorn Salkowski Brito, P.A.

LAS VEGAS—Franchise owners have surely heard all the talk about the end of franchising as we know it. The National Labor Relations Board's controversial joint-employer decision has triggered a backlash in the franchising world, with the labor board ruling that a big recycling company is responsible for the employees of a staffing firm it hired.

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