Partner Matt Wakefield successfully defended one of the largest hospitality employers against numerous allegations of unfair labor practices, culminating in a precedential National Labor Relations Board decision, Interstate Management Co., LLC, 369 NLRB No. 84 (May 20, 2020). The case began at a Residence Inn in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In September 2017, the Residence…
Partner Katherine A. Hren will be speaking to the Los Angeles Paralegal Association on Thursday May 14, 2020 on the topic of “Return to Work Issues In Light of COVID-19”.
John B. Golper and John J. Manier represented an employer which won a major victory over the National Labor Relations Board in the United States Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C. In Windsor Redding Care Center, LLC v. NLRB, 944 F.3d 294 (D.C. Cir. 2019), the D.C. Circuit overturned the Board’s ruling that the Firm’s client, which operates a skilled nursing facility, wrongfully discharged one of its nurses in violation of federal labor law.
On October 18, 2019, Linda Miller Savitt and Philip L. Reznik obtained a defense verdict in Edward Jordan and De’Wana Hubbard v. City of Los Angeles, a retaliation case under the Fair Employment and Housing Act.
We always like to share good news. The Firm and several of its lawyers once again have been singled out as being tops in their field by Forbes magazine, Best Lawyers in America, the Super Lawyers publication and U.S. News & World Report.
By: Richard S. Rosenberg
From: Business Law Round Table
July 8, 2019
The SFV Business Journal tapped founding partner Richard S. Rosenberg to offer area business owners advice on the most pressing labor and employment law issues.
John Golper , Elsa Bañuelos, and John Manier successfully argued a motion for summary adjudication in San Bernardino Superior Court. The Firm’s client was sued by a former employee who was terminated for numerous violations of the company’s attendance policy. The plaintiff asserted claims for racial discrimination, wrongful termination, racial harassment, and failure to prevent…
John Golper, John Manier, James Demerjian, and Stephanie Kantor obtained a tremendous result in favor of one of the firm’s clients. They represented an employer in a wrongful termination lawsuit against a longtime employee who sued claiming that he was terminated due to a disability. Before the employee filed his lawsuit, but after he filed…
By: Richard S. Rosenberg
From: Ballard Rosenberg Golper & Savitt, LLP Newsletter
Mar 4, 2019
Employment law has become a dynamic concern for managers , as recent court cases and new laws impact their daily job chores.
The San Fernando Valley Business Journal tapped Partners Richard Rosenberg and Katherine Hren to provide commentary on recent labor law changes for California businesses. The article appeared in the March 4-17, 2019 issue of the Journal.