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- Trumping Obama's employment law legacy
Law360 | November 16, 2016
Providence labor and employment partner Stacie Collier and San Francisco labor and employment partner Jeff Tanenbaum and associate Traci Bernard-Marks contributed this article about anticipated changes in labor and employment law by President-elect Trump and Republicans in Congress.
- Trump spells trouble for Obama's employment legacy
Law360 | November 9, 2016
This article focuses on the labor and employment changes we could see in a Trump administration. San Francisco labor and employment partner Jeff Tanenbaum discusses the topic of equal pay.
- 7th Circ. Agrees With FTC That Size Doesn't Matter
Law360 | September 28, 2016
San Francisco commercial litigation partner John Foote authored this column about the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals’ recent reversal of a decision regarding discrimination with respect to retail package sizes.