Barry Kearney discussed with Law360 about the National Labor Relations Board's top legal theorist and adviser stepping down. Longtime board attorney Jayme Sophir will retire at the end of this month after two years as associate general counsel for the Division of Advice, the agency said. Barry, who preceded Sophir as head of the board's advice division, described the position as "the general counsel's lawyer before the board" with Law360. It's one of many roles Sophir filled admirably, he said. "She's a dedicated public servant, she performed extremely well and she served many GCs both Democrat and Republican and always gave excellent advice," Kearney said. "The public was well served and will miss Jayme and her talents."
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