No Firing After Facebook Post, NLRB Tells Tour Bus Company
| May 8, 2013
San Francisco Labor & Employment associate Renée Jackson discusses the National Labor Relations Board’s focus on social media as illustrated by a recent ruling that a tour bus guide was unlawfully fired from his job after complaining about working conditions in a Facebook post.
Herbalife Raises Estimate of Legal Costs Amid Pyramid Allegations
Los Angeles Times
| May 4, 2013
Los Angeles Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Jason Gonzalez provides commentary regarding allegations that the nutritional products company Herbalife is participating in a pyramid scheme.
Q&A: Nixon Peabody's Jeffrey Lesk
The Blog of Legal Times
| April 30, 2013
This article profiles Washington, DC, office managing partner and Tax Credit Finance & Syndication practice group leader Jeff Lesk.
Boston Firm Recruits a Number of Prominent Politicians
Boston Business Journal
| March 29, 2013
This article focuses on Nixon Peabody's high-profile hires in Boston. CEO and managing partner Andrew Glincher, former U.S. senator and government relations counsel Scott Brown, and former House majority leader and Health Services counsel Jim Vallee, are quoted in this feature. The article also references the hires of former Commissioner of Revenue and Public Finance counsel Navjeet Bal and Middlesex County District Attorney and Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone.
Nixon Peabody Tries Incorporating Hourly Commitment to its Diversity Efforts
| March 25, 2013
This feature story highlights Nixon Peabody’s Diversity Challenge, a first-of-its-kind program focused on recruiting, training, development and mentoring, community service, and pro bono work. Washington, DC, partner and co-chair of the firm’s Diversity Action Committee Kendal Tyre is quoted throughout the article discussing the firm’s commitment to diversity. Washington, DC, associate Pierce Han is also included in the article discussing the firm’s efforts.