Counsel Paul W. Mollica discusses The Rise of Arbitration Clauses in Job Applications and Employment Agreements
The Rise of Arbitration Clauses in Job Applications and Employment Agreements, featuring Paul W. Mollica of Outten and Golden LLP.
Court Rejects Arbitration Clauses in Employment Applications, with Outten & Golden partner Rachel Bien
Outten & Golden's Rachel Bien discusses the National Labor Relations Board ruling last week that employers could not prevent workers from filing work-related group or class actions, essentially banning employment agreements at many companies that require workers to pursue all claims individually through arbitration.
Krawcheck Leaves Bank of America; Wall Street Losing Women
Kathleen Peratis - Sallie Krawcheck's departure from a high-ranking job at Bank of America spotlights a trend on Wall Street: Women, in recent years, have lost their jobs more often than men.
Carol Bartz fired at Yahoo, May Have Violated Disparagement Clause
Kathleen Peratis - When Carol Bartz was fired earlier this week as CEO of Yahoo!, she was given a healthy severance package of $10 million and a non-disparagement clause.
New York City Employees Filing More Discrimination Cases, with Outten Golden Senior Counsel Lewis M. Steel
Outten Golden Senior Counsel Lewis M. Steel - The number of discrimination cases filed by city employees in New York has risen even as Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg has adopted a far less adversarial tone than his predecessor did in dealing with the city's vast work force.
Supreme Court Rejects Walmart Gender Bias Class Action, with Outten & Golden Attorney Adam Klein
Adam T. Klein - The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a massive class action on behalf of 1.5 million female Wal-Mart employees, saying there was no way a single court proceeding could determine whether they were all victims of sex discrimination.