David Kurtz joins Constangy, Brooks & Smith's labor and litigation practice as partner in the Boston office. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
...you ask 10 people where to draw the line between leaking and whistleblowing, you'll get 26 different answers," said Stephen Vladeck of...
Its rulings so far suggest the pace and scope of awards may be more limited than the business community feared
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
...and will focus on wage-and-hour class actions, ERISA, employment discrimination, whistleblowing and retaliation cases. Previously, Guarino was a partner at Epstein Becker &...
National Law Journal
Women occupy top jobs at PTO; FISA court gets Walton; FEC bundling rules loosen; Cooley attorneys go to Proskauer; Allred to D.C. Bar; a Seoul-ful win; and art isn't easy but this auction was in this
...as co-head of the government regulatory compliance and relations and the whistleblowing and retaliation groups. Previously, she was the head of Cooley's employment...
The January 13, 1988, decision in Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier was one of those Supreme Court rulings that may have seemed routine at the time, but over time transformed the legal underpinnings of an entir
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