May 10, 2017
Join Gibson Dunn for a timely discussion of expected labor and employment developments in the Trump Administration, including:
Please join us for an informative presentation.
Eugene Scalia is a partner in the Washington, D.C. office and Co-Chair of the firm’s Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Group. He is a former Co-Chair of the Labor and Employment Practice Group, and he has served on the firm’s Executive Committee. He also is a member of the firm’s Appellate and Constitutional Law Practice Group.
Jason Schwartz is a partner in the Washington, D.C. office and Co-Chair of the firm’s Labor and Employment Practice Group. He is a member of the firm’s Executive Committee and its five-member Management Committee, and he also serves as the firm’s General Counsel.
Michele Maryott is a partner in the Orange County, CA office. She is a member of the firm’s Litigation Department and its Labor and Employment and Class Actions Practice Groups.
Karl Nelson is a partner in the Dallas office and a member of the firm’s Labor and Employment, Employee Benefits, Executive Compensation, and Class Action Litigation Practice Groups. He also is a founding member of the firm’s Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Consumer Protection Practice Group
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