It has been quite a year in employment law! The exposure and explosive aftermath of the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal opened the floodgates for sexual harassment claims, which rippled across industries and workplaces with employers reevaluating their policies and committing to end such treatment. However, we see that confusion remains about what actually constitutes [...]
Amy Epstein Gluck, Employment and Litigation Partner, Weighs in on Sexual Harassment Risks to Employers in the wake of the Weinstein Scandal in Business InsuranceGreen Mellen
Amy Epstein Gluck, Employment and Litigation Partner, weighs in on sexual harassment risks to employers in the wake of the Weinstein scandal in Business Insurance.
Employment and Litigation Partner Amy Epstein Gluck quoted by Washington Post Magazine @workadvice columnist Karla Miller about the perils of employing an individual who promotes racist or anti-Semitic views at work or outside of the workplace To read full article, click here.
FisherBroyles Partner, Jose Jara, will speak at Strafford Live Webinar, June 6th, 2017: Employee Benefit Plans: Navigating DOL Investigations For more information click here - Strafford Live Webinar: Employee Benefit Plans: Navigating DOL Investigations
FisherBroyles Partner Amy Epstein Gluck Provides “Expert Advice” to “What’s Working in Human Resources”Brooke Martens
FisherBroyles Partner Amy Epstein Gluck provides “expert advice” to “What’s Working in Human Resources” about steps employers can take to prevent and handle harassment of employees from customers and other third parties. Read more here.
FisherBroyles, LLP Partner, Amy Epstein Gluck, Esq., has been quoted in Ignites article, “Separation Anxiety: Pitfalls of Signing Severance Agreements” by Jill Gregorie. In this article, Ignites discusses a recent agreement by BlackRock to a $340,000 settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission over provisions contained in separation agreements it presented to employees between October 2011 and March 2016 that required workers [...]
FisherBroyles Partners, T.J. DoVale and Amy Epstein Gluck, quoted in The Washington Post article, ‘Work Advice: Who owns the rights to your designs? It depends.’Erin Castillo
Intellectual property attorney, T.J. DoVale, and employment attorney, Amy Epstein Gluck, were recently quoted in The Washington Post online magazine article, “Work Advice: Who owns the rights to your designs? It depends.” In this article, advice columnist Karla L. Miller of The Washington Post answers a reader’s question pertaining to in-house graphic design work and [...]
FisherBroyles, LLP Partner, Richard B. Cohen, has recently been selected as one of Above the Law’s new labor and employment law weekly columnists. AbovetheLaw.com is the leading website and media brand in the U.S. focusing on news, commentary, advice, and entertainment for the legal industry and is written by lawyers, for lawyers. “Rich will make [...]