WASHINGTON —While the new presidential administration and Congress almost certainly will be preoccupied with addressing the global economic crisis next year, restaurateurs can expect to face a critical legislative challenge in the form of unionization, cautioned industry lobbyist Richard Berman. Berman, the president of Berman & Co., a Washington, D.C.-based public affairs and lobbying firm, warned attendees of the 49th annual Multi-Unit ...

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