Forbes | November 21, 2019
Los Angeles Project Finance & Public Finance partner Rudy Salo, in his latest column for Forbes, breaks down the impact of California’s new “independent contractor” law, which makes ride-hailing workers, on-demand delivery drivers and others eligible for the same wages and benefits available to full-time employees.
Long Island Business News | November 21, 2019
This story highlights Nixon Peabody’s work on a deal to open a 135-unit supportive and affordable housing development for homeless veterans and low-income families in Brooklyn. Partner Aaron Yowell, partner-elect Dana Roper, and strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen, all of the Affordable Housing & Real Estate Group in New York City, were part of the deal team. Aaron is quoted in the article.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | November 21, 2019
Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert wrote this contributed column analyzing a 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling on a lawsuit brought by a mining company employee, alleging the employer failed to give proper advance notice of a “mass layoff.”
Forbes | November 19, 2019
Los Angeles Intellectual Property partner Erik Birkeneder also has a new Forbes column, focused on a new frontier in health care AI that has potential to advance diagnostic care but also presents thorny issues related to IP protection.
Law360 | October 29, 2019
This story highlights Nixon Peabody’s robust diversity and inclusion efforts, including the recent announcement that the firm has once again achieved Mansfield Certification Plus. This distinction, awarded by Diversity Lab, recognizes firms that meet certain criteria for the representation and advancement of diverse attorneys.
Rochester Business Journal | October 25, 2019
Jenny Holmes, Nixon Peabody associate, is quoted in this article about the trend of rising costs for cybersecurity protection.
Interior Design | September 26, 2019
Nixon Peabody’s New York City office, which prioritizes collaboration, is highlighted in this roundup of 10 significant design projects in the city.
Providence Business News | September 26, 2019
Providence Complex Commercial Disputes partner Steven Richard is quoted in this article about how more Rhode Island businesses are purchasing insurance to protect against the fallout from potential data breaches.
Boston Business Journal | September 10, 2019
This article covers the City of Boston’s decision to hire Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Brian Kelly to investigate unfolding bribery allegations involving the city’s Zoning Board of Appeals.
Reuters Legal | September 09, 2019
This roundup of key personnel moves in the legal industry features the addition of Washington, DC, Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner John Sandweg and his legal team. They are spearheading NP’s new Cross-Border Risks team.