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- Evening The Score: A New Wave Of Equal Pay Act Claims
Law360 | May 3, 2016
Partner and Labor & Employment practice group co-leader Stacie Collier and Labor & Employment associate Steven Nevolis authored this column discussing claims by the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team alleging that members of the Women’s Team are unlawfully compensated at a much lower rate than their male counterparts, members of the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team. The article looks at the case itself, the increasing attention that the gender pay gap is receiving and what it means for employers.
- GINA offers EEOC 'another arrow in the quiver' to protect employees against discrimination, attorney says
Pennsylvania Record | April 19, 2016
Labor & Employment partner Chris Gegwich provides commentary in this article on the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act.
- Defining the Sale-Leaseback: Is it Right for You?
The Ambulatory M&A Advisor | April 1, 2016
Long Island health care partner Rebecca Simone is quoted in this article that reviews the benefits, risks and process of a sale-leaseback in a health care transaction, and what it can hold for those participating in one.