Relying upon the guidance issued by the NRLB, including the recent Operations Management Memorandum, is not a guarantee of compliance with the law.
Ingrained, unconscious biases may cause us to perceive others based on stereotypes rather than on individual merit.
Interviewers should understand the traits that the law says they can’t consider in their hiring decisions, and then they should avoid asking specific questions that elicit information about those traits.
Law schools rarely include business development in their curriculum's, leaving the majority of young private practitioners with little to no experience wooing clients.
A strong employee handbook can preempt or diminish litigation by fostering an orderly and tolerant company culture.
In last year’s remarkable Supreme Court term, dominated by the health care and immigration reform cases, less controversial cases may have gotten lost in the fray.
Statistics can be a powerful tool in supporting, or defending, various litigation matters, including those involving claims of discrimination in employment.