...its name to Smith, Magram, Berentato, Michaud and Colonna...Littler Mendelson in Newark promotes associate Amber Spataro, who represents management...
Telisa Webb Schelin drives the legal decisions for Dallas-based Tier Reit Inc., a $3 billion real estate investment trust of 44 commercial office properties. "2014 looks very bright, and we are happy
In his Employment Issues column, Littler Mendelson partner Philip M. Berkowitz writes: Sarbanes Oxley's creation of a new category of federal whistleblowers is now more than 10 years old, and Dodd-Fr
...according to Littler Mendelson partner Philip Gordon, GINA is actually a privacy statute....
A quiet year in the courts as the profession appears to accept that EDD is here to stay
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...opened in 2010, include Greenberg Traurig, McDermott Will & Emery and Littler Mendelson. The Wells Fargo Center is in talks with other...
A relatively quiet year for electronic data discovery suggests that the bench and bar are getting more sophisticated and technology savvy
... For Defendants-Appellees: Margaret A. Clemens, Esq., Littler Mendelson, P.C., Rochester, NY. For Amicus Curiae...
After 14 years of litigation, several dozen Xerox retirees have taken a significant step forward in securing final benefits as a federal appellate decisio
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