David H. Mori and Laural S. Wagner named as New Deputies in Operations-Management
Washington DC – National Labor Relations Board General Counsel Peter B. Robb announced the selection of David H. Mori as Deputy Assistant General Counsel and Laural S. Wagner as Deputy Assistant to the General Counsel, both in the Division of Operations-Management. In their new roles, they will assist Operations in managing the Agency’s 48 field offices across the 26 Regions and will provide programmatic support for national enforcement and administration of the Act.
Raised in Southern California, David Mori earned his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, in 1991, and his law degree from Boston College Law School in 1995. Mr. Mori began his career at the NLRB in 1996 as a field attorney in the San Diego Resident Office (Region 21). In 2001, he transferred to the Contempt Litigation and Compliance Branch in Headquarters. In 2016, he was promoted to supervisory attorney in the Contempt, Compliance, and Special Litigation Branch.
A native of Northeastern Ohio, Laural Wagner earned her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and master’s in Labor Relations and Human Resources from Cleveland State University. Ms. Wagner began her NLRB career in 2009 as Co-op Field Examiner in the Cleveland, Ohio Regional Office (Region 8), and, upon graduation, was hired as a Field Examiner in the same office, where she has served since then. In addition to her NLRB experience, Ms. Wagner has previously worked in the private sector as a human resources manager for an Ohio company, and has taught the undergraduate course in Principles of Labor at Cleveland State University.
Established in 1935, the National Labor Relations Board is an independent federal agency that protects employees and employers, and unions from unfair labor practices and protects the right of private sector employees to join together, with or without a union, to improve wages, benefits and working conditions. The NLRB conducts hundreds of workplace elections and investigates thousands of unfair labor practice charges each year.