Spectrum News | May 06, 2021
In this broadcast story on New York State’s new guidance on capacity seating for venues, Rochester Labor & Employment partner Kim Harding is quoted on whether businesses can ask their customers of their vaccination status.
The American Lawyer | May 04, 2021
Chicago Complex Commercial Disputes partner Mike Philippi is quoted in this article about alternative fee arrangements’ potential impact on associates, noting that the onus should rest with the intake partner to maintain efficiency.
Engineering News-Record | May 04, 2021
This article, covering a recent Ninth Circuit ruling that California Assembly Bill 5 applies to the trucking industry in California, quotes San Francisco Labor & Employment associate Hillary Baca on the challenges it could create for commercial trucking companies.
Food Business News | May 04, 2021
This article on gluten free labeling and its marketing landscape quotes Food, Beverage & Agribusiness co-leader and Chicago Intellectual Property partner Janet Garetto for her outlook on the FDA’s stricter rules and best practices for food manufacturers around recordkeeping and quality control for their products.
The Washington Post | May 04, 2021
This article on human smuggling and illegal immigration at the southern U.S. border quotes Washington, DC Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense investigative director Jerry Robinette on how increased human smuggling makes it more difficult for law enforcement to determine who is entering the country to work and who is coming to commit crime.
Forbes | May 03, 2021
In this article, Los Angeles Intellectual Property partner Seth Levy discusses the collaborative approach to a leadership change at the It Gets Better Project, where he is stepping down as president and chair of the board of directors to make way for Paul Dien. Seth, a founding member of the LGBTQ+ advocacy organization, will remain on the nonprofit’s board.
Los Angeles Times | May 02, 2021
Boston Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense partner Brian Kelly provides third-party commentary in this article covering indirect bribes in the U.S. Attorney’s corruption case targeting Los Angeles City Hall and former Deputy Mayor Raymond Chan, discussing challenges prosecutors could face in proving that such circuitous arrangements violated the law.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | April 30, 2021
Chicago office managing partner David Brown, of the Corporate group, and Director of Diversity & Inclusion Rekha Chiruvolu provide commentary in this article about NP’s diversity & inclusion initiatives and how the firm is working to combat racial injustice and systemic racism in our society.
Manchester Ink Link | April 30, 2021
This article on convicted violent armed robber Anthony Shea getting a new sentence for one of his charges quotes Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense practice group leader and Manchester partner Dave Vicinanzo, one of the original prosecutors on the case, on why Shea should never be released from prison.
The Daily Record | April 29, 2021
Rochester office managing partner Jared Lusk, of the Affordable Housing & Real Estate group, was selected for the region’s “Power 30 Law” list. Related to this accolade, the paper also published a Q&A article on Jared’s outlook as COVID restrictions ease.