Jones Walker is pleased to announce that the firm was ranked as one of “Birmingham’s Largest Labor and Employment Law Practices” by Birmingham Business Journal on April 4, 2022. The 25 law practices on the list are ranked based on information obtained from firm representatives regarding the number of company-wide labor and employment attorneys and their areas of practice.
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Goldberg Segalla added Dana M. Gayeski to the firm’s Workers’ Compensation group in Princeton.
Six attorneys resident in Goldberg Segalla’s Philadelphia office have been listed in the 2022 Pennsylvania edition of Super Lawyers. The practices these attorneys represent – including Global Insurance Services, Management and Professional Liability, Workers’ Compensation, and Civil Litigation and Trial – highlight the breadth and depth of Goldberg Segalla’s key capabilities in the region.
(May 19, 2022) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, is pleased to announce that shareholder Scott Forman will become the firm’s first Chief Data Officer.
In honor and celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Littler attorneys William Ng (Long Island), Hinna Upal (Rochester) and Gregory Iskander (Walnut Creek) discuss how their journeys to leadership were built on promoting collaboration, finding community and creating opportunities for other diverse attorneys.
Cindy-Ann L. Thomas discusses Florida’s controversial Stop WOKE Act that restricts diversity, equity and inclusion trainings in the workplace and how it will affect employers with people or operations in Florida.
Raoul Parekh talks about an increase in planned redundancies in the UK, due to higher interest rates and borrowing costs, as well as hangover effects of the pandemic.
Philip Cameron discusses a West Yorkshire employment tribunal case in which a man was dismissed from his job after a profanity-laced exchange led to an employment tribunal ruling that being called ‘bald’ at work is harassment related to sex.
Employers in Spain are required by law to assess the health and safety of their employees, but as Javier Molina discusses, that’s challenging when employees are working remotely.
Michelle Barrett Falconer talks about recently passed leaves of absence laws in Maryland and Delaware, and advises employers to keep an eye on the states passing leave laws.
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LOS ANGELES (May 18, 2022) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, has added Stacey F. Blank as a shareholder in its Los Angeles office.
Blank helps clients navigate all stages of litigation from initial strategy building to mediation, arbitration, trials and appeals. She
Stephanie Adler-Paindiris comments on a new Florida law that will amend the state’s Civil Rights Act to forbid employers from teaching employees about various race, sex and ethnicity-based concepts during workplace training, potentially impacting diversity, equity and inclusion training efforts in “New Fla. Law Threatens To Upend Workplace Diversity Training,” published by Law360.
Nicky Jatana was spotlighted as a Top 100 Lawyers 2022 honoree by Los Angeles Business Journal in “Top 100 Lawyers 2022 – Nicky Jatana.”
Corinn Jackson discusses discrimination against black hairstyles and CROWN acts that prohibit hair discrimination and have been passed by some states.
Michelle Gomez and Joon Hwang talk about Littler’s SOAR program for new attorneys from diverse backgrounds.
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