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Relationships are the foundation of our past, present and future success, and we welcome our alumni to stay in touch.

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We are proud of the diverse community of legal and business professionals who comprise our firm’s rich history. All of our former colleagues are a part of our extended family, and we encourage you to stay connected.

We hope this continued relationship is valuable to you both professionally and personally. We invite you to reconnect with former colleagues, expand your professional network, and explore what’s new at Jackson Lewis.

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August 1, 2016
Jackson Lewis

Best Wishes to Recent Jackson Lewis Retirees

August 1, 2016

The following Principals have retired from Jackson Lewis as of July 29, 2016. We are forever grateful for their dedication and contributions to the growth and success of the Firm. We wish them the very best as they begin the next chapter of their lives. Michael R. Cooper (New York City) Robert Heiferman (White Plains) Michael... Read More

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February 24, 2017
Bloomberg BNA

Philip Rosen Comments on National Right-to-Work Policy Efforts

February 24, 2017

Philip Rosen comments on Congressional efforts to get a national right-to-work measure signed into law in "Republicans’ National Right-to-Work Proposal Faces Hurdles," published by Bloomberg BNA. Subscription may be required to view article Read More

February 23, 2017
POLITICO

Michael Neifach Comments on President Donald Trump’s Immigration Policy Memos

February 23, 2017

Michael Neifach comments on President Donald Trump’s new immigration-enforcement memos in "Four hidden policy changes in Trump’s immigration memos," published by Politico. Subscription may be required to view article Read More

February 23, 2017
Law 360

Michelle Phillips Comments on the Trump Administration Rescinding Directives for Transgender Students

February 23, 2017

Michelle Phillips comments on the Trump administration rescinding a directive allowing transgender students to use the bathroom of their choice, and its impact on EEOC enforcement strategies of transgender rights in the workplace in "Trump's Trans Bathroom Access U-Turn May Not Slow EEOC," published by Law360. Read More

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