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Labor & Employment

Avoiding the Hard and Soft Costs of Harassment Claims

Norris McLaughlin & Marcus’ Annmarie Simeone provides practical advice on limiting the risk of workplace claims.

CCBJ: How are companies handling compliance in terms of sexual harassment, and how should they be handling it?

Annmarie Simeone: I’ve been working with labor...

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#MeToo and the Workplace: What’s Changed – and What Needs to Change

Today’s headlines point to why it is critical to review and strengthen company harassment programs.

In the current climate of #MeToo and the Time’s Up movement, many employers are scrambling to answer a variety of questions relating to harassment in the workplace. Chief among these...

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Severance Agreements Can Ease the Trauma of Executive Departures

Parting ways with an employee, especially an executive employee, is never easy. But having the proper severance agreements in place can help the process go smoothly.

In a recent online event hosted by Corporate Counsel Business Journal, Charles Bruder, co-chair of the Executive Compensation and...

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