On this edition of Gone Clio, Clio co-founder Jack Newton talks with special guest, Attorney Michael J. P. Schewe of Schewe Law LLC. Michael talks about his passion for employment-related issues, the pros and cons of starting your own law firm, and how Clio makes him confident when a malpractice issue comes up.
Bernie Jones, Associate Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School, discusses her new book, “Women Who Opt Out: The Debate over Working Mothers and Work-Family Balance.”
In this podcast, Professor David Yamada, founding director of the New Workplace Institute at Suffolk University Law School, discusses therapeutic jurisprudence, a movement that is bringing psychological insights to bear on the law and legal practice.
Professor Yamada, founder of the New Workplace Institute at Suffolk Law, discusses his plans for the Institute, the work he’s doing to address workplace bullying, and opportunities for Suffolk law students and alumni to become involved. Professor Yamada’s blog, Minding the Workplace, can be read at Newworkplace.wordpress.com.
The downturn in the economy has rattled law firms nationally and internationally, leaving many firms to pick up the pieces. On The Landy Law Letter, host John L. Torvi, from the Herbert H. Landy Insurance Agency of Needham, Massachusetts welcomes Attorney Charles H. Kaplan, a partner in Sedgwick LLP’s New York office, to take a look at the current issues law firms are facing when it comes to labor and employment. John and Charlie discuss the latest business trends in how law firms and attorneys are dealing with the realities of downsizing, employment practices and retirement and what a law firm can do to stay ahead of the game regarding employment practice problems, downsizing or staff cuts.
Nelson Schwartz from The New York Times recently wrote an article titled, Easing Out the Gray-Haired. Or Not. , spotlighting the fate of the Baby Boomer generation within law firms. Attorney and co-host Bob Ambrogi welcomes Attorney Valerie C. Samuels, a partner in the firm Posternak Blankstein & Lund LLP and co-chair of the Employment Law Group, and Attorney Roy Ginsburg, to take a look at this generation of baby boomers within law firms, retirement, their fate within the firm, options upon retirement and what this means for law firms: big, small and solo.
Professor Marc Greenbaum, who teaches Labor and Employment Law at Suffolk, continues his discussion of the NFL labor dispute in this podcast.
Professor Marc Greenbaum, who teaches labor and employment law at Suffolk University Law School, discusses the recent Supreme Court decision in Thompson v. North American Stainless in this podcast. Learn more about Professor Greenbaum.
On this edition of IP Counsel, host Attorney Peter Lando, partner at the firm of Lando & Anastasi, LLP, welcomes Attorney Valerie C. Samuels from the firm, Posternak Blankstein & Lund LLP, to discuss intellectual property issues and employment law. Peter and Valerie talk about the role of employment law in protecting intellectual property, common employer mistakes, and strategies businesses should consider implementing to safeguard their intellectual property and key employees.
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A lawsuit on behalf of 500,000 women employees against Walmart is under review by the Supreme Court to decide whether it can proceed as a class action. Guest host, Attorney Marsha Kazarosian welcomes Professor Marcia L. McCormick, from Saint Louis University School of Law and co-editor and contributor to the Workplace Prof Blog, to discuss the largest employment discrimination case in U.S. history. They take a look at the alleged gender discrimination at Walmart, the criteria for the Supreme Court to decide on this class action issue and the impact this case could have on employment law and discrimination within companies.