By Maria Dinzeo | August 17, 2023
Southwest says ordering three of its senior in-house counsel to undergo religious liberty training will cause irreparable damage to the airline's and the lawyers' reputation.
By Greg Andrews | August 9, 2023
Texas federal Judge Brantley Starr ordered the airline to put three senior lawyers through at least eight hours of training from the conservative Alliance Defending Freedom by the end of the month.
By Trudy Knockless | February 3, 2023
"Taking action to impede former employees from communicating directly with the commission staff about a possible securities law violation is not only bad corporate governance. It is illegal," said Jason Burt, director of the SEC's Denver regional office.
By Jessica Mach | August 4, 2022
Employers unwilling to find creative accommodations for workers with long Covid and workers with other long-term disabilities risk "losing enormous resources and a brain drain of employees who have a lot to contribute," said Wendy Musell, who represents workers as a sole practitioner and is also of counsel at Oakland, California-based firm Levy Vinick Burrell Hyams.
By Jessica Mach | August 1, 2022
Attorneys recommend a range of strategies to limit the paper trail that authorities might seek to obtain.
By Jessica Mach | July 10, 2022
Reed Smith partner Emily Harbison said employers' publicly criticizing or celebrating the ruling "could lead some people to say, 'I'm being harassed or in a hostile work environment based on my religious beliefs.'"
By Greg Andrews | June 17, 2022
"It's the Wild West out there," said John Albright, HUB International's chief legal and compliance officer, with some companies willing to dangle $350,000 for a job he considers a $200,000 post.
By Jessica Mach | June 17, 2022
"If defense attorneys are not aware of those nuances, it can be a disservice to their clients. And if plaintiffs' attorneys have a misunderstanding, it can result in overreaching," said Lindsay Ryan, a principal at Polsinelli.
By Jessica Mach | May 31, 2022
"If it's an 8-to-5 job, what are they supposed to do if someone's at the door, or there's a delivery person, or a kid, or some other issue that they need to deal with?" said David Barron, a Cozen O'Connor member.
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