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.
Outten and Golden founding partner Wayne Outten discusses employee and civil rights
Wayne Outten discusses Outten & Golden's employment law practice — including individual practice and class action practice.
The Importance of Employment Agreements, with Outten & Golden Managing Partner Wayne Outten
Outten & Golden founding and managing partner Wayne Outten discusses different aspects of employment agreements. Many times the most important phase is the separation agreement itself.
AT&T Wins Supreme Court Arbitration Case, with Adam T. Klein of Outten & Golden LLP
Outten & Golden LLP partnerAdam T. Klein - For years AT&T and companies like it have buried fine print in service contracts that says the customer can't participate in class action lawsuits but instead must use binding arbitration.