Leigh Anne Hodge joins Bradley Arant's health care practice as partner in the Birmingham office. Plus more movers in this week's column
...ultimate customer, for example, insurance adjusters. However, Jeremy Heisler of Sanford Wittels & Heisler, who won a wage-and-hour class action...
A Massachusetts federal judge granted the company's motion to compel arbitration based on its mandatory arbitration clause. In so doing, he ruled that a pattern-or-practice claim is a method of provi
Highlights of commentary in the NLJ on controversial issues of 2011
The Supreme Court in 'Wal-Mart' has effectively disarmed employees in David versus Goliath situations by inventing a new, virtually impossible standard for class certification
The Supreme Court on Monday handed a sweeping victory to Wal-Mart, the nation's largest employer, in the company's decade-long effort to thwart a discrimination class action filed on behalf of more t
...s lawyer, Janette Wipper, the San Francisco managing partner at Sanford Wittels & Heisler, said that women have been entering the accounting industry for...
A CIGNA Healthcare Inc. affiliate has filed a motion to dismiss and compel arbitration of an employee's federal lawsuit alleging systemic gender discrimination
...to Katherine Kimpel and David Sanford, partners at Washington's Sanford Wittels & Heisler, the lead plaintiffs' lawyers. Welch's statistical analysis...
A Massachusetts woman has filed a putative federal class action against CIGNA Healthcare Inc. accusing the company of systemic gender discrimination and seeking more than $100 million in damages
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