On July 25, 2022, the U.S. Department of Justice entered into an $84.8 million settlement agreement with several poultry processing companies over allegations that the poultry processors conspired with one another to share wage and benefits information through third-party data aggregation firms.
Client Alert | August 1, 2022
Our lawyers discuss a proposed rule by the Employee Benefits Security Administration of the U.S. Department of Labor that would amend a longstanding regulation governing financial institutions acting as qualified professional asset managers.
Client Alert | July 26, 2022
On June 30, 2022, the California Supreme Court held that an employee who brings an employment class action against a staffing agency and executes a settlement agreement releasing the agency and its agents may bring a second class action against the staffing agency’s client premised on the same violations.
Client Alert | July 1, 2022
The Daily Journal named Los Angeles partners Jesse Cripps and Katherine Smith and Orange County partner Michele Maryott to its 2022 list of Top Labor & Employment Lawyers in California.
Firm News | June 29, 2022
Gibson Dunn earned 55 practice area rankings, including 17 top-tier rankings in the 2022 edition of The Legal 500 – United States.
Firm News | June 22, 2022
On June 15, 2022, the Supreme Court held that individual claims arising under California’s Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act can be compelled to arbitration.
Client Alert | June 15, 2022
Best Lawyers and Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in the United Kingdom 2023 have recognized 18 Gibson Dunn attorneys, and 15 Gibson Dunn attorneys have been recognized as leading lawyers in their respective practice areas.
Firm News | June 9, 2022
Munich partner Mark Zimmer is the co-author of “Wettbewerbsverbote in Aktienoptionsplänen ausländischer Konzernmütter” published in the June 2022 issue of the German publication Recht der Internationalen Wirtschaft, together with Maryam Neumann.
Article | June 6, 2022
On June 6, 2022, the Supreme Court held that a ramp agent supervisor whose work frequently requires her to move baggage and other cargo on and off airplanes is a transportation worker exempt from the Federal Arbitration Act’s provisions requiring enforcement of arbitration agreements.
Client Alert | June 6, 2022
The webcast provides analysis of the significant and high-profile cases before the Supreme Court this Term, including those affecting the business community.
Webcasts | January 13, 2022
At the 2022 Chambers USA Awards, Chambers and Partners named Gibson Dunn as the Labor and Employment Law Firm of the Year.
Firm News | May 26, 2022
Today, the Supreme Court held 9-0 that prejudice is not required to show that a party waived the right to arbitrate.
Client Alert | May 23, 2022
On May 12, 2022, more than six months after the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced its Initiative on Artificial Intelligence and Algorithmic Fairness, the agency issued its first guidance regarding employers’ use of Artificial Intelligence.
Client Alert | May 23, 2022
New York partner Harris Mufson and associate Lizzy Brilliant are the authors of "Complying With Electronic Monitoring Laws In NY And Beyond" published by Law360 on May 19, 2022.
Article | May 19, 2022
The addition of Commissioner Alvaro Bedoya establishes the first Democratic majority at the FTC since Commissioner Rohit Chopra left the agency. This alert addresses key issues that may see more activity in light of the new Democratic majority.
Client Alert | May 16, 2022
On April 28, 2022, the New York City Council amended the City’s pay transparency law, which was scheduled to go into effect on May 15. The amendments delay the effective date of the law until November 1, 2022. The amendments also make additional key changes that are noteworthy for employers.
Client Alert | May 2, 2022
Today, the Supreme Court held 6-3 that emotional-distress damages are not available in discrimination actions against recipients of federal financial assistance.
Client Alert | April 28, 2022
On November 8, 2021 New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed an amendment to the New York Civil Rights Law which requires employers provide notice to employees of electronic monitoring of telephone, email, and internet access and usage. The law is scheduled to go into effect on May 7, 2022.
Client Alert | April 26, 2022
In the past year, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) and Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division (“DOJ”) have put antitrust enforcement in the employment context at center stage.
Client Alert | April 18, 2022
Since President Biden took office in January 2021, employers’ compensation and nondiscrimination practices have been under increasing scrutiny by the federal government.
Client Alert | April 12, 2022
The Legal 500 EMEA 2022 has recommended Gibson Dunn in 22 categories in Belgium, France, Germany and UAE.
Firm News | April 12, 2022
On April 8, 2022, the Ninth Circuit released a significant en banc opinion in Olean Wholesale Grocery v. Bumble Bee Foods, — F.4th —, 2022 WL 1053459 (9th Cir. Apr. 8, 2022) (en banc), that addresses numerous key class certification issues, including the evidentiary burden for a plaintiff seeking class certification, the assessment of expert testimony at the class certification stage, and the interplay between Rule 23 and injury and Article III standing.
Client Alert | April 11, 2022
Munich partner Mark Zimmer and associate Katharina Heinrich are the authors of “Anreize ohne Aktien – Virtuelle Mitarbeiterbeteiligung” published in the April 2022 issue of the German publication Arbeit und Arbeitsrecht (AuA).
Article | April 6, 2022
On March 31, 2022, the Supreme Court held 8-1 that federal jurisdiction to confirm or vacate an arbitral award under Sections 9 and 10 of the Federal Arbitration Act must exist independent of the underlying controversy - that is, courts cannot “look through” to the underlying dispute to establish federal subject-matter jurisdiction.
Client Alert | March 31, 2022
New York partners Danielle Moss and Harris Mufson and Washington, D.C. associate Emily Lamm are the authors of "Medley Of State AI Laws Pose Employer Compliance Hurdles" published by Law360 Employment Authority on March 30, 2022.
Article | March 30, 2022
On March 16, 2022, New York State Governor Kathy Hochul signed two new bills into law that expand non-discrimination protections in the workplace. As a result, New York now prohibits employers from releasing employee personnel files in retaliation for such employee’s engagement in protected activity. Additionally, the state will be announcing a state-run sexual harassment hotline that will need to be referenced in anti-harassment policies and postings.
Client Alert | March 28, 2022
Munich partner Mark Zimmer and Frankfurt associate Linda Vögele are the authors of “Mehr Macht den Frauen - Das FüPoG II in Privatwirtschaft und öffentlichem Dienst” [PDF] published in the March 2022 issue of the German publication BWV (Bundesverwehrverwaltung), together with Adrian Sichma.
Article | March 24, 2022
This year’s Annual ERISA Litigation Update summarizes key legal opinions and developments to assist plan sponsors and administrators navigating the rapidly changing ERISA litigation landscape.
Client Alert | February 22, 2022
In what one Member of Congress described as “the most significant labor legislation of this century,” Congress just passed a bill that would allow employees to avoid enforcement of any pre-dispute agreements that require employees to arbitrate sexual assault or harassment claims, which President Biden seems prepared to sign into law.
Client Alert | February 11, 2022
The Daily Journal recognized three Gibson Dunn wins in its annual feature on the Top Verdicts in California for 2021.
Firm News | February 11, 2022
On January 27, 2022, the Supreme Court of California issued a decision that changes the burden for employers that are defending against current or former employees’ whistleblower retaliation claims.
Client Alert | January 28, 2022
On Monday, January 24, 2022, the Supreme Court held 8-0 that offering inexpensive investment options, together with other allegedly high-cost options, in a defined-contribution retirement plan does not itself categorically foreclose a claim for breach of ERISA’s duty of prudence.
Client Alert | January 24, 2022
Adding to the growing list of jurisdictions that have passed pay transparency laws, effective May 15, 2022, employers in New York City will be required to include salary ranges in job postings.
Client Alert | January 21, 2022
California SB 331, or the “Silenced No More Act,” introduces additional restrictions on settlement agreements, non-disparagement agreements and separation agreements executed with employees in California after January 1, 2022. Our lawyers discuss the potential impact of this new law.
Client Alert | January 19, 2022
Law360 named Gibson Dunn a Firm of the Year for 2021 in its January 17, 2022 article "The Firms That Dominated in 2021,” featuring nine firms that received the most Practice Group of the Year awards.
Firm News | January 19, 2022
On Thursday, January 13, 2022, by a 6–3 vote, the Supreme Court prevented the implementation of an OSHA rule that would have imposed a vaccine-or-testing regime on employers with 100 or more employees.
Client Alert | January 13, 2022
Once more, 2021 demonstrated that constant change should become your friend and ally. After a second year of global uncertainty caused by the formidable challenges of the COVID-pandemic, we all long for a return “back-to-normal.” However, chances are that 2022 will continue to present drastic and unpredictable challenges.
Client Alert | January 13, 2022
The shift to remote work since early 2020 has presented a number of challenges to those in the legal industry, both as outside and in-house counsel. This presentation will discuss issues posed by remote work that may affect an attorney’s ability to practice competently.
Webcasts | January 11, 2022
Effective January 1, 2023, New York City employers will be restricted from using artificial intelligence machine-learning products in hiring and promotion decisions. Gibson Dunn lawyers provide an overview of the new law and its implications for employers.
Client Alert | December 27, 2021
On December 15, 2021, New York City issued much-anticipated guidance on its COVID-19 vaccine mandate for private sector employers, which goes into effect on December 27, 2021. Gibson Dunn lawyers provide need-to-know information about the mandate for affected employers.
Client Alert | December 16, 2021
At its annual awards, The American Lawyer named Gibson Dunn the Labor & Employment Litigation Department of the Year, noting, “with novel labor and employment issues swirling, Gibson Dunn’s litigators set standards and settle the law,” and that a case “typical for Gibson Dunn’s labor and employment team” is “high-profile,” “cutting-edge,” and “a victory.”
Firm News | December 6, 2021
The Los Angeles Business Journal named Los Angeles partner Theane Evangelis the winner in the Labor & Employment category at its Leaders in Law Awards, which recognizes attorneys “for their exceptional legal skills and achievements across the full spectrum of responsibility, exemplary leadership, and contributions to the Los Angeles community at large.”
Firm News | November 19, 2021
Lawdragon 500 Leading U.S. Corporate Employment Lawyers for 2021, recognized fourteen Gibson Dunn partners featuring “the nation’s top advisors on workforce issues” who “specialize in defending corporations in everything from wage and overtime claims to trade secret disputes, while helping companies maintain global workforces throughout a pandemic.”
Firm News | November 15, 2021
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce that Danielle J. Moss has joined the firm as a partner in the New York office.
Press Releases | November 15, 2021
On November 4, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released its long-awaited emergency temporary standard (“ETS”) requiring most American workers to be vaccinated or undergo weekly COVID-19 testing.
Client Alert | November 5, 2021
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce that the firm has elected 27 new partners, effective January 1, 2022.
Press Releases | November 4, 2021
On October 28, 2021, New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed a new law dramatically expanding protections for whistleblowers in New York. Gibson Dunn lawyers examine the changes to existing whistleblower protections under New York Labor Law Section 740.
Client Alert | November 3, 2021
On 22 October, 2021, Executive Vice President Margrethe Vestager delivered a speech in which she stated for the first time that the European Commission is going to expand its cartel enforcement to labor markets, including no-poach and wage-setting agreements.
Client Alert | October 26, 2021
On October 25, 2021, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission expanded its guidance on religious exemptions to employer vaccine mandates under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The EEOC emphasizes that whether an employee is entitled to a religious accommodation is an individualized determination to be made in light of the “particular facts of each situation.”
Client Alert | October 26, 2021
In its 2021 D.C. Litigation Department of the Year contest, The National Law Journal named Gibson Dunn as the winner in the Labor & Employment category.
Firm News | October 21, 2021
The National Law Journal named Washington, D.C. partner Molly Senger among its 2021 D.C. Rising Stars, featuring 40 attorneys who have “proven their mettle where it counts, representing high-profile clients and securing high-dollar victories.” The winners were recognized at an awards event on October 20, 2021.
Firm News | October 21, 2021
In this webcast, Jessica Brown and Lauren Elliot provide the latest information and note trends relating to workplace vaccination policies as of October 2021.
Webcasts | October 20, 2021
Benchmark Litigation US recognized Gibson Dunn in eight national litigation practice areas in its 2022 edition and named 79 partners as Litigation Stars and Future Stars across the U.S.
Firm News | October 13, 2021
Expert Guides has named 17 Gibson Dunn partners to its 2021 Guide to the World’s Leading Women in Business Law, which recognizes top female legal practitioners advising on business law.
Firm News | October 7, 2021
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce that Harris M. Mufson has joined the firm’s New York office. Mufson joins from Proskauer Rose LLP and will continue his practice advising clients on complex employment matters and serve as Co-Chair of Gibson Dunn’s Whistleblower Team.
Press Releases | October 1, 2021
Benchmark Litigation named Washington, D.C. partners Joshua Lipshutz and Jason Schwartz to its inaugural list of the Top 20 Labor & Employment Litigators, which features lawyers who have been recognized by peers and clients alike for their exceptional reputations and achievements in labor and employment litigation.
Firm News | September 27, 2021
On September 24, 2021, the White House’s “Safer Federal Workforce Task Force” issued new guidance regarding vaccination requirements and other COVID-safety measures for federal contractor employees.
Client Alert | September 26, 2021
The California Court of Appeal last week issued the first published California appellate decision to expressly confirm that trial courts have the authority to strike an unmanageable Private Attorneys General Act claim.
Client Alert | September 15, 2021
On September 9, 2021, President Biden announced several initiatives regarding COVID-19 vaccine requirements for U.S. employers. This alert provides a brief overview of the content and timing of the principal initiatives, and previews certain objections likely to be raised in legal challenges that some governors and others have said they will file.
Client Alert | September 10, 2021
On September 9, the Supreme Court of California issued its ruling in Sandoval v. Qualcomm Inc. The decision is the latest in a line of cases reinforcing the strong presumption under California law that a person who hires an independent contractor delegates to the contractor all responsibility for the safety of contract workers.
Client Alert | September 10, 2021
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has released new guidance on the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, taking a much harder line on Colorado employers whose remote job postings exclude Colorado applicants.
Client Alert | August 3, 2021
Last week the Department of Labor published a notice of proposed rulemaking to increase the minimum wage for federal contractors to $15.00 per hour, starting on January 30, 2022.
Client Alert | July 29, 2021
On July 15, 2021, the California Supreme Court in Ferra v. Loews Hollywood Hotel, LLC adopted a new formula for calculating the one extra hour of premium pay that employees are owed if an employer fails to provide a compliant meal period or rest break.
Client Alert | July 16, 2021
On July 9, 2021, President Biden issued a sweeping Executive Order directing federal regulatory agencies to take a variety of steps that, if completed and upheld by the courts, would effect a sea change in the government’s regulation of businesses’ competitive practices.
Client Alert | July 9, 2021
In this update, Gibson Dunn's lawyers look at the key employment law considerations our clients face across the UK, France and Germany connected to a return to the workplace in the near future, including: (i) ensuring a “Covid-secure” workplace’ and whether to continue to offer flexible working arrangements in the future; (ii) whether to implement an employee Covid-19 vaccination policy (and if so, whether it should be compulsory or voluntary); and (iii) vaccination certification logistics and the facilitation of Covid-19 testing for employees.
Client Alert | July 8, 2021
The Daily Journal named Los Angeles partner Jesse Cripps to its 2021 list of Top Labor & Employment Lawyers in California. The list was published on June 30, 2021.
Firm News | June 30, 2021
On June 8, 2021, in Oakwood Laboratories LLC v. Thanoo, the Third Circuit “endeavored to clarify the requirements for pleading a trade secret misappropriation claim under the Defend Trade Secrets Act” (DTSA).
Client Alert | June 24, 2021
On June 14, 2021, a federal judge in Texas dismissed the lawsuit filed by employees and former employees against Houston Methodist Hospital challenging its policy requiring all employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The holding may provide some degree of reassurance to employers that have decided to require employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Client Alert | June 17, 2021
Los Angeles partner Lauren Blas and Washington, D.C. partner David Fotouhi were named among Law360’s Rising Stars for 2021 in their respective practice areas of Employment and Environmental law.
Firm News | June 3, 2021
Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom 2022 has recognized 10 Gibson Dunn attorneys as leading lawyers in their respective practice areas: Cyrus Benson – International Arbitration; Gregory Campbell – Private Equity Law; James Cox – Employment Law; Patrick Doris – International Arbitration; Penny Madden – International Arbitration; Mitri Najjar – Corporate Law; Philip Rocher – Litigation; Alan Samson – Financial Services, Real Estate Finance, and Real Estate Law; Jeffrey Sullivan – International Arbitration; and Steve Thierbach – Capital Markets Law.
Firm News | June 3, 2021
On Friday, May 28, 2021, the EEOC updated its technical assistance on vaccinations. Among other items, the Guidance states that employers may mandate vaccines under federal EEO laws, explains how to resolve requests for accommodations from employees who cannot be vaccinated for a protected reason under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 or the Americans with Disabilities Act, and clarifies that employers may request documentation of vaccination.
Client Alert | June 1, 2021
Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, as well as the accompanying Rules and guidance, took effect on January 1, 2021. On May 27, 2021, after previously ordering supplemental briefs on the posting requirements’ burdens on interstate commerce, Judge William J. Martinez denied a request for a preliminary injunction to suspend enforcement of the posting provisions at issue.
Client Alert | June 1, 2021
On March 31st, 2021, New York became the 16th state to legalize marijuana for recreational use with the enactment of Senate Bill S854A. Under the new law, it is legal for individuals 21 and older to possess and purchase up to three ounces of marijuana.
Client Alert | April 7, 2021
Benchmark Litigation recognized Gibson Dunn at its 2021 Benchmark US awards ceremony with six awards. Gibson Dunn was named East Coast Appellate Firm of the Year, California Antitrust Firm of the Year and California Labor & Employment Firm of the Year.
Firm News | April 5, 2021
Denver partner Jessica Brown and New York partner Lauren Elliot are the authors of "An Employer Playbook for the COVID 'Vaccine Wars': Strategies and Considerations for Workplace Vaccination Policies," [PDF] published by The Practical Lawyer in February 2021.
Publications | March 9, 2021
The California Supreme Court’s February 25, 2021 opinion in Donohue v. AMN Services, LLC is the most significant decision construing an employer’s duty to provide and record meal periods in nearly a decade. California employers may wish to assess their meal period policies and practices, including relating to the recordation of meal periods, in light of the Court’s guidance in Donohue.
Client Alert | March 1, 2021
Plaintiffs alleging claims of employment discrimination often prefer to file suit in New York City if they can plead a violation of the New York City Human Rights Law, which was enacted with the “desire that [it] meld the broadest vision of social justice with the strongest law enforcement deterrent.” Its application was nevertheless recently narrowed by the New York Court of Appeals in Doe v. Bloomberg L.P.
Client Alert | March 1, 2021
London partners Susy Bullock, Matthew Nunan, Michelle Kirschner and James Cox are the authors of "Big data, ethics and financial services: risks, controls and opportunities," published by the Buttersworth Journal of International Banking and Financial Law in February 2021.
Article | February 26, 2021
In this February 2020 webcast, a panel of Gibson Dunn lawyers presents the latest information and trends relating to workplace vaccination policies and programs.
Webcasts | February 10, 2021
With the emergence of COVID-19, 2020 was a year of significant and unprecedented change in daily life and the economy. In particular, 2020 was a busy year for Employee Retirement Income Security Act (“ERISA”) lawsuits—across industries—implicating employers’ retirement and healthcare plans.
Client Alert | February 11, 2021
Euromoney Legal Media Group named New York partner Brian Ascher and Washington D.C. partner Molly Senger among its 2020 Rising Stars Americas in their respective practice areas.
Firm News | February 2, 2021
Washingtonian magazine named five Washington, D.C. partners to its 2020 Top Lawyers, which features “Washington’s top legal talent,” in their respective practice areas:
Firm News | January 21, 2021
In this update, we look back at the key developments in UK employment law over the course of 2020 and look forward to anticipated developments in 2021.
Client Alert | January 20, 2021
At Gibson Dunn, we are proud and honored to be at your side to help solve your most complex legal questions and to continue our partnership with you in the coming year in Germany, in Europe and the world. We trust you will find this German Law Year-End Update insightful and instructive for the best possible start in 2021.
Client Alert | January 14, 2021
This past year saw the enactment of a variety of new employment laws in California, including new disclosure requirements for employers and changes to the independent contractor landscape. In addition, the COVID-19 pandemic has touched nearly every sector of society, in nearly every corner of the world, and employment law in California is certainly no exception. The pandemic has ushered in a new legal landscape marked by heightened requirements for employers stretching from 2020 into 2023.
Client Alert | January 12, 2021
This Client Alert offers a “Playbook” for employers to navigate the choppy waters of the coming COVID-19 vaccines. We set out key considerations, both for employers who want or ultimately may be required to pursue a mandatory vaccination program and for employers who wish to encourage voluntary compliance.
Client Alert | February 1, 2020
Eleven partners were recognized among the Lawdragon 500 Leading U.S.
Firm News | December 11, 2020
In this webcast, a panel of seasoned Gibson Dunn partners from our Paris, Munich and London offices discuss the ongoing impact of the current pandemic on employers in Europe.
Webcasts | December 1, 2020
Law360 named Gibson Dunn a Firm of the Year for 2020 in its November 30, 2020 article "The Firms That Dominated in 2020,” featuring eight firms that received the most Practice Group of the Year awards.
Firm News | December 2, 2020
Benchmark Litigation US recognized Gibson Dunn in eight national litigation practice areas in its 2021 edition and named 66 partners as Litigation Stars and Future Stars across the U.S.
Firm News | October 16, 2020
Law360 named eight Gibson Dunn partners among its 2020 MVPs. Law360 MVPs feature lawyers who have “distinguished themselves from their peers by securing hard-earned successes in high-stakes litigation, complex global matters and record-breaking deals.” The list was published on October 4, 2020.
Firm News | October 5, 2020
Gibson Dunn earned 13 practice area rankings in the 2021 edition of The Legal 500 UK. Four partners were named to Legal 500’s Hall of Fame, recognizing individuals who receive consistent feedback from their clients for continued excellence, and four other partners were named Leading Lawyers in their respective practices.
Firm News | October 5, 2020
On September 22, 2020, President Trump issued an Executive Order “On Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping," which prohibits government contractors from including certain so-called “divisive concepts” in employee workplace training.
Client Alert | October 1, 2020
Earlier in 2020, New York State enacted a comprehensive new law, N.Y. Labor Law § 196-B, requiring employers to provide sick leave to all employees. The law takes effect on September 30, 2020, and employees will begin accruing leave as of that date, but employees may not use any paid sick leave until January 1, 2021.
Client Alert | September 30, 2020
On September 24, 2020, the UK Government announced its “Winter Economy Plan” – a series of employment and business support and tax measures intended to support the UK economy as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact economic output.
Client Alert | September 24, 2020
Expert Guides has named 13 Gibson Dunn partners to its 2020 Guide to the World’s Leading Women in Business Law, which recognizes top female legal practitioners advising on business law.
Firm News | September 22, 2020
Best Lawyers® named 13 Gibson Dunn partners as the 2021 Lawyer of the Year in their respective practice areas and cities: Frederick Brown – San Francisco – Trademark Law Lawyer of the Year, Jessica Brown – Denver – Employment Law – Management Lawyer of the Year, Christopher Dillon – San Jose – Corporate Law Lawyer of the Year, Baruch Fellner – Washington, D.C. – Litigation – Labor and Employment Lawyer of the Year, Stewart McDowell – San Francisco – Banking and Finance Law Lawyer of the Year, Peter Modlin – San Francisco – Litigation – Environmental Lawyer of the Year, Kenneth Parker – Orange County – Litigation – Patent Lawyer of the Year, Doug Rayburn – Dallas – Securities/Capital Markets Law Lawyer of the Year, Douglas Smith – San Francisco –
Firm News | August 20, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has posed challenges for international students, and the universities and colleges they attend, as they prepare for the Fall 2020 school semester. Post-secondary education institutions responded to these challenges by considering the best interests, as well as the health and safety, of their students in shaping revised programming and remote learning opportunities. This Client Alert provides an overview of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) policy that instructed international students they could not remain in the country if their schools provided only online classes; litigation brought against that policy, which led to a rescission of the challenged policy; and subsequent developments, including a new policy that would permit international students who were enrolled as of March 9, 2020 to reenter the country and attend an online-only school while prohibiting international students who would be new to the school from doing the same.
Client Alert | August 3, 2020
The Daily Journal named Los Angeles partner Catherine Conway and Orange County partner Michele Maryott to its 2020 list of Top Labor & Employment Lawyers in California.
Firm News | July 15, 2020
Denver partner Jessica Brown and Palo Alto associate Collin James Vierra are the authors of "Are Your Slack Communications Primed For E-Discovery?" [PDF] published by Law360 on July 7, 2020.
Publications | July 8, 2020