...David Lowe is a partner in the San Francisco firm of Rudy, Exelrod, Zieff & Lowe, where he specializes in complex litigation, international employment cases...
...nbsp;David Lowe of Rudy, Exelrod, Zieff & Lowe predicts "global mobility" will be a...
Lynne Hermle of Orrick and David Lowe of Rudy Exelrod Zieff & Lowe discuss developing legal issues in labor and employment law
Employment suits are up in Silicon Valley—and discrimination cases are the fastest-growing slice. A high-profile suit against a VC firm served as a wake-up call, and Lean In has reportedly insp
Originally Published: The Recorder
Vivek Wadhwa, a tech entrepreneur-turned-academic, is a critic of Silicon Valley employment practices he sees as excluding women, minorities and older workers
...2005. The allegations in her 2012 lawsuit, along with her attorney Alan Exelrod's history of ...
In addition to taking cases that present key class certification questions left unanswered by Brinker, the California Supreme Court has also sent strong signals that lower courts have misread its rul
... Those arguments from Pao's lawyer, Alan Exelrod of Rudy, Exelrod, Zieff & Lowe, came in a filing Monday at the First District...
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