In January, the White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced that the use of personal devices would be prohibited for all guests and staff in the West Wing. It didn’t take long before I started hearing the question, “Can an employer actually ban the use of cell phones at work?”
In light of the societal dialogue growing ever louder about sexual harassment in the workplace, employees and employers alike should consider how to take control of the situation if harassment happens to them or their workplace. Read the Entrepreneur article from our... read more
When asked what words best describe the firm’s attorneys, our leadership team quickly used the phrase, “Badass Gladiators.” This term is perhaps a bit stronger than those encouraged to take root in our public descriptions of our firm, including: tenacious, fearless,... read more
In the midst of the allegations against Harvey Weinstein and the way his behavior and contract was allegedly handled within his company, several questions and issues have arisen regarding how businesses and employees handle sexual harassment in the workplace.