Littlers business model rests on a simple premise: whatever other problems may confront companies, they all have employees. Therefore, at one time or another, they are all going to need help from a management side law firm. From its start in 1942, the firm has focused exclusively on labor and...
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...Commission, Dallas Defense Attorney: Ryan E. Griffitts, Littler Mendelson, Dallas Motor Vehicle Driver hit...
An attorney has sued the Dallas firm where she works, alleging that the firm's former "closed door" policy which prohibited males and females from being alone together, created a segregated workplace
...Jeremy W. Hawpe, John F. McCarthy Jr. and Russell R. Zimmerer, Littler Mendelson, Dallas Woman claiming gender discrimination gets $90,000...
...Alexis C. Knapp, associate in the Houston office of Littler Mendelson, has been certified in labor and employment law by the Texas...
In his Employment Issues column, Littler Mendelson partner Philip M. Berkowitz writes: Justice Antonin Scalia's recent comments during oral argument on the challenge to the Voting Rights Act have set
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...and counsel Fazila Issa in the labor and employment group from Littler Mendelson. Also, David Thompson, an energy and real estate partner...
Pittsburgh-based K&L Gates has opened an office in Houston with the addition of corporate partner Charles L. Strauss. It's the firm's fourth Texas office
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
Man didn't attack his ex-wife's husband, jury finds. Salesman claiming age discrimination awarded $352,000. Worker with kidney problems who was laid off gets $24,000. Mill workers claiming racial slu
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