Important Tenth Circuit Sexual Harassment Opinion, with Outten & Golden Counsel Paul Mollica
Paul W. Mollica, an employment lawyer with Outten & Golden LLP in Chicago, Illinois, talks with the Employment Law Channel about the case Kramer vs. Wasatch County, involving sexual harassment against a sheriff's office.
NY Court Rules Fox Searchlight Pictures Interns To Get Paid
Outten & Golden LLP attorney, Sally Abrahamson, discusses ruling in Fox Searchlight Pictures unpaid interns case.
Growing Use of Criminal Background Checks in Employment Ossai Miazad Outten and Golden NY
Ossai Miazad, partner and co-chair of the Discrimination and Retaliation Practice Group of employment law firm Outten and Golden, New York, discusses the growing use of criminal background checks by employers in employment screenings.
Pay Issues with Professionals, featuring Outten & Golden Attorney Laurence Moy
There are several scenarios in which professionals can seek legal help regarding pay issues. At Outten and Golden, LLP in New York, an employment law firm, with which Laurence Moy is a partner, the most common problem they see is when an employee simply doesn’t get paid.
Disabled Employees and Flex Time, with Paul Mollica of Outten & Golden, New York, Chicago
Paul Mollica, employment attorney with Outten and Golden in New York, and Chicago, talks with the Employment Law Channel about a case in New York where a disabled case worker employee was no longer able to meet the standards of his employer's flex time.
Corporate Data Use, with Employment Attorney Paul W. Mollica of Outten and Golden Chicago
Corporate Data Use, with Employment Attorney Paul W. Mollica of Outten and Golden Chicago. An employee of a Connecticut-based company, when fearing termination, used her personal email address to transfer data using her desktop in Canada to locate data that was on the Connecticut-based servers and then emailed it to herself.