On September 9, 2015, then U.S. Deputy Attorney General Sally Quillian Yates issued a memo, “Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing,” that sent shivers down the spines of those in the workplace safety community.
Archives for November 17, 2022
(November 17, 2022) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, is pleased to announce that attorneys in its Colombia, Puerto Rico and Spain offices have been recognized in the 2023 edition of Best Lawyers®.
The individual attorneys that were recognized include the following:
DALLAS/FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (November 16, 2022) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, has appointed Jeremy Hawpe as office managing shareholder (OMS) of the firm’s Dallas and Fayetteville offices. Hawpe succeeds Shareholder Rob Friedman, who will continue to focus on his full-time practice and co-chair
Kimya Johnson comments on how employers can implement more effective DEI strategies by setting goals in what they hope to achieve by these policies in “Strategies for Making DE&I More Effective,” published by SHRM.
Dale Kuykendall is spotlighted for his recent elevation to Sacramento office litigation manager status in “Law360 Names Attys Who Moved Up The Firm Ranks In Q3,” published by Law360.
As a part of our Quarterly Practice Group Update, we are pleased to produce our fifth installment highlighting examples of our continued success in the area of fraud litigation. This publication began as a one-time update; however, due to the consistent success of our dedicated attorneys we are pleased to be able to continue to relay our successes.
Sarah Morton was featured in the Law360 article, “FordHarrison Expands to Houston with Ex-Morgan Lewis Atty. Welcome, Sarah! The article also features our recently opened Houston office. Houston joins Dallas as FordHarrison’s second office located in Texas.
Thousands of Wells Fargo employees are set to receive a settlement of $6.5 million in a class action suit against the bank. Simon vs. Wells Fargo Bank, a case in California federal court, was brought forth in 2019 by Caudley Simon, a former banker. Simon alleged that the bank violated
On November 10, 2022, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued proposed revisions to its Employer Information Report (EEO-1) Component 1 data collection to streamline the process for large employers with multiple establishments.
Naver, a South Korean internet firm, is trying to introduce robots into the world of cubicles and conference rooms without making employees uncomfortable.
Some workers allegedly accepted thousands of dollars in bribes
Hybrid work, layoffs and higher interest rates are leaving lots of office space vacant and hurting the commercial real estate business.
As layoffs spread across Silicon Valley, Google has stood out by not cutting employees so far.