Levy Ratner Associate Alek Felstiner, along with law clerk Natalie Grieco, recently published an article examining National Labor Relations Board General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo’s Advice Memo in which she indicates that the NLRB may restore union access to employer property that is open to the public. The memo comes after two 2019 Board decisions which gave employers more latitude to exclude nonemployee union representatives from public employer property by characterizing their conduct as “promotional activity,” “solicitation,” and “distribution.”