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Season 2, Episode 6: Season 2 mailbag

To Live and Law in LA | November 28, 2019

Los Angeles attorneys Aaron Brian, Shannon Egan, Neal Gauger and Jade Turner-Bond take listener questions in this week’s episode of To Live and Law in LA. Among the topics: The future of the Supreme Court, and whether it’s better to own a dragon or be a dragon.

How Walmart decided to oust an icon of India's tech industry

Bloomberg | November 15, 2019

Long Island Labor & Employment associate David Tauster is quoted in this story on Walmart’s decision to remove the founder of the successful ecommerce startup Flipkart, which Walmart agreed to acquire this summer.

Scabby, Fat Cat find town signage ban lawful

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | March 14, 2019

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert wrote this contributed article analyzing a Seventh Circuit decision that allowed a Wisconsin town to invoke its signage ban to exterminate a giant inflatable balloon rat displayed by a local labor union.

Poorly pleaded discrimination case leaves court, defendants peeved

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | February 13, 2019

Chicago Complex Commercial Disputes associate Laura Bacon wrote this contributed article analyzing a recent Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruling, which affirmed a lower court’s decision to dismiss with prejudice an employment discrimination suit in which the plaintiffs repeatedly failed to amend flaws in their filings.

Brand battles

February 05, 2019

Growing up as a Title IX kid | February 01, 2019

Chicago Complex Commercial Disputes associate Laura Bacon authored this column about women and leadership in the legal industry. She recaps her experience at an ALAS conference focused on advancing women in law firm leadership and how discussions about implicit bias and inclusion—inside and outside the law firm—are helping create concrete solutions for the future.

Worker fired for concealed weapon wins appeal

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | January 16, 2019

Chicago labor and employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column about a labor dispute related to Ameren Illinois Co.’s decision to fire an employee for violating the company’s workplace violence policy when a firearm was found in the employee’s vehicle.

Planning agency can challenge foreclosure

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | December 27, 2018

Boston Affordable Housing & Real Estate partner Jeff Sacks is quoted in this article on the ability of municipal planning agencies to respond to possible foreclosure of affordable housing properties.

Jewish heirs' worldwide fight to reclaim Nazi-stolen art plays out in Manhattan courts

New York Law Journal | December 26, 2018

Los Angeles Complex Commercial Disputes partner Thad Stauber is mentioned in this article for his representation of art dealer Richard Nagy in a closely watched appeals court case to decide the rightful owner of a collection of artwork.

Bond Buyer’s Top 10 of 2018

The Bond Buyer | December 21, 2018

The Bond Buyer’s story on the arrival of New York City Project Finance and Public Finance partner Roddy Devlin at Nixon Peabody was the third most-read article of 2018.

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