The tide may be turning away from remote work arrangements, such that companies are seeking enhanced control over the workday, including direct contact with and by employees. The change will be good for some companies but not necessarily for all, depending upon the nature of the business. » Read More
I was recently interviewed by Ladders, a media publication covering workforce issues, regarding yet another case involving social media and employment.
The article discusses how a former employee of a global recruiting and staffing company was forced to remove thousands of her LinkedIn contacts because the company claimed the relationships didn’t belong to her, but the company. » Read More
Our firm is a sponsor of RegentAtlantic’s Wall Street Women Forum to be held on April 26 in New York.
I will be attending and am looking forward to the event, which will “address career and personal issues in the face of the rapidly changing landscape of the industry.” For more information on the upcoming event, you may visit RegentAtlantic.com. » Read More
Confirming yet again that there is no right to privacy in the workplace, Kelsey Gee’s article “Why Bosses Are Tracking Employees” on page B5 in today’s The Wall Street Journal describes how companies are tracking employee interactions and office traffic, including communications via email and chat logs. » Read More
Charles A. Bruder and David T. Harmon, Members of the law firm Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A., and Co-Chairs of the firm’s Executive Compensation and Employee Benefits Group, will present the webinar “Utilizing Settlement and Severance Packages” in conjunction with Lorman Education Services on Tuesday, March 21, from 1-2:30pm. » Read More
I was recently interviewed by Fundfire, a financial services industry on-line publication, regarding J.P. Morgan obtaining a temporary restraining order as it pursues an arbitration case against seven advisors who left to launch an independent shop with LPL Financial. This is yet another case involving the protections of the industry’s agreement called the Protocol for Broker Recruiting. » Read More
The article,”Amazon Sues New Target Executive” caught my eye in today’s The Wall Street Journal. Amazon, the executive’s former employer, is concerned he will leak trade secrets to his new employer, Target. Watch my video blog below to learn more about the case and my thoughts on the matter. » Read More
With news of Morgan Stanley’s plans to make significant cuts in its debt and currencies ranks across all offices (Wall Street Journal, December 1, 2015, page C1), the importance of having your “employment disaster recovery bag” at the ready is highlighted. » Read More
I was recently interviewed by Fundfire, a financial services industry on-line publication, regarding a Morgan Stanley financial advisor team that was sued by their former employer, J.P. Morgan, after they jumped ship to Morgan Stanley earlier this year. J.P. Morgan has alleged breach of contract, misappropriation of trade secrets and unfair competition among others. » Read More
The Omnicom-Publicis deal blew up due to an apparent “culture clash” and an inability to work out the details towards integration. According to the Wall Street Journal (May 12, 2014, page B4), since “Omnicom pays better than [Publicis]” there was disappointment among Publicis staffers as many anticipated increased compensation coming their way. » Read More