Goldberg Segalla added Anthony C. Giletto to the firm’s Workers’ Compensation group in Philadelphia.
What Illinois Employers Need to Know about the Family Bereavement Leave Act
On January 1, 2023 the Family Bereavement Leave Act (FBLA) went into effect in Illinois. Considered an amendment to the Child Bereavement Leave Act (CBLA), the FBLA supersedes the CBLA and expands unpaid leave rights for employees across Illinois in two important ways.
Risk Transfer, Employer Liability and Grave Injuries: Who Is Going to Pay?
There are four basic causes of action involved in pursuing risk transfer.
Take Advantage of WAMO Wholesale Waiver Agreements
An agreement between the NYS Workers’ Compensation Board, the Waiver Agreement Management Office (WAMO), the Special Disability Fund, and the Carrier/SIE for a one-time payout in exchange for the Carrier waiving the right to any past, present or future reimbursement under WCL §§ 14(6) and 15(8), including reimbursements pending at the time of valuation, for all open claims.
Goldberg Segalla Ranked Among Largest Law Firms in Philadelphia
The Philadelphia Business Journal has ranked the Philadelphia office of Goldberg Segalla as one of the largest law firms in the city. Philadelphia is one of 22 Goldberg Segalla offices in major metro areas across the country, reaching from California to Connecticut. The firm has grown by expanding into markets where our clients need us most, establishing legal teams with the right experience in the right jurisdictions.
Goldberg Segalla Welcomes Marcos Zayas
Goldberg Segalla added Marcos Zayas to the firm’s Workers’ Compensation group in Manhattan.
Goldberg Segalla Welcomes Alan Bouchaheen
Goldberg Segalla added Alan Bouchaheen to the firm’s Workers’ Compensation group in Garden City.
Tech Company Wins its First-Ever Motion to Compel Arbitration in New Jersey
A strategic defense that focused on the skilled application of state and federal law surrounding electronic arbitration agreements secured a landmark ruling in a New Jersey court for an international technology company represented by Goldberg Segalla.
Three Goldberg Segalla Attorneys Listed in 2023 Illinois Super Lawyers
Three attorneys resident in Goldberg Segalla’s Chicago office have been recognized among the 2023 Illinois Super Lawyers and Super Lawyers “Rising Stars.” Thomson Reuters publishes the annual compendium of outstanding lawyers who meet stringent requirements for professional achievement and who have attained a high degree of peer recognition.
Phillip B. Jefferson Named a 2023 North Carolina Super Lawyers Rising Star
Goldberg Segalla is pleased to announce that Phillip B. Jefferson of the firm’s Raleigh office has been named a 2023 North Carolina Super Lawyers Rising Star. This is Phillip’s second year being recognized for the honor.
Goldberg Segalla Welcomes Daniel L. Maisel
Goldberg Segalla added Daniel L. Maisel to the firm’s Workers’ Compensation group in Newark.
Thamara Diogo Speaks with Law360 About Joining Goldberg Segalla
Thamara Diogo, one of Goldberg Segalla’s newest attorneys in the Workers’ Compensation practice group, spoke with Law360 about joining the firm.
Goldberg Segalla Welcomes Melissa D. Alcoba
Goldberg Segalla added Melissa D. Alcoba to the firm’s Workers’ Compensation group in Garden City.
[NY] Workers’ Compensation Board Enacts Changes to Attorneys’ Fee Requests
As of January 1, the Workers’ Compensation Board has implemented new changes to attorneys’ fee request.
New York Enacts Three New Employment Laws
On December 23, 2022, Gov. Hochul signed Bill A6328A/S6586. The bill amends New York Executive Law, Article 15 (i.e. the New York Human Rights Law), to prohibit discrimination based on an individual’s citizenship or immigration status. As often is the case, this law is similar to an already existing law in New York City.