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- Nixon Peabody Adds Ex-Winston & Strawn Deals Pro
Law360 | March 30, 2016
The following coverage notes San Francisco M&A and corporate transactions partner Jin Huang’s arrival to the firm.
- Yelp's Tweet About Fired Employee Could Spell Legal Trouble
Inc. | March 2, 2016
San Francisco Labor & Employment partner Bob Dolinko provides third-party commentary on a tweet by Yelp in response to a former employee’s public post over her firing.
- Fairy Tale Endings for Office Romances are Far-Fetched
Law360 | February 10, 2016
Labor & Employment attorneys Kim Harding and Bob Dolinko authored this column discussing how employers should handle office romances.