...Susan Burke, who recently left her solo practice to join Katz, Marshall & Banks, sued anonymous editors she believed posted defamatory information about her...
National Law Journal
In back-to-back, divided rulings on Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court raised the bar for employees seeking to prove discrimination in their workplaces
Third Circuit got it right in holding Sarbanes-Oxley's protections must be broadly construed
...S. District Court for the District of Columbia; Lisa Banks, Katz, Marshall & Banks; Sara Kropf, Baker Botts. Location: D...
EEOC addresses discrimination risks in using criminal history in employment decisions and the need to avoid placing anyone ever convicted of a crime in 'the permanent ranks of the unemployed.
For a class of older television writers suing studios, networks and talent agencies for age discrimination, a $70 million settlement reached in 2010 was a happy ending. For the writers' lawyers, thou
Anyone who favors enforcement of regulatory laws, as well as the protections that those laws afford whistleblowers, should hope that the 9th Circuit uses this opportunity to correct a decision that c
...Isler Dare Ray Radcliffe & Connolly; Avi Kumin, Katz, Marshall & Banks. Location: D.C. Bar Conference Center, 1101 K Street N...
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