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Samia Kirmani Discusses Employer Liability for Employee’s Off-Duty Conduct

Samia Kirmani discusses how employers can respond to workers' controversial off-duty conduct in "Can You Fire Someone for Attending a Rally of Racists?" published by Bloomberg BNA.

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Richard Greenberg Comments on Implications of New Sexual Harassment Standards Aimed at NYC Businesses

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Angela Quiles Nevarez Honored with HNBA's “Top Lawyers Under 40" Award

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PHILADELPHIA, PA (February 20, 2019) Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, is pleased to announce Philadelphia Of Counsel Angela Quiles Nevarez has been selected to receive the prestigious “Top Lawyers Under 40” Award presented by the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA). The Award honors... Read More