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SAN DIEGO — If standing room only in a breakout session is any indication, human resources professionals attending CUNA’s HR/TD Council Summit were very concerned about labor law. Nearly half of all 200 attendees crowded into a mini-workshop to hear Palo Alto, Calif. based attorney Mary LaVigne-Butler discuss current labor law issues. The lawyer counsels $772 million Stanford Federal Credit Union, also based in Palo Alto.

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