EMPLOYMENT LAWSUITS AGAINST INDIVIDUALS

Plaintiffs in employment law cases frequently name individual employees as defendants. Sometimes, they sue co-workers. More frequently, they name supervisors or managers, and even high-level executives up to the CEO. Suing an individual is legally justified in some...

AVOIDING WAGE-AND-HOUR RISKS

When Shakespeare wrote in Henry IV, “Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown,” he could have been describing law firm managing partners. Client development and satisfaction, billable hours, expense control, office leases, hiring and retaining associates...
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