individual case news

Bloomberg—Jay-Anne B. Casuga

Federal courts have also been moving in the direction that transgender discrimination is a form of sex discrimination, said Lopez, now a partner at Outten & Golden in Washington and co-chair of the firm’s Discrimination & Retaliation Practice Group.

Law360—Cristina Violante

At the No. 1 firm in each of the four size groupings, women made up at least 49 percent of attorneys. At two of those top firms — Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy LLP and Outten & Golden LLP —women constituted more than 60 percent of the headcount.


Wayne N. Outten is founding and managing partner of Outten & Golden LLPin New York. His practice focuses exclusively on representing employees. He is co-chairman of the firm’s executives and professionals practice group. Outten’s practice focuses on representing senior employees and professionals in all aspects of employment, including negotiation of employment, compensation, severance, expatriate, and secondment agreements. His notable recoveries include $12 million in a discrimination/retaliation case, $18.9 million in a breach-of-contract case, and $72 million in a compensation case.

CNBC—Scott Cohn

Outten & Golden partner Tammy Marzigliano discusses what to do and not to do when thinking about filing a Whistleblower lawsuit.

Bloomberg—Josh Eidelson

Eighteen lawmakers are testing their luck at the Supreme Court, asking the justices to take up a case on whether military reservists’ unfair dismissal claims can be forced into arbitration by their civilian bosses. Kevin Ziober is represented by Outten & Golden LLP Counsel Peter Romer-Friedman.

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A bipartisan group of 18 U.S. Senators and Representatives filed an amici curiae brief with the U.S. Supreme Court asking it to hear the case of Lieutenant Kevin Ziober, a Navy Reservist who was fired by his civilian employer the day before his deployment to Afghanistan. Lt. Kevin Ziober is represented by Peter Romer-Friedman, Counsel with Outten & Golden LLP.

Bloomberg BNA—Jay-Anne B. Casuga and Kevin McGowan

The idea of merging the DOL’s contract compliance office with the EEOC, which could emerge as a Trump administration proposal, has raised concerns among federal contractor representatives and a number of former Labor Department officials. Outten & Golden partner David Lopez is quoted.