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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... Adam Fiss, a partner in the San Jose office of Littler Mendelson, says that most employers have broad policies typically found in...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...Back in the 1990s, when labor and employment firm Littler Mendelson was setting up training programs for its clients, S.F. partner...
Originally Published: The Recorder
LegalTech New York is always inspiring, with the opportunity to see so many people, products, services, and seminars over three deliciously-overloaded days. It's like consuming a giant hot fudge sund
...to help litigators manage and execute e-discovery tasks. Littler Mendelson's Cecil Lynn III presents his third annual "E-Discovery...
If you are wondering why the annual Georgetown Law Advanced E-Discovery Institute draws attendees faster than a One Direction concert draws teenagers, there's a major reason: the opportunity to inter
After discussions with more than 50 private equity and other investment professionals, merger and strategic consultants, and senior law firm personnel, The American Lawyer developed a method for dete
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
...new module include Littler Mendelson, Moses...
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