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FisherBroyles, LLP Partner, Amy Epstein Gluck, Quoted in Ignites Article

FisherBroyles, LLP Partner, Amy Epstein Gluck, Esq., has been quoted in Ignites article, “Separation Anxiety: Pitfalls of Signing Severance Agreements” by Jill Gregorie. In this article, Ignites discusses a recent agreement by BlackRock to a $340,000 settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission over provisions contained in separation agreements it presented to employees between October 2011 and March 2016 that required workers [...]

FisherBroyles Partners, T.J. DoVale and Amy Epstein Gluck, quoted in The Washington Post article, ‘Work Advice: Who owns the rights to your designs? It depends.’

Intellectual property attorney, T.J. DoVale, and employment attorney, Amy Epstein Gluck, were recently quoted in The Washington Post online magazine article, “Work Advice: Who owns the rights to your designs? It depends.” In this article, advice columnist Karla L. Miller of The Washington Post answers a reader’s question pertaining to in-house graphic design work and [...]

FisherBroyles Partner, Rich Cohen, Quoted in Corporate Counsel Article

Corporate Counsel has recently quoted FisherBroyles Partner, Rich Cohen, in their recent article, "Workers Are Venting Anonymously on Apps. What Can In-House Counsel Do?"  In this article, they discuss how employees are increasingly using an anonymous chat app called "Blind" to vent about their employers. Since there is nothing companies can do to limit their employees [...]

Dec 2016 Corporate Law Update — Free Speech Isn’t Always Free: Employer Regulation of Political Expression

FISHERBROYLES CORPORATE LAW UPDATE | December 2016 View as a PDF Free Speech Isn’t Always Free: Employer Regulation of Political Expression RECOUNT! LOCK HER UP! ABOLISH THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE! MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN! During politically charged times such as the present, employers often face complicated challenges in managing workplace dialogue.  In a recent study by CareerBuilder, as [...]

“Can Companies Fire Pro-Trump Supporters?” FisherBroyles Partner, Richard Cohen, Weighs-in on the Discussion in ‘Corporate Counsel’ Article

A small business in New Mexico recently made headlines by conveying it doesn't want employees who support President-elect Donald Trump. Can private businesses fire employees because of their political preferences? Employment lawyer and FisherBroyles Partner, Richard Cohen, weighs-in on the discussion in Corporate Counsel’s recent article which you can read in full here.

Federal Security Increases for Workers’ Compensation Compounded Medication Claims Paid Pursuant to Federal Employees’ Compensation Act Program

This past June, we issued a client alert regarding an uptick in the Department of Justice and Department of Defense’s coordinated efforts to conduct investigations into alleged violations of the False Claims Act (FCA) for claims submitted to TRICARE and further noted that the Department of Labor (DOL) had joined the enforcement actions for what [...]

Employment, Benefits, Executive Compensation, and Immigration Law Update

Employment, Benefits, Executive Compensation, and Immigration Law is a constantly changing landscape affected by, not only case law and statutes, but also administrative regulations, agency interpretations and decisions, and public policy. This Law Update is designed to give you up-to-date information, as well as keep you abreast of common legal issues, affecting your business. We [...]