Three new lawyers joined the firm during the month of March:
Monthly Archives: April 2019
Davis Malm is pleased to announce that five of its attorneys in the Labor & Employment and Real Estate practice areas were recognized in the 2019 Chambers USA guide of recommended law firms and lawyers. The firm’s Labor & Employment Group was also ranked for the ninth consecutive year (Band 4), demonstrating the department’s quality reputation in representing employers and employees in all facets of employment-related matters.
On April 12, 2019, in a federal case known as Hamilton v Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., a California jury awarded more than $6 million in meal break premiums to a class of Wal-Mart employees who worked at the company’s fulfillment center in Chino, California. The jury found that by requiring class members to complete a mandatory security check prior to leaving the facility, Wal-Mart discouraged them from leaving the premises for meal breaks, failing to comply with its obligation to provide class members with required meal breaks. The verdict – which Wal-Mart may well appeal – provides guidance to employers doing business in California.
Margaret O’Bryon is bringing 15 years of experience developing an expertise in workers’ compensation to McDonald Hopkins LLC, joining the firm as counsel in the Cleveland office.
Epstein Becker Green Recognized Among Leading Law Firms and Attorneys in 2019 Edition of Chambers USA
Epstein Becker Green (EBG) is pleased to announce that the firm has received high rankings in the following practice areas in the 2019 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business:
Royer Cooper Cohen Braunfeld LLC (RCCB), a law firm offering a distinctive combination of practical business acumen, legal expertise and entrepreneurial passion, has been selected as a 2019 Top Workplace by The Philadelphia Inquirer.
On December 13, 2018, new provisions in the Civil Code of Québec relating to insurance and divided co-ownership came into effect. Several new rules have been introduced.
Suppose that you want to register a trademark that identifies a source of goods or services for your business. What if the trademark is immoral or scandalous? Should you register your scandalous trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office? The answer may be YES!
Our colleague Stuart Gerson recently authored an article in the Washington Legal Foundation’s Legal Backgrounder that will be of particular interest to our readers focused on privacy and cybersecurity: “Federal Preemption: An Essential Component of an Effective National Data-Security and Privacy Regime.”