...Fred Gaona III, a labor and employment litigator, has joined FordHarrison in Dallas as a partner. . . . Gina E. Betts ...
Michael P. Maslanka says he doesn't make New Year's resolutions because, well, his resolve always dissolves. So, for 2011, he suggests taking a different tack: a reframing of how we think about emplo
Shakespeare's "Othello" ends badly, with several bodies on stage. The tragic scene offers a cautionary tale for attorneys, Michael P. Maslanka. Here's the combustible stew that brought about the carn
...in 2007 -- labor and employment firm Ford & Harrison and Dallas-based ...
It's time for spring cleaning — out with the old; in with the new, says Michael P. Maslanka. Let's clear out the legal closet; we'll make room for new developments and send outdated theories ou
Let's start a revolution to remake employee handbooks, suggests Michael P. Maslanka. Currently they are fear-driven: Do this, don't do that. But they could be so much more. He offers some suggested h
William Shakespeare's play "The Merchant of Venice" teaches us some good lessons, says Michael P. Maslanka. But the most important is this: We are just not because we must be, but because it is in ou
Desire influence? Hunger to persuade? Yearn for self-knowledge? The answers are out there (apologies to "The X Files"). Here's the paradox: You can only get the answers to these questions by asking m
What's the next wave of employment law that general counsel need to surf? It's reasonable accommodation under the Americans With Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA), says Michael P. Maslanka. The
As the David Letterman saga plays out, employers across America should take some time to think about the dynamics of relationships between the top boss, say a CEO, and his or her subordinates, and ho
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