Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce Ana C. Shields has been elevated to Long Island office managing principal (OMP), effective January 1, 2023. Ana succeeds Christopher M. Valentino, who is stepping down to focus on his clients and his additional leadership roles in the firm, where he serves as a member of the Board of Directors and as a regional coordinator. Jeffrey W. Brecher will assume the role of office litigation manager (OLM).
Archives for January 9, 2023
Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce Ellison F. McCoy has been elevated to office managing principal (OMP) in Greenville. Ellison succeeds Stephanie E. Satterfield, who is stepping down to focus on her additional leadership roles, including co-leading the firm’s Litigation group and serving as office managing principal in Charlotte. Chase Samples will assume the role of office litigation manager in Greenville.
Clifford Atlas comments on the implications of a new Federal Trade Commission (FTC) proposal requiring employers to rescind all non-compete clauses within employment contracts in “’FTC Is Swinging for the Fences’: Sweeping Nature of Proposed Noncompete Ban Rattles Companies,” published by Law.com.
Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce Principal Michael D. Thomas has been featured in the Los Angeles Times’ 2022 Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Accessibility magazine as a DEIA Visionary. The magazine highlights prominent thought leaders in the California business community who prioritize diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) policies within their respective sectors.
The National Labor Relations Board expanded its authority to include awarding consequential damages in unfair labor practice cases. Thryv, Inc., 372 NLRB No. 22 (Dec. 13, 2022).
For decades, to increase efficiency and to reduce costs, manufacturers adopted the just-in-time approach, carefully tying manufacturing and staffing capabilities to meet demands without creating surplus. Recent supply-chain disruptions, especially those caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, however, may have pushed manufacturers to rethink redundancy.
On January 5, 2023, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) (available here) that would ban employers from imposing noncompetes on their workers.
As 2022 came to a close, President Biden signed the 2023 omnibus government funding bill. Included in the bill—with bipartisan support—are two provisions that expand protections for pregnant and nursing employees.
When the Paycheck Protection Program launched during the pandemic shutdowns of spring 2020, it immediately became a chaotic free-for-all.
You can’t always be at peak performance. Recognizing when to pull back can help you succeed in the long run.
After an outcry over the art history class by Muslim students, Hamline University officials said the incident was Islamophobic. But many scholars say the work is a masterpiece.
When we look back in 50 years’ time, it is likely that the 2D internet we now all use will seem laughably archaic.